Maximizing Value in Multi-Country Sourcing

Many companies today have implemented or are migrating from local procurement to centralized or regional centers of excellence for the procurement and delivery of goods and services for affiliates located in multiple countries. These structures can be complex for any number of reasons such as logistics, unique country-specific operational and other requirements, but also because of local legal, regulatory and tax considerations, many of which have cross-border implications. As a result, companies have adopted various sourcing models. How can these models be simplified and optimized to take advantage of available technologies, minimize transactions costs, avoid non-recoverable indirect taxes and unnecessary direct tax exposure, and achieve other efficiencies while properly addressing performance, compliance, solvency and other risks? Are better models available? In this interactive session, our presenters will discusses these concerns and provide actionable advice and solutions. Be prepared to share your own challenges and strategies.

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