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Robotic Process Automation enhances the effectiveness of the tax function

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Rapport_Tax_Function_of_the_Future_nr_8.jpgCompanies are constantly working to improve and enhance the effectiveness of their operations. In our most recent report, the focus is how Robotic Process Automation (RPA) can be used to automate activities which would otherwise be executed manually within the tax function.

PwC’s report, ”Robotic Process Automation (RPA) – What Tax needs to know” is the eighth report in PwC’s report series – Tax Function of the Future. This report serie investigates what the tax function of the future will look like and outlines the methods to be applied in changing today’s tax functions so that they comprise a strategic asset in the company’s future operations.

In this report, we see how RPA continues to develop new trends and incur a greater impact on the tax function and its processes. RPA can have a significant impact on the tax function through the possibility of reducing costs and placing the focus on executing activities creating value for the operations, and which can lead to the further development and skill enhancement of the personnel. The reports also describe the importance of the tax function’s understanding of how RPA can be used in the operations.

Read the report ”Robotic Process Automation (RPA) – What Tax needs to know”

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Kim Jokinen och Tove Palm

Kim Jokinen och Tove Palm

Kim Jokinen och Tove Palm arbetar med nationell och internationell företagsbeskattning på PwC:s kontor i Stockholm med särskilt fokus på strategifrågor.
Kim: 010-212 49 08, kim.jokinen@pwc.com
Tove: 010-212 97 83, tove.palm@pwc.com
Kim Jokinen and Tove Palm works with national and international corporate taxation at PwC’s office in Stockholm, specialising in Tax Transparency.
Kim: +46 10 212 49 08, kim.jokinen@pwc.com
Tove: +46 10 212 97 83, tove.palm@pwc.com

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