CCH Global Integrator enhances the efficiency, integrity and quality of company’s tax obligations
Sydney, 3 September 2013 - CCH, a Wolters Kluwer business and global leader in tax, accounting and audit information, software and services for professionals has today announced that a global Big 4 accounting firm pioneering new streamlined data collection processes for its clients has selected CCH’s Global Integrator solution for its firm professionals worldwide – helping them simplify data collection in serving clients’ compliance needs. CCH Global Integrator, a key component of the CCH IntegratorTM web-based suite of corporate income tax software and international tax research solutions, supports streamlined data collection and compliance for all forms of corporate compliance and reporting.
The award-winning CCH Global Integrator, leveraged by firms and corporations around the world, simplifies the collection and consolidation of data and also supports the subsequent calculation, preparation, review and filing of compliance outputs – all in one system. Significant solution benefits include improvement of controls to streamlining complex and repetitive tax, accounting and compliance activities to improve overall efficiency and effectiveness.
“Compliance teams can spend up to 40% of their time on data collection, consolidation and validation using inefficient, inflexible and non-standardised processes,” says Jim Edwards, CCH Global Integrator Solution Architect.
“CCH Global Integrator enables corporations and service firms to easily implement streamlined data collection and compliance processes – saving time by reducing the effort involved in lower-level data processing tasks and boosting efficiency by shifting the focus on tasks that add more value to the bottom line.”
About CCH Global Integrator
CCH’s Global Integrator is transformational in its approach to data collection, providing corporations of any size with a flexible framework to gather data from anywhere in the world for any corporate compliance and reporting process.
With CCH Global Integrator, users only need to enter or load data once because it uses the same set of numbers for local and head office reporting, compliance and forecasting. With all related documents available from a central, web-based location, anyone with an Internet connection can access it around the clock.
Core features include:
- Standardise and simplify data collection, reporting and compliance processes across all aspects of the corporation through user configurable questionnaires, data collection web-forms, data validations and reports
- Full financial data collection functionality to track and calculate finance attributes globally
- Streamline data reconciliations and data checks with user configurable data validations
- Group tax reporting and local tax reporting and local tax returns in the one, fully integrated tool
- Currency conversion and data consolidation
- Integrated workflow management, status tracking and electronic sign-off
- Comprehensive audit trail showing exactly who modified what and when along with drill-down from disclosures right through to the underlying source
- Integrates with general ledgers, fixed asset registers, local compliance systems, Microsoft Excel® and other tax applications available in English, Dutch, Spanish, Japanese, French, German, Portuguese, Swedish and Chinese.
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About CCH, a Wolters Kluwer business
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