Quantifying the benefits of ONESOURCE Indirect tax technology
On Demand Webinar
Hosted by Thomson Reuters

Corporate tax teams that want to invest in an automated indirect tax solution cannot simply declare to decision-makers that efficiencies, cost savings, and a host of other benefits will magically start boosting the bottom line once the software is activated. Rather, to make a persuasive case for investment in automation, tax teams must first explain where the promised efficiencies will come from, the potential ROI (Return on Investment), and the operational efficiencies resulting from the software.

Hear from featured guest speaker Nick Ferrif and our experts who will dive into the Forrester Total Economic ImpactTM (TEI) Study commissioned by Thomson Reuters, which examined the potential ROI that can be realized by deploying ONESOURCE Indirect Tax.

In this webinar, you will learn how ONESOURCE Indirect Tax helps ease the burdens on the corporate tax and IT departments and provides a 120% three-year risk-adjusted ROI by:

  • Increasing the accuracy of invoice tax determination calculations
  • Reducing the risk of errors, violations and overpayments or underpayments
  • Gaining efficiency for the compliance, indirect and IT teams
  • Improving uptime and reliability

Senay Redda
Vice President Business Development for Indirect Tax
Thomson Reuters
Senay Redda is a VP of Business Development for Indirect Tax at Thomson Reuters. Senay has been with Thomson Reuters for 13 years and held several leadership roles in product management and proposition.  He is a CFA Charterholder and prior to joining Thomson Reuters, was a consultant based in the Netherlands working across the Benelux region.
Nick Ferrif
Senior Consultant
Nick Ferrif is a senior consultant for Forrester’s Total Economic Impact (TEI™) practice. In this role, he produces TEI studies that help clients demonstrate the return on investment (ROI) and business benefits of technology investments. Nick has worked with a variety of clients and technologies, including software as a service (SaaS), platform as a service (PaaS), security/data privacy, and government.

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