Customers choose the winning entry at the 2016 Users’ Conference
Deerfield, Ill., November 17, 2016. The Grand Prize Winner and the five Finalists of the 2016 Tax Transformer Awards were recognized during a special ceremony at the recent Corptax Users’ Conference in Orlando, Florida. The premier corporate tax event of the year, the Users’ Conference hosts more than 1,000 tax professionals from the United States and beyond.
Corptax software is used by hundreds of multinational and domestic organizations, including more than half of the Fortune 500, to manage all facets of the tax lifecycle. The Tax Transformer Awards recognizes exceptional individuals and their teams who transform tax processes with help from Corptax technology to boost efficiency, decrease risk, reduce outsourcing costs and drive higher employee engagement.
Corptax clients compared six Finalist entries and voted for the most compelling tax transformation. USAA Tax Analyst Phillip Miller was selected as the 2016 Grand Prize Winner.
2016 Tax Transformer Grand Prize Winner:
- USAA, submitted by Phillip Miller
2016 Tax Transformer Finalists:
- First Data, submitted by Jo. Bruce
- H&R Block, submitted by Mary Coiner and Kati Hook
- Harley-Davidson, submitted Jackie Lynn DeLeon
- Hormel, submitted by Brian Wild
- Ingersoll Rand, submitted by Eric Jiang
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CSC Corptax transforms the business of tax through technology, business process expertise, and award-winning customer support. Clients achieve breakthrough tax performance using the first and only single system on the market offering unmatched automation to align processes and workflows, enhance transparency, improve accuracy, and lower risk across the corporate tax life cycle. For more than 45 years, Corptax products have supported the evolving tax needs of leading organizations in many industries. Today, Corptax solutions help almost 1,000 corporate clients in 100 countries, including 50% of the Fortune 500® and 60% of the Fortune 100®.
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