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September 22, 2010

Accenture launches Component Tax offerings

To increase agency performance by linking predictive analytics, user interface, and contact centre functionality

By CBR Staff Writer

Accenture has launched Component Tax offering that assist government organisations increase revenues through the implementation of new technologies more quickly.

The new Tax offerings is designed to increase agency performance by linking predictive analytics, a consistent user interface, and contact centre functionality within an overall integrated revenue offering architecture.

The company said that it has developed an array of technology-led initiatives on Oracle products to increase collections in a short time period.

Accenture revenue, customs, finance and administration industry practice global managing director David Regan said that the initiatives integrate traditional agency functionality with a strong risk-based approach for processing and service, based on Oracle technology.

"Drawing on Accenture’s high performance model for the revenue industry, the component-driven approach allows agencies to prioritise initiatives within a coherent overall architecture, and enables agencies to reuse their existing investments while building an integrated system for managing revenue," Regan said.

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