Managing statutory reporting across multiple jurisdictions is complex and as businesses grow globally, centralisation and standardisation become critical. Many organizations are looking to drive not just savings and efficiencies but also value-add in their statutory reporting process. However, in order to achieve this, there are some major challenges to overcome including a lack of country specific knowledge, local language requirements and tedious manual spreadsheets.
A technology-enabled strategy for creating multi-country statutory reports can help you transcend these challenges, achieve synergies and make your process future-proof.
Have you assessed whether your finance teams have the tools and support they need to complete statutory reporting obligations in an accurate and timely manner? Ramarathnam Varadadesikan
Director- Global Statutory Reporting, Caterpillar talks on how they enabled their finance teams with technology.
Key reasons to participate
- Network with your peers and the Thomson Reuters team to ask questions and share experiences
- Hear Caterpillar’s experience of enabling automation and centralisation of process at scale
- Gain help in identifying process improvement areas for your business
- Learn how to overcome the local language challenge
Takeaway from the roundtable