Thomson Reuters ONESOURCE earns SAP certification

Thomson Reuters ONESOURCE Global Tax for SAP Ariba Solutions achieved SAP certification as integrated with SAP cloud solutions.

Using ONESOURCE, companies using SAP Ariba cloud services can calculate and comply with taxes associated with global procurement business transactions, with reporting in more than 180 countries.

When it launched in 2017, ONESOURCE Global Tax for SAP Ariba Solutions became the first provider verified by SAP to offer a tax calculation solution that could be connected to SAP Ariba solutions. The new worldwide certification verifies the solution’s integration with the SAP Ariba environment, with testing based on SAP-endorsed integration technologies and pre-tested stable interfaces.

“This certification builds on the extensive work between Thomson Reuters and SAP Ariba to deliver value by simplifying tax for our joint customers,” stated Joe Harpaz, managing director for the corporate segment of the Tax & Accounting business of Thomson Reuters.

"We’re proud of the collaboration we’ve enjoyed with the Thomson Reuters team since the launch of ONESOURCE Global Tax for SAP Ariba Solutions in April 2017,” stated Barry Padgett, president of SAP Ariba. “By earning this certification, Thomson Reuters continues to demonstrate its commitment to our customers’ success.”

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