Regardless of size, today’s manufacturers are significantly challenged in the quest for Sales and Use Tax (SUT) compliance, as they continue to evolve their businesses, create new product offerings, explore new business channels and expand geographically. The risk of noncompliance is substantial, as manufacturers are outgrowing a patchwork of legacy technologies that negatively impact performance. This report by Aberdeen Group reveals the complex challenges manufacturers face today in indirect tax and provides a roadmap for sidestepping the increased difficulty to come in the future.
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