Are Shared Services Prepped to Integrate Last-Mile R2R Processes?

Review and insight from SSON and Thomson Reuters report on tax and statutory accounting

This webinar will take place on:
December 10, 2020
02:00 PM - 03:00 PM GMT

As businesses across the globe strive to respond to the human and business implications of the current pandemic, many have realised the fact that the shared services model is not just reliable, but the right choice in unpredictable times where business resiliency is key, and where technology-enabled remote work strategies define the future.

As a result, there is a move within shared services to increase the geographic as well as process scope of current operations to deliver additional value to the enterprise. The pandemic has created a burning platform to push enterprises into adopting not just digitised front-end operations, but also digitised business support via the back end.

This webinar shares the results of a recent SSON survey of over 100 global shared services practitioners, and reveals the extent to which statutory reporting and tax provide a lucrative opportunity for standardisation, centralisation and automation.

The survey confirms statutory reporting as already significantly centralised in modern operations (56%), with more planning to move that way within the next five years.

Join this webinar with your Finance and Tax team peers as we explore:

1. How to manage statutory reporting and tax processes through a centralised model 

2. How technology can enable this transformation


Briony Kempton
Senior Proposition Manager – Statutory Reporting and Direct Tax
Thomson Reuters
Gunjan Tripathi
Senior Proposition Manager – Indirect Tax
Thomson Reuters


Barbara Hodge
Principal Analyst and Global Digital Content Editor
Shared Services and Outsourcing Network (SSON)

Barbara Hodge is Principal Analyst and Global Digital Content Editor at the Shared Services & Outsourcing Network (SSON), the largest and most respected forum for executives responsible for delivering optimized business services.

Barbara is responsible for SSON's global digital content – including specialist reports – which cements SSON's position as the most trusted resource for practitioners from around the world. As the voice of SSON, she ensures the content reflects current trends and opportunities to help SSO leaders continuously drive performance.

Prior to joining SSON, she was Editorial Director at Armstrong Information, a London-based specialist publishing firm, with responsibility for launch and editorial content management for a number of management journals, including corporate communication, change management and business process reengineering. She started her career with Deutsche Bank Capital Markets in London, back in the days when investment banking seemed the cool place to be. Email:

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