Last week, Capgemini announced the extension of a strategic alliance to market and implement Oracle’s Enterprise Taxation Management software for state, county and municipal taxing and revenue management agencies in the U.S.
According to the companies, Oracle’s tax and revenue products and Capgemini’s implementation experience will lead to solutions designed to consolidate information across tax and revenue sources, drive efficiencies and help modernize aging systems.
“The combination of Capgemini’s implementation experience and Oracle’s flexible, affordable, standards-based application offers tax authorities an attractive alternative to cumbersome, costly, and high-risk custom-built solutions,” said John Andrus, vice president and general manager of Oracle’s Tax Global Business Unit.
Capgemini has an expertise in working with Oracle software, and the company has successfully implemented similar systems in numerous tax agencies throughout Europe. Past and current public sector clients include, the United Kingdom, Sweden, the Netherlands and France. Now, the company is looking to gain a piece of the U.S. market.
“This go-to-market alliance will enable Capgemini and Oracle to overhaul and transform the decades-old custom systems that impose severe constraints on revenue and tax agencies in the United States,” George Love, leader of U.S. Tax Strategy group at Capgemini, said in a statement.