Complimentary Webinar
Indirect Tax Horizons
Hosted by Thomson Reuters

Join Thomson Reuters as we investigate the world of indirect tax and the advancements in technology that are shaping its future. In this session, we will explore Thomson Reuters' position in the indirect tax space and our strategic plans. Our speakers, Chris Reich, Vice President of Product Management, and Emre Caglar, Vice President of Technology, will discuss the importance of AI, technology foundations, customer support, compliance products, and their focus on delivering on the core, improving user experiences, and innovating. We will also provide insight into our e-invoicing efforts and partnership with Pagero, as well as touch upon AI initiatives. Don't miss this opportunity to gain valuable insights into the evolving landscape of indirect tax and the role of technology in driving efficiency and productivity. 

Chris Reich, Vice President Product Management, Indirect Tax, Thomson Reuters   

  • Chris leads the Indirect Tax team at Thomson Reuters In thisrole he works with clients, regimes, technologists, and partnersaround the globe creating solutions to real problems in theever-changing landscape of indirect tax and compliance.​
  • Chrishas been with Thomson Reuters since 2015. Chris hasover 25 years of experience successfully deliveringenterprise software applications.Prior to Thomson ReutersChris helda number ofProduct Management roles at IntuitInc.​ 
  • Chris has a BA from Lewis and Clark College and an MBAfrom the University of Oregon. 
Emre Caglar, Vice President Product Engineering, Thomson Reuters  

  • Responsible for leading the product development efforts for Indirect Tax Determination & Compliance products​ 
  • Leading AI initiatives for the product lines within Corporates Tax & Trade segment​ 
  • Living in Toronto, Ontario, and a part of Thomson Reuters for 5 years​ 
  • Masters of Computer Science from University of Ottawa & Bachelor of Computer Engineering fromKocUniversity in Turkey​ 
  • Hobbies include Woodworking &Crossfit 

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