Thomson Reuters' ONESOURCE Indirect Tax in the cloud provides companies with new deployment model to achieve compliance with confidence

Tue Feb 26, 2013 9:30am EST

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Cloud version of software manages sales and use tax and VAT with same trusted platform that powers
over $1.7 trillion in transaction taxes for companies worldwide

New York, February 26, 2013 - Thomson Reuters introduces today ONESOURCE Indirect Tax in the
cloud, an end-to-end solution that manages the entire indirect tax lifecycle.

Available to companies of all sizes regardless of business operation complexity, ONESOURCE
Indirect Tax in the cloud leverages Thomson Reuters' proven and patented global on-premise
software that is trusted by many Global 2000 companies. ONESOURCE Indirect Tax in the cloud is
designed to lower the total cost of ownership and enable rapid scaling capabilities of cloud-based

"We developed ONESOURCE Indirect Tax in the cloud so that our customers can select the deployment
method that works best for their business," said Gary Allen, vice president of technology for the
Tax & Accounting business of Thomson Reuters. "Whether our clients select our cloud solution or
our on-premise one, they will be using the industry's only indirect tax solution with a patented
tax determination engine that is relied upon by leading companies in the U.S. and globally to
achieve compliance with confidence."

To ensure the utmost security, the solution is hosted at Thomson Reuters' state-of-the-art, highly
secure, certified hosting center and undergoes:   

*An annual SSAE 16 audit performed by an AICPA-accredited firm. 
*An annual application security assessment performed by a leading third-party security firm. 
*Weekly vulnerability infrastructure scans.   
*Static and dynamic code analysis that is incorporated into the software development lifecycle to
mitigate the risks of application layer vulnerabilities. 

ONESOURCE Indirect Tax in the cloud delivers a consolidated approach to achieving higher degrees
of indirect tax compliance, which results in greater accuracy and more control over tax policies
across the globe, and improves cash flow by reducing or eliminating penalties, interest and
overpayments. ONESOURCE Indirect Tax in the cloud is an end-to-end solution that manages the
entire indirect tax lifecycle, including:

*Tax determination and calculation. 
*Tax research and content. 
*Tax policy configuration and tax results analysis reporting. 
*Real-time integrations to business applications. 
*Compliance activities to meet returns filing, remittance and audit requirements. 
*Compliance solution to reduce the time and effort required to complete the monthly returns'
process. The sales and use tax compliance software gives preparers expanded access and
flexibility, ease of use, greater accuracy, improved efficiency and reduced risk.  
*Exemption certificate management. 


ONESOURCE Indirect Tax in the cloud is available now. For more information on ONESOURCE Indirect
Tax, visit: .


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