Your Sales Management System’s Missing Ingredient: Tax Technology

Something vitally important may be missing from your sales management systems and processes: integration with your sales and use tax platform.

  • May 11, 2020

Something vitally important may be missing from your sales management systems and processes: integration with your sales and use tax platform.

These two tech domains are natural partners, of course, but the connections between them can be patchy, to say the least. Without automated integrations, sales reps and tax pros have to do a lot of manual re-entry in and out of the systems to transfer data, which can be time-consuming and mistake-prone. Companies may have custom integrations in place, but these often strain to handle the constant day-to-day fluctuations in sales tax rules and rates, let alone something as disruptive as the 2018 South Dakota v. Wayfair decision and the cascade of changes that continue to follow in its wake.

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But with a reliable, accurate, automated connection to your sales and use tax platform, your sales management systems can do some amazing things. A Vertex e-book titled Taking the Pain out of Tax Calculation in Salesforce Applications examines those benefits. The Vertex for Salesforce CRM connector integrates our platform with the leading customer relationship management solution. Businesses deploying the connector can then add integration with Salesforce’s configure-price-quote (CPQ), billing, and e-commerce modules.

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Please remember that the Tax Matters provides information for educational purposes, not specific tax or legal advice. Always consult a qualified tax or legal advisor before taking any action based on this information. The views and opinions expressed in Tax Matters are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official policy, position, or opinion of Vertex Inc.

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