Gartner Research

How To Manage Indirect Tax in Your Supply Chain

Published: 30 January 2006

ID: G00183368

Analyst(s): Guy Dunkerley


Most companies operating supply chains across multiple jurisdictions fail to comply with indirect tax regulations in 40% to 50% of transactions. If the indirect tax implications and opportunities are not part of your single-instance ERP consolidation, supply chain network reengineering, or both, then you are exposing your company to significant risk or big opportunities forgone.

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