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The Compelling Case For Digital Tax Transformation (& How To Get Started)

Posted by Carl Hoemke on Feb 7, 2020 12:28:55 PM

If you haven’t yet read about it on our blog, you’ve surely heard it elsewhere: Enterprises around the world are heavily investing in digital transformation tools and services. And it’s pretty clear their efforts are paying off—research shows that companies committed to digitizing (converting information and processes to digital) are growing faster and have higher net profits after two to three years compared to those who didn’t make a similar investment. No wonder nearly eight in 10 companies in the U.S. are currently in the process of a digital transformation.

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Topics: Tax technology, Tax automation, Digital transformation

Tax Document Automation: How Your Business Can Do Property Taxes Faster

Posted by Brandon Van Volkenburgh on Dec 17, 2019 1:44:01 PM

Every corporate leader who invests in advanced technology is motivated in large part by the expected ROI it will produce. (There’s also a healthy fear surrounding what could happen as a result of doing nothing.) The same is true for the tax industry. Property tax professionals who have already started using the latest technology tools—including tax document automation software like CrowdReason—are seeing greater levels of productivity and higher-quality work product that makes their team more valuable for their organizations and clients. Why?

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Topics: Tax automation

The Past, Present, & Future Of Tax Automation

Posted by Carl Hoemke on Mar 21, 2019 8:00:00 AM

Cost reductions, efficiency gains, greater accuracy… these value propositions and more have long been drivers of change within organizations. From its earliest stages, automation has promised to deliver these benefits in spades. The idea of reducing human labor while at the same time transforming a business process for the better is why business leaders were attracted to automation from the start—and why many continue to view it as essential to organizational growth. 

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Topics: Tax automation