New York - For the second year in a row, Thomson Reuters ONESOURCEhas been recognized as Americas Tax Innovator of the Year by International Tax Review. The award was presented at International Tax Review’s eighth annual Americas Awards ceremony in New York on Thursday.
“ONESOURCE continues to innovate, evolve and keep pace with the corporate tax department’s need for a comprehensive technology platform that manages the global tax process,” said Ralph Cunningham, managing editor of International Tax Review. “Thousands of companies around the world use ONESOURCE to manage their tax workflows, collect and manage their data, conduct research and planning, file tax returns and meet transfer pricing requirements.”
"The global corporate tax landscape becomes more complex every day. As a result, tax professionals are facing rapid change, increased scrutiny and enormous risk,” said Brian Peccarelli, president of the Tax & Accounting business of Thomson Reuters. “It’s crucial for them to have technology they can rely on to ensure their companies are in compliance everywhere they do business. This award reaffirms that our ONESOURCE development team is delivering a product that merits their trust.”
International Tax Review is a leading news and analysis publication serving the international corporate tax community. The Americas Awards ceremony is one of two awards presentations that International Tax Review organizes annually.
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