Is sales tax automation on your priority to-do list? If not, it should be. Two experts in the area of sales tax automation offer their perspectives on why.
Judy Vorndran, lead state and local tax partner at TaxOps
Judy Vorndran has been specializing in sales and use tax compliance and consulting for over 20 years. She says sales tax automation is one of the most effective risk-reducers to companies operating in multiple jurisdictions.
In general, businesses that have automated “haven’t had large assessments, data is easy to pull, and the auditor is in and out in a very short period of
time,” she says in this video clip on automation, sponsored by Avalara. The
story can be quite different for those clients relying on manual processes for sales tax compliance.
Learn more about how automating makes audit defense easier and keeps you up-to-date on changing sales tax regulations.
Joni Johnson-Powe, CEO and founder at Taxnologi Solutions
Joni Johnson-Powe, CEO and founder at Taxnologi Solutions, specializes in sales tax automation, implementing automated tax solutions that deliver long-lasting savings and value to her clients.
The higher-quality processing that clients get from sales tax automation delivers some profitable and powerful results, including:
- Reducing audit risk with automated tax rates and taxability decisions
- Increasing accuracy and efficiency with transaction processing
- Improving your ability to effectively scale as you expand geographically, add products or services, and acquire customers
- Allowing you to reallocate resources to value-add tasks such as refunds and beneficial tax positions
- Making audit defense easier with accessible data and customized reporting capabilities
Let’s talk simplifying sales tax with automation
Judy Vorndran can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 720.227.0093.
Joni Johnson-Powe can be reached at email@example.com or 303. 955.5970.