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Steve Sprague

SAP Central Finance delivers on the promise of pulling data from multiple sources into a single view for reporting and analysis. Channeling disparate data sources into a single source of truth can be massively valuable

The changes involved in the new process for cancelling electronic invoices in Mexico are not trivial. There are major ramifications for both accounts payable (AP) and accounts receivable (AR) operations. The new mandate, which fixes

In 2014, Italy announced mandatory eInvoicing for certain business-to-government transactions, and the country has since progressed towards a full eInvoicing requirement. Now, the biggest deadline in Italy’s tax modernization is quickly approaching. On Jan. 1,

Companies dealing with complex sales and use tax determination, VAT regulations and other tax challenges across the globe know that SAP alone is not equipped to support the varying requirements from country to country. As

When the Miscellaneous Resolution for 2015 entered into force requiring the report of the Electronic Accounting (“eContabilidad” or eAccounting), a great number of taxpayers that considered that their constitutional rights were violated filed Amparos against

What began as an e-invoicing mandate in Brazil just over 10 years ago has significantly transformed the way businesses operate – not just in Latin America, but across the globe. Governments are progressively turning to

Organizations will have until July 1, 2017 to go live. The much anticipated CFDI v.3.3 has finally been mandated by the Mexico SAT.  This is one of the biggest changes to the CFDI schema since

On October 14, tax authorities in the United States and Mexico agreed to a new transfer pricing framework that will ease compliance burdens for some U.S.-based manufacturers with operations in Mexico. Those designated as maquiladoras

Accounts payable is a vital function in compliance with Mexico’s eContabilidad accounting requirements. Once a vendor XML e-invoice is accepted by the accounts payable team, the government views it as accurate and complete, then uses

FDI, which stands for Comprobantes Fiscal Digital por Internet, is the electronic billing schema defined by the Mexican federal tax code. It has been mandated for companies doing business in Mexico since 2011. The goal