By: Tom Andrews, Vice President, Ryan Innovation Lab
Much of the current digital transformation focus is on its multiple impacts to a corporation’s commercial experience, without giving much attention to the significant changes coming as a result of the government’s overall digital transformation. Governments around the world know the key to reliable and fraud-proof tax revenue requires digital tax reforms. CIOs are uniquely positioned at the intersection of technology and business process—where governments squarely aim to drive digital tax law reforms. Tom Andrews provides insights into how CIOs can drive a more holistic digital transformation with small course corrections to their existing plans and significantly diminish the business disruption and risks inherit to digital tax reform.