How tax can contribute to the S/4HANA business case: Join our webcast on 29 June - Tax and Legal blog

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Join our webcast on Monday, 29 June 2020, 11.00am (CET): S/4 HANA - How Tax can contribute to the business case.

We are moving to a real time data driven tax function. In order to meet tomorrow’s tax challenges, organisations need sustainable tax and business processes using the latest technologies.

The S/4 HANA journey could potentially unlock unexpected benefits if the tax function is integrated into the programme. It is time to reimagine the business processes with tax in mind and we will offering a series of webcasts to look at this - beginning with a business case for tax and S/4.


What should your organisation be looking at now?

During the webcast we will discuss:

  • Why a business case?
  • What are the elements? Including a look at objectives, process, solutions, benefits and investments
  • Business case outcomes and how should you act on them

Join experts from Deloitte and SAP to understand how the latest developments are applicable to your organisation.


Register now! 


Subscribe here to the EMEA Dbriefs Programme. 

If you would like to discuss more on this topic, please reach out to our key contacts below. 

Key contacts

Martin Krivinskas- Partner, International Tax

Martin is an international tax partner with 20 years experience working on international tax matters. He has worked extensively with global multinationals, with a particular focus on helping international group’s mitigate tax risk and manage their effective tax rates. Martin has significant experience of supporting clients with a wide range of transfer pricing and international tax matters and is part of Deloitte`s Global Value Chain Alignment leadership team. Martin`s clients are predominantly in the life sciences, industrial products and consumer products industries.

Martin is a Chartered Accountant and a member of the Chartered Institute of Taxation



Romy Mueller - Director, Indirect Tax

Romy Mueller is an Indirect Tax Director in the business tax practice of Deloitte Switzerland assisting clients with Swiss as well as International Indirect Tax matters, such as VAT, Customs & Excise Duties. In addition to that Romy has a focus on Tax Technology as well as Tax Management Consulting supporting clients with ERP implementations and automation of VAT compliance processes. Romy started her career in the Big4 environment 14 years ago and has extensive expertise in providing VAT advisory & compliance services to national and international clients. She is currently a member of our Swiss outbound team, serving Swiss based multinationals and European headquarters with a focus on business model transformation. Romy regularly teaches Master Classes for VAT and Direct Tax at Swiss Tax Law School (Kalaidos Fachhochschule). She is a German lawyer and holds a Post Academic Master’s degree in International VAT.




Coralie Dumoulin - Senior Manager, Indirect Tax

Coralie is an Indirect Tax Senior Manager within Deloitte in Switzerland with 10 years of experience in VAT, working notably, for a Swiss multinational company of the Manufacturing and Consumer Business sector, prior to joining Deloitte, and doing a 3-years secondment at Deloitte European Tax Center. Coralie has a wide experience in many Swiss and European VAT matters, including practical skills in dealing on a day-to-day basis with the systems.



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