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Digital Innovation and its Impact on India's Tax Departments


Today’s tax leaders must manage constant regulatory change and growing compliance demands, all while optimising costs and acting as a strategic partner to the business.

For good measure, the Covid-19 crisis has accelerated digital transformation. Leading enterprises have condensed a decade’s worth of digital transformation into one or two years. There’s more pressure than ever before to go digital. In response to the pandemic, over 90% of Indian enterprises are either implementing or planning an investment in technologies to navigate new business challenges.

In this e-book, we explore why tax should be a key focus area for digital innovation and how automation will enable India’s tax teams to ensure compliance and profitability—in 2021 and into the future. 

How will this e-book help you?

In our e-book, we explore: 

  • The driving forces behind tax digitisation globally
  • India’s tax transformation journey
  • The benefits of tax automation
  • Why digital agility is critical
  • How tax departments can harness these opportunities

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