Digital Transformation
of Tax Administration

02 – 06 September 2024
Sandton Centre Johannesburg South Africa

Digital Transformation of Tax Administration

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R17, 999.00 Per Delegate

Course overview:

Many tax administrations are digitising their interaction with enterprises, reshaping digital filing and reporting requirements and digitising their audit techniques. However, the challenges of disruption in the tax world are becoming more and more evident.

Advanced technologies continue to develop and contribute to the modernisation of taxation. The purpose of this course is to study the potential of digital technologies for the organisation of tax administration and its revolution. The incorporation of advanced technologies into these processes facilitates tax administration in real time.

Reviewing how latest technologies can be applied in this domain allow participants to identify a variety of aspects that influence the proficiency of tax administration practices. In this course, the tasks of analysing the effectiveness of the use of modern digital technologies in tax administration and identifying the key factors that influence its effectiveness were solved.

This course will empower you with insight into digital transformation initiatives in a tax administration context, allowing participants to learn about the innovative projects and tools that are already being used, including cutting-edge technological solutions such as data analytics models, electronic invoicing, online services, machine learning and VAT risk management.

Course Objectives:

Upon completing this Digital Transformation of Tax Administration course successfully, participants will be able to:

    • Evaluate the possibility of obtaining tax information electronically
    • Think about integration with other data sources internal or external to the tax agency
    • Learn how build a 360-degree view of the taxpayer
    • Consider integrating with advanced analytics for detection of anomalies to all data collected
    • Recognise the importance of case selection and case management
    • Using predictive analytics to identify defaulters based upon different data sources

Enable improvements in the processing time, and improve compliance and transparency

Targeted Audience:

This Digital Transformation of Tax Administration course would be suitable for:

    • Accountants
    • Tax advisers
    • General tax practitioners
    • Tax practitioners in advisory firms
    • Tax specialists in commercial and trade industries
    • Government officials
    • In-house tax directors/managers
    • Tax regulation bodies
    • Customs officer
    • Tax officer
    • Tax administration officer
    • Domestic Taxes Officer
    • Inspector of Taxes/Tax Inspector
    • Revenue officer

Course Outline:

MODULE 1: PRESSURE OUTSIDE-IN

    • Forum on Tax Administration
    • Digital Tax Authorities
    • Transform processes
    • E-filing, e-accounting, e-matching, e-auditing and e-assessments
    • Challenges faced
    • Lessons learnt
    • Data analytics solutions
    • Data control to support digital transformation

MODULE 2: EMBRACING TECHNOLOGY

    • Digital currency
    • Mobile networks
    • Cloud
    • Big data
    • Advanced analytics on enterprise data
    • Predictive analytics
    • Augmented reality

MODULE 3: ALTERING THE DIMENSIONS OF WORK

    • People and intelligent machines coworking
    • Diverse workforce
    • Significant contingent workforce
    • Networks of collaborative teams
    • Smart workspace
    • Agile
    • Innovation by everyone
    • Inclusive digital leadership
    • Emotional, creative, and digital intelligence
    • Purpose-driven
    • Technology drives people

MODULE 4: CHANGING ESTABLISHED PROCESSES

    • Continuous change
    • Enhanced processes
    • Centralised data management
    • Data-centric decision-making
    • Standardisation

MODULE 5: RETHINKING RESOURCING

    • Address intellectual property structures
    • Keep up with local legislative changes
    • Interact with local tax administrations
    • Reassign retained talent
    • Rework the business processes that stay in-house
    • Customise in-house technology to work with the outsourcer
    • Traditional tax functions vs. insource, outsource, or operating models

MODULE 6: ASSESSING ORGANISATIONAL MATURITY

    • Static phase
    • Reactive phase
    • Proactive phase
    • Progressive phase
    • Maturity assessment

MODULE 7: MAPPING THE WAY FORWARD

    • Defining a tax function vision
    • Understanding perspectives and expectations
    • Assessing effectiveness
    • Prioritising opportunities
    • Developing initiatives and mobilising
    • Confirming the function’s commitment
    • Securing buy-in and funding

MODULE 8: LET THE MODERNISING BEGIN

    • BEPS
    • Digitisation of tax administrations
    • Continuous improvement
    • Needs of the organisation
    • Keeping up with new technologies
    • Strategic sourcing
    • Disruption vs. opportunity

End of the workshop

IN HOUSE AND ONLINE TRAINING

While both In-House and Online training can present with cost-effectiveness and time-efficacy, there are some very specific differences between in-house courses and those based online.
The demand for additional courses by individuals or groups of people is increasing. Still, it depends entirely on the preferences of a person what type of training he or she wants to receive. Online courses and in-house training carry some similarities but they are considered to exhibit some very pivotal differences too. Despite that, both types of learning can be really beneficial for attendees.

For Registration and other Training arrangements,
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