PwC Qatar, MoTC host webinar on tax function Jul 12, 2020 0 995 12345 Tribune News NetworkDohaPwC Qatar, in collaboration with the Ministry of Transport and Communications (MoTC), held a webinar on the “Digital Tax Function: An SME Perspective”, under MoTC’s Digital Transformation of Small & Medium Business Enterprises programme, supporting the development of Qatar’s knowledge-based economy by developing a sustainable and innovative ICT ecosystem. The webinar attracted executives from Qatar’s leading local and multinational companies and government organisations. Discussions focused on the impact of COVID-19 and some of the latest regulatory changes driving the trend towards investment in new technologies. During the webinar, PwC tax experts also shed light on the increasing focus on investing in technology and its use in improving the delivery of tax compliance through automation and transformation. Also, the importance of integrating technology into the overall business strategy, either through new technology or by leveraging existing technology.Sajid Khan, Tax leader at PwC Qatar, said: “Technology is at the forefront of transforming the tax function into an efficient business enabler and the modern tax function should have a defined technology strategy fully aligned with other areas of the business.”In line with PwC’s commitment to shaping and supporting their clients’ digital transformation agenda, PwC Middle East has recently appointed Jay Riche as Tax and Legal Services Digital Solutions leader, leading a team of 20 tax technology experts, and creating the largest dedicated tax technology solutions team in the Middle East.During the webinar, Jay emphasised how technology is playing a critical role in transforming the way we work. He said: “Technology is evolving at a breakneck speed and the current situation is driving investment in tax technology and automation as businesses look to manage risk.”Reem Al-Mansoori, Assistant Undersecretary of Digital Society Development at the Ministry of Transport and Communications said, “Our Digital Transformation of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (DTSME) programme is a key contribution to creating a knowledge-based economy for the benefit of current and future generations in Qatar.” Pages 1234 RELATED ARTICLES US unveils tariffs on France over tech tax but delays collection Jul 12, 2020 0 642 Facebook mulls prohibition on political advertisements Jul 12, 2020 0 871 Elon Musk, Ambani now richer than Buffett Jul 12, 2020 0 656 India asks court to foil potential challenge to Chinese app ban Agencies India’s government has petitioned a state court to stop any of the Chinese companies whose 59 apps it recently banned from obtaining an injunction to block the order, according to two sources and the legal ..