Posts Tagged ‘tax technology’

Sales Tax 101 – 3 Basic Facts About Sales Tax Compliance

Editor’s Note: This guest blog post comes courtesy of Gail Cole with Avalara. How often do you think about sales tax? Although not the most scintillating topic, sales tax should be a priority for any company that sells taxable goods or services. For starters, there’s a lot more to sales tax than rates. In addition, many businesses don’t […]

2018 Sales Tax Changes You Need to Know

Editor’s Note: This guest blog post comes courtesy of Gail Cole with Avalara.  Like many years, 2018 is shaping up to be a big year for sales tax changes. In addition to run-of-the-mill activities like expanding sales tax to new goods and services and exempting or reducing rates on others, states are pushing ahead with attempts to […]

Change Management: Getting Your Team to the Cloud

This week there’s a short, excellent article on the Forbes site about Boise State University and its transition to a cloud-based Enterprise Resource Planning solution. Even though one of the advantages of cloud is the relatively quick rollout time (compared to customized software), the school’s leaders knew that employees aren’t always eager to embrace a […]

Oracle and Salesforce.com Announce New Strategic Partnership

Today Oracle and Salesforce.com unveiled the forging of a new partnership that will align their cloud operations and provide customers flexible application integrations and rapid low-cost implementations. Both Companies Agree to Integrate Salesforce.com and Oracle Clouds From Oracle OPN Press Release, Redwood Shores, Calif. – June 25, 2013   Salesforce.com [NYSE:CRM] and Oracle [NASDAQ:ORCL] announced today a comprehensive […]

Perficient Showcasing Oracle EPM Technologies @ ODTUG KSCOPE13

Perficient Oracle EPM team is in NOLA for the annual ODTUG Kscope13 conference, June 23-27.  The conference is tailored to developers, technical architects and business users to gain insights on Oracle technologies and applications including business intelligence, Oracle EPM, Fusion Middleware and Application Express.  The conference format and activities provide a vehicle for extensive networking and sharing content around Oracle tools and […]

Keeping Up with EBTax

After a successful implementation of Oracle EBTax, a company still faces the challenge of maintaining the solution. Changes in tax rates and tax rules will require additional configuration and testing and could even require additional design depending on the tax rule changes. And many tax jurisdictions around the globe are raising tax rates and/or taxing […]

Elevate Your Oracle Knowledge with Perficient @ Collaborate13

Visit Perficient in Denver next week at COLLABORATE13, April 7-11.   You’ll be joining us and fellow E-Business Suite, Agile, Hyperion, Siebel, Primavera and other Oracle applications users for a fast-paced week of interactive education sessions, engaging networking opportunities, groundbreaking keynotes and of course one of the main attractions – the Exhibitor Showcase. Perficient team of experts will […]

11i to R12 Upgrade: Impact for Tax [Part IV-Considerations]

This is the final part of a series discussing impacts for tax processing when upgrading from 11i to R12. Part IV will identify some issues and considerations of the tax upgrade. Because of the new data structures, tax lines associated with migrated transactions need to include data values for the new data structures and are […]

11i to R12 Upgrade: Impact for Tax [Part III-Naming Logic]

This is the third part of a series discussing impacts for tax processing when upgrading from 11i to R12. Part III will identify naming characteristics and potential issues of migrated tax components. The migration programs incorporate a naming convention for 11i components to fit into the R12 structures. Regime naming is based on the Operating […]

11i to R12 Upgrade: Impact for Tax [Part II-Receivables]

This is the second part of a series discussing impacts for tax processing when upgrading from 11i to R12. Part II will address how Receivables tax components are migrated. Tax Codes and Tax Groups in 11i Receivables will be migrated in the same manner as those in 11i Payables. A Regime will be created for […]

Why are valid addresses so important to tax in R12?

In the throes of a big ERP implementation of Oracle R12 and evaluating business processes and key features, it is easy to overlook the importance of valid addresses for customer sites, supplier sites, and internal locations. Obviously, a valid address is important for physical logistics when identifying a location for delivery or shipment of goods […]

11i to R12 Upgrade: Impact for Tax [Part I-Procurement]

This is the first part of a series discussing the impacts for tax configurations and processing when upgrading from 11i to R12. Part I will address how Procurement tax components are migrated. Part II will address how Receivables tax components are migrated. Part III will identify migration challenges and issues. Tax data structures and technical […]

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