This episode is sponsored by Vertex.
Changes in sales, use, and value added taxes around the world reflect other key shifts in economies, both local and international. As B2B and B2C commerce accelerated into digital channels starting in 2020, businesses were forced to not only reconcile their finances differently, but contend with any manual processes that would hold up their ability to levy and pay taxes. At the same time, companies have expanded geographically or digitally, making their tax burdens more complex.
On this episode, Steve Johnston and Arun Raghavan of Vertex join us to discuss the state of tax automation and how it aligns with the ongoing shift to cloud ERP. As they explain, sales tax is not just about selling, it should be considered part of the broader customer engagement processes that touch sales, service, expense management, and more. And as regulations themselves evolve and modernize, the governments raise their expectations of businesses to comply, including the growing likelihood of the need in some places for real-time remittance and compliance.
For more information on how Vertex delivers sales, use, and value added tax technology for a wide range of Microsoft Dynamics platforms, visit https://www.vertexinc.com/partners/microsoft-dynamics-365 or contact them by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
This episode is sponsored by Formpipe.
In this podcast, leaders of the team at Formpipe join us to discuss the challenges of viewing and accessing documents across the Microsoft Dynamics applications - and beyond.
As organizations push for more automation, more data availability, and better customer experiences, the challenges of document management and visibility continue to grow. Businesses are asking tough questions of IT in a world where user roles blur, as do expectations for interacting with document data, from ERP and CRM interfaces to portals and beyond.
As our guests explain, the future of documents is a reflection of the future of business more broadly in terms of data control, user experience, and business outcomes.
This episode is sponsored by KwikTag by enChoice.
Many organizations understand the benefits of automated invoice approval but often they haven't taken the next step to automate payments processing. Our guests on this episode, Mary Miller and Tiffany Allen of KwikTag by enChoice, share their outlook on payment processing and how its role alongside AP automation has changed in the last couple years. Paper checks have always been a costly and inefficient payment method, especially at scale, but the pandemic made checks even more challenging to manage. We discuss key elements of automating payment processing like virtual cards and cash flow management. But Tiffany and Mary also explain some of the broader spend management opportunities that their customers are enjoying, like control of spend over time and optimizing contracts.
KwikTag, by enChoice, leads organizational digital transformation as the one system for invoice and payment automation. KwikTag helps organizations increase efficiency and gain visibility into their invoice workflows with complete AP automation and powerful integrations with the Microsoft Dynamics ERP systems. Visit kwiktag.com to learn how automation could benefit your business.
Learn more about KwikPayables Accelerate, the cloud-based AP and payment automation solution for Dynamics GP, watch this episode of Coffee with KwikTag: Complete the AP Cycle with Payment Processing. To read more about why AP and payment automation is so important post-pandemic, read the whitepaper: Why Automate AP and Payment Processes?
The Ignite Fall 2021 event has now wrapped. The virtual event was full of product updates that gave strong indications of Microsoft's plans for cloud, devices, application development, employee experiences, and collaboration. To wrap up our Ignite 2021 news coverage, veteran Microsoft MVP and new MSDW contributor Asif Rehmani joins us to break down some of the major announcements and how they could shape the future for businesses, workers, learning, and, in some cases, for society at large.
This episode is sponsored by Inogic.
Microsoft MVP and Inogic co-founder Roohi Shaikh joins the podcast to discuss geoanalytics, solution development, product management, and the needs of the Dynamics 365 CRM community.
Inogic's product lineup includes its flagship, Maplytics, but it also includes over a dozen other apps, many of which cover relatively simple use cases that add efficiency and boost productivity. But as she exlains, simple does not always mean easy. Apps that boost productivity can help everyone from the small to very large Dynamics customers. We also talk about how Azure services now play a part in R&D and what Microsoft customers think about using the public cloud.
About Inogic : Inogic has a suite of 15 Microsoft Preferred Productivity Apps on Microsoft AppSource. Be it App Integrations, streamlining Document Management in Dynamics 365 CRM/CE, improving productivity with its suite of 1 Click Apps or simply visual representation of data using Visualization Apps – Inogic has always been a hub of distinct and innovative solutions for Dynamics 365 CRM / Dataverse (Power Apps). Its flagship product Maplytics™ is a geo-analytical mapping app that provides seamless Maps and Dynamics 365 CRM integration with features like Territory Management, Radius Search, Appointment Planner and Routing within Dynamics 365 / Dataverse (Power Apps) across all devices. A preferred app on Microsoft AppSource, Maplytics helps businesses around the world plot, plan and analyze their CRM data on a rich and interactive map interface within Dynamics 365 CRM.