How IT and tax teams can improve their business’s e-commerce experience
As e-commerce activity skyrockets around the world, more companies are opting to sell their products online, opening a new channel to meet consumer demands. But ensuring a frictionless shopping experience is easier said than done. Behind the scenes, many corporate tax and IT teams are now considering new technologies to support this growing consumer purchasing behavior.
Enter edge computing, a hybrid deployment option that combines both cloud and on-premises benefits. Using edge computing, companies can get faster tax calculations while still reaping the benefits of a cloud-based tax engine that is always up-to-date with the latest rates and rules. Edge computing allows data to be processed closer to its source and sends only the relevant information back through the network, reducing latency. E-commerce is one of the best applications for edge computing, due to the recent acceleration in e-commerce and demand for high-performing tax services.
Download the full white paper to learn how corporate tax and IT teams can prepare for future e-commerce growth and evaluate their systems to ensure they are operating at peak performance.
- New e-commerce trends
- The role tax and technology play in customer shopping experiences
- Bandwidth and network latency concerns
- Benefits of edge computing for consumers, tax, and IT
- Best practices for corporate tax and IT teams to keep pace with digital-first consumer expectations