In part three of a five-part series concentrating on the Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) model we analyse how international tax compliance processes can be improved for SaaS businesses.
Previous posts in this series: Part one: global challenges for the SaaS model Part two: CFO headaches as tax reforms targeting SaaS businesses affect strategy, globalization, and compliance It is astounding in this digital age that a majority of businesses still rely on manual processes for international VAT/GST calculation and compliance-related reporting.
In part two of a five-part series concentrating on the Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) model we look at the issues facing CFOs of a modern software delivery enterprise.
Part one: global challenges for the SaaS model In the last decade cloud computing has transformed how software is purchased, delivered, and consumed.
The year 2006 is loosely pinpointed as the date when cloud computing entered the lexicon of the masses. Since then business models have changed dramatically and SaaS companies have led the new wave.
In part one of a five-part series concentrating on the Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) model we look at the changing global indirect tax landscape and how it affects this growing economy.
‘Subscribe Now’ - two words that have become the clarion call of the online world! This simple call-to-action has come to underpin an entire business model: that of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS).
The SaaS model has transformed the software development industry connecting, as it does, users via cloud computing.