Is ‘Google’ the adviser of the future?
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Robbert is a chartered accountant with more than 30 years experience and worked at the Dutch tax authority and then moved to Shell where he had a lead role working on indirect tax process and technology across the group globally. He has managed numerous global projects and has worked extensively in designing Sarbanes-Oxley control frameworks, implementation of multinational SAP systems, implementing global SAP/Sabrix implementations.
Robbert is specialized in the design of solutions in which tax requirements, business processes, and system functionality are integrated, the implementation and the assessment of VAT functionality in SAP and/or tax engines, the design of VAT return processes, and the audit of indirect taxes by means of statistical sampling and data analysis.
R.J.J. (Robbert) Hoogeveen (MSc, RA)
M +31 6 57 94 7093
We combine technical knowledge with industry understanding and knowhow of technologically advanced tools and methodologies available in the market or developed by ourselves.
Technology-related tax risk: understand and address the potential harms and benefits of (new) technology.
Ascertaining proper IT support for ensuring efficient, timely and reliable reporting.
VAT should be considered in every aspect of the process, from concept through completion and beyond. Managing by design — looking at any process or transaction from end to end and factoring in all the requirements and controls essential to designing and optimizing a compliant VAT process.