Intelligent automation: Impact on the tax function
Intelligent automation: Impact on the tax function

Intelligent automation: Impact on the tax function

Dec 14, 2017 14:00

Webcast overview:

It’s not about if we will get there, but how and when we will get there. Intelligent automation is here and it’s rapidly changing the landscape of the tax function. KPMG LLP (KPMG) is pleased to invite you to the first of a four-part webcast series on intelligent automation and its use in digitizing the tax function.

Hear from KPMG’s Co-chief Innovation Officers for Tax, Brad Brown and Steve Rainey, about the potential of intelligent automation and how it’s being used to support the tax department’s strategy to support the business objectives.

Topics will include:

  • The political, economic, technology, and social environmental factors that are converging to affect how tax functions are organized and managed
  • A framework to analyze the range of choices for organizing and managing the tax function given the myriad environmental factors
  • The intelligent automation spectrum and its impact on tax operations


Brad L. Brown

Brad L. Brown

CIO, National Tax Leader for Technology, KPMG (US)

+1 213-593-6761
Steven K. Rainey

Steven K. Rainey

Chief Innovation Officer and National Leader for Data and Analytics, Tax, KPMG (US)

+1 703-286-8290

Dig deeper into KPMG's tax innovation

Read Brad and Steve's article on intelligent automation, published in Tax Executive.

Visit KPMG's Tax Innovation Webpage to learn more about tax innovation.

Join the conversation on social media with #KPMGTaxReimagined.