KPMG And Vertex Align to Help Clients Address Global Indirect Tax Compliance

Alliance can help tax departments operate with greater speed, accuracy, and strategic impact

New York, NY

KPMG LLP, the U.S. audit, tax, and advisory firm, has announced an alliance with Vertex Inc., a leading provider of corporate tax software and services, to offer companies an approach to their management of global indirect tax compliance that can help reduce costs and tax audit risk.

“Today’s tax leaders operate in a rapidly changing environment, with increased oversight from global regulators, heightened reporting and compliance requirements,” said Brian Stromen, KPMG’s U.S. leader for State and Local Tax. “We’ve developed a solution with Vertex that can enable tax departments to operate with greater efficiency, speed, accuracy, and strategic impact as they manage their indirect tax exposures around the world.”

“Because tax is routinely among the largest items on a company’s financial statement, there is ever-increasing interest among tax leaders and their financial peers to elevate the business value for tax,” said Jack Ferraioli, executive vice president at Vertex. “Working with KPMG, we can help business leaders focus on activities that result in meaningful, measureable financial benefits to their global organizations.”

The alliance combines KPMG’s tax services and global indirect tax experience with Vertex tax technology to help companies more effectively address their indirect tax reporting and operations, including global tax compliance requirements.

In addition, KPMG and Vertex can help clients manage tax risk and exposure to audit adjustments, potential indirect tax fraud and revenue loss, and increase the effectiveness and quality of business systems that underpin the transactions that give rise to tax obligations.

By automating the determination of tax exposure, calculating tax payments, and streamlining reporting across multiple jurisdictions worldwide, Vertex tax technology solutions provide an overview of potential exposures and highlight opportunities for better tax management.

Stromen added, “By coupling tax technology solutions from Vertex that have a specific industry focus, such as the telecommunications industry, with KPMG’s complementary industry tax compliance insight and technical knowledge, the alliance provides the marketplace with a prominent solution that meets the evolving tax challenges of today and tomorrow.”

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About Vertex

Since 1978, Vertex, Inc., has been a leading provider of tax technology and services, enabling companies of all sizes to realize the full strategic potential of the tax function by automating and integrating tax processes, while leveraging advanced and predictive analytics of tax data. Vertex provides cloud-based and on-premise solutions that can be tailored to specific industries for every major line of tax, including income, sales and consumer use, value added and payroll. Headquartered in Pennsylvania, and with offices worldwide, Vertex is a privately held company that employs over 900 professionals and serves companies across the globe.

For more information about Vertex, explore Our Company or follow Vertex on Twitter @vertexinc.

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