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Nov 14, 2023

The corporate tax world has seen a lot of change in recent years between budgetary and hiring crunches and regulatory shifts. There’s one area, however, in which many corporate tax departments still see a lot of room to grow: technology.

Fresh off the first edition of the Corporate Tax Technology Report, published by the Thomson Reuters Institute (TRI) and Tax Executives Institute, TRI’s Zach Warren dives into the report with Todd Lard, Tax Counsel at Tax Executives Institute, to explore why so many tax departments categorize their tech maturity as reactive, whether these departments have the personnel to carry out modern tech implementations, and how smaller departments with tiny tech budgets can do more with less.

The podcast also examines the artificial intelligence (AI) question: Where does generative AI actually fit into the day-to-day work of corporate tax professionals?