On-demand webinar: Digital transformation and tax compliance

Why tax automation is so critical right now

Businesses small and large are pursuing digital transformation (DX) at a faster pace than ever before. Even before COVID-19 took the world by storm, business leaders across the globe were readying their companies for DX, and the trend has only accelerated since the pandemic’s onset. In fact, many believe DX is the key to recovery, allowing businesses to be more efficient, resource conscience, and responsive to customers’ needs.

Tax compliance is naturally well suited to benefit from DX through cloud agility, machine learning, and automation. This is especially true now that 43 states are enforcing economic nexus laws, requiring remote sellers to collect and remit sales tax in a state – even without physical presence. Learn more about why tax compliance should be part of your business’s DX efforts in our latest webinar, Digital transformation and tax compliance.

You'll learn:

  • How COVID has accelerated the need for digital transformation, even in tax compliance
  • The impact of economic nexus laws on tax obligations and how DX can reduce the burden on your teams
  • Key trends in tax legislation that will drive DX in the future
  • Tips for selecting the right tax automation software

Sign up and watch this webinar to learn about the importance of DX in tax compliance. Attendees are also eligible to earn 1 (one) hour of CPE credit.

Webinar details

When: On-demand

Duration: 60 minutes

Cost: Free

About the speakers:

Greg Chapman, Senior Vice President of Business Development, Avalara
Greg Chapman, Senior Vice President of Business Development, Avalara
As Senior Vice President of Business Development for Avalara, Greg Chapman leads Avalara's Business Development team in sourcing, managing, and implementing new strategic business partnerships. Prior to joining Avalara, Greg spent ten years with Amazon as the Director of Business Development, where he was responsible for developing relationships with large retailers, including Target, Marks, and the NBA, as well as launching Checkout by Amazon in the U.S. and Europe, and developing distribution channels in Europe for the Kindle. Prior to joining Amazon, Greg spent ten years with Onyx Software.