CCH Enhances Global Integrator Tax Solution
CCH's newly enhanced Global Integrator 7.1 - the main software component of the CCH Integrator™ suite of award-winning, web-based software solutions and premier content - now delivers more features and greater functionality for streamlining tax reporting and compliance processes. The updated version makes it even easier for multinational corporations and those operating within their own borders to increase visibility, lower risk, and improve accuracy and efficiency. CCH, a Wolters Kluwer business is a leading global provider of tax, accounting and audit information, software, and services.
- Dashboard Reporting - Standard dashboard reports now enable quick and effective global, regional, country and entity level reporting on items such as effective tax rates (ETR), ETR drivers, computation status analysis and more;
- Bulk Computation Management - Users can now update several computations at once, making it easier to reconfigure calculations in bulk without opening each one;
- Bulk Operations - Improved error reporting improves the transparency and efficiency of bulk data operations;
- Currency Conversion - New system enhancements strengthen tax payable account conversions to ensure calculation accuracy throughout tax accounting schedules;
- Deferred Reporting - Improved deferred roll-forward reconciliation provides a complete reconciliation of the current period movements on deferred accounts;
- Effective Tax Rate Schedule - Layout improvements provide greater transparency around state and federal tax rates, including a new calculation that details US state or Canadian provincial tax expense/benefit; and
- User Interface - The interface has a new look and feel as well as improved performance, enabling users to access more with fewer clicks and easier navigation.
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