Wolters Kluwer announced today that PwC Australia has joined its tax and accounting arm’s Certified Implementer Programme for its tax compliance and reporting software.
PwC Australia’s transfer pricing practice will work with its clients to implement the software, known as CCH Integrator, to assist them in meeting recently updated OECD and ATO tax requirements.
PwC Australia’s transfer pricing leader Nick Houseman said that a number of their clients already use the CCH Integrator, so forming an alliance with Wolters Kluwer is the next logical step.
“We have a number of clients that have chosen to implement CCH Integrator to help them meet their transfer pricing compliance obligations, particularly in light of the new OECD and ATO requirements,” Mr Houseman said.
“This relationship will enable us to serve our clients as we combine our transfer pricing expertise with an in-depth knowledge of CCH Integrator’s transfer pricing modules.”
Wolters Kluwer director of corporate reporting solutions Jim Edwards said that PwC Australia clients will benefit from the firm being a part of its Certified Implementer Programme.
“Corporations in Australia are continuously seeking to streamline tax compliance and reporting through technology automation and controls. This lets them free up the capacity of tax and finance professionals to focus on value-add activity,” Mr Edwards said.
“PwC Australia will work with its clients to assist them to best realise the benefits of CCH Integrator™ and deliver optimal outcomes over time as the organisation’s people, process and technology mature.”
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