We’re at a distinct point in time in human history where technology is having a revolutionary impact on how business operates. Hot technologies such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), Robotic Process Automation (RPA), Distributed Ledgers or Blockchain, Internet of Things (IoT),Data Analytics, and Edge Computing are poised to deliver enormous productivity gains to companies in the times to come. These emerging technologies will shape our future more powerfully than any other innovation in this century. Anyone who doesn’t understand about them will soon find themselves feeling left behind, waking up in a world full of technology that feels more and more like magic. After a couple of these emerging technologies winters and periods of false hope over the past four decades, rapid advances in data storage and computer processing power have dramatically changed the game in recent years.
Meanwhile, these emerging technologies are also enabling executives to envision new business models and create differentiated products and services for customers.
To explore this topic more, we are focusing on the finance function and the future of finance leadership in our latest “Transformative Technologies Workshop” in Mumbai.
CA Vinod Kashyap, B.Com.(Hons.), FCA, DISA (ICAI), is Co-Founder of NexGen KnowledgeSolutions Private Ltd. He has plus 30 years of quantifiable experience in Industrial andprofessional working, Accounting, Internal Audit, Information Systems Audit, Digital Financial Reporting. He has hands-on experience of working on digital financial reporting (XBRL/iXBRL) in India, Singapore & U.K. He is co-author of paper titled “A Field Study Examining the Indian Ministry of Corporate Affairs XBRL Implementation” published in Journal of InformationSystems. He has also provided valuable inputs on XBRL and EDIFACT in Master Thesis “Factors affecting Standard Dominance in the battle between EDIFACT versus XBRL Data ExchangeStandards in India” submitted for Master of Science in Management of Technologies atDELFT University of Technology, Netherlands.
He has been involved in customization & testing of compliance software for Goods &Services of GovReports(Australia’s leading GST solution provider and SBR/XBRL regulatory compliancereporting platform) to suit Indian requirements. He is also Faculty at GST Trainer, which conducts regular training programs (PracticalWorkshops) on GST in New Delhi. Hehas also been a faculty at National Academy of Customs, Indirect Taxes & Narcotics, Mumbaiwhere he has conducted training sessions on “Digital Tax Administration System for GST” and “Data Analytics in GST” for Senior GST Officials in India. He has been a regular speaker on Goods & Services Tax atvarious seminars/workshop organized by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India.
He has made a presentation on “Digital Tax AdministrationSystem” in 41st World Continuous Auditing & Reporting Symposium held in Spain on Nov 9 & 10, 2017. He has also made presentation on “Digital Tax Administration System for VAT” in Kuwait VAT conference held on May 3 & 4, 2018.
Presently, he is working on research paper on “Digital TaxAdministration Systems” implemented across the world.
• Digital Tax Administration System
• Use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) & Robotic Process Automation (RPA) in Tax Administration
• Digital Disruption in Tax Compliance
• Tax compliance in a digital world• Tax analytics
• Introduction to Artificial Intelligence
• Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML) & Deep Learning
• Use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Industries
• Use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Tax Administration and Compliance
• Use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Auditing Functions
The workshop is aimed at key decision makers at any GCC business.
The workshop should be attended by:
|Hard Copy & Soft Copy of Presentation, Certification, Break fast, Lunch, Refreshments||Indian Companies||15000 INR tax per delegate (10% Disc for group of 3 delegate)**|
*Additional GST of 18% is applicable.