How Are Top Multinationals Managing Business-to-Government Compliance? Best Practices From Latin America
As companies around the world look for ways to make shared services even more efficient, they should look toward Latin America, where government regulations are necessitating that companies set the bar for innovations.
Due to the business-to-government regulations in this region, shared service departments across Latin America are setting a new standard in automation, error reduction and efficiencies, making these departments a model for shared services centers worldwide.
With 10 governments across Latin America now mandating e-invoicing and financial reporting to gain visibility into corporations’ tax obligations* and optimize tax collection, the focus has shifted towards minimizing government audits and tax penalties.
This webinar will showcase how multinationals like Phillips, Sun Chemical, & Coca-Cola Andina are managing this changing landscape of government controlled and mandated electronic invoicing and reporting.
Register now to learn how business-to-government compliance is driving cost savings, employee productivity, AP optimization, and cash flow opportunities:
- how is Latin America leading the world in terms of automation and tax collection?
- how are leading multinationals using AP to optimize their tax obligations?
- how can a single platform support compliance through automation, and fiscal reporting obligations?
- how can you optimize cash flow to provide liquidity for suppliers?
- Philips – 80% reduction in IT costs and 25% increase in productivity
- Coca-Cola Andina – 70% reduction in time and lowered costs
- Sun Chemical – manage requirements regionally through one platform for B2G compliance in Brazil, Mexico, Chile, and Argentina
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