For most organisations, the business case for a new ERP is not only about a new IT system but about more efficient and scalable business processes. Many businesses use the opportunity an ERP project presents to streamline their operations and potentially even review their entire operating model.
The tax implications of this are often profound and sadly often over-looked until late in the project. An ERP project can cause you to change your business structure, your supply chain, your operating locations and your payroll arrangements – and each of these can have tax implications. Unless these are planned in advance, you may end up with a sub-optimal tax position.
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