ONESOURCE, our platform for corporate tax departments, is setting the standard as being the comprehensive solution for corporate tax customers, and is also garnering attention in the market and among the press for the innovative way the platform helps companies manage their tax processes more efficiently and effectively than ever before.
In recognition of this impact, Thomson Reuters was named “Americas Tax Innovator of the Year” for ONESOURCE by the London-based publication International Tax Review at the Americas Tax Awards ceremony in New York on 27 September.
When asked why Thomson Reuters ONESOURCE was singled out for the award, Ralph Cunningham, managing editor of International Tax Review, said, “it is down to the impact ONESOURCE has made as the comprehensive tool in the market to help tax executives control the global tax process. It clearly scores through its ability to gather data on one platform, helping users to analyse quickly and accurately the state of play in a company tax function”.
Thousands of companies around the world, including in Australia and New Zealand, use ONESOURCE to manage their tax workflows, conduct research and planning, collect and manage their data, file tax returns, meet transfer pricing requirements, and defend audits.
"The ONESOURCE platform is a model for how the Thomson Reuters intelligent information and workflow solutions can be brought together in new ways to meet the changing needs of our customers," said Brian Peccarelli, president, Tax & Accounting at Thomson Reuters.