United States

Emerging Developments in Tax Reporting and Financial Analysis – The impact of the latest technologies including D&A and digital labor

Thursday December 01, 2016 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EST
From Financial Reporting Network

KPMG Financial Reporting Network

Event Overview

This webcast, intended for non-IT professionals, is the fourth in a series of KPMG presentations that explore how powerful technologies such as advanced data and analytics (D&A) and digital labor are being adapted for use in auditing, tax, and corporate finance.

The focus of this webcast will be on the emerging developments in technologies that are changing the delivery of financial tax reporting and compliance and how enterprises are using data and analytics to organize and analyze data for their financial planning decisions.  In addition we will cover how companies are deploying digital labor to improve tax and financial reporting effectiveness. 

Discussion topics include:

  • Identifying, extracting, and organizing data to meet the unique needs for tax reporting and coordination within the company’s finance organization
  • Using analytics to identify tax risks and opportunities
  • Deploying digital labor to impact financial tax reporting and compliance
Additional resources:
Launch webcast Replay of Part Three: “The Impact of Cognitive Technology on Business and Financial Reporting” held on November 2, 2016
Launch webcast Replay of Part Two: “Data & Analytics: Transforming the Auditor and Client Interaction” held on October 11, 2016
Launch Webcast Replay of Part One: “How Data and Analytics is Transforming Corporate Finance and the CFO’s Agenda” held on September 8, 2016
Webcast available as CPE-eligible self-study
To access this webcast, visit KPMG Learning

Marc T. Macaulay

Cognitive Technology Audit Leader, KPMG LLP

Brad L. Brown

Chief Innovation Officer and National Leader for Technology, Tax, KPMG LLP

Steven K. Rainey

Chief Innovation Officer and National Leader for Data and Analytics, Tax, KPMG LLP