German corporate tax law extends to some 1,700 pages. The US rulebook is even larger, with more than 5,000 pages. What is the best way from a legal and tax perspective for a company to plan and implement a project to invest in IT infrastructure at an international level? Even the most experienced of CIOs is highly unlikely to have the expertise that this requires.
The CIO’s objective is to implement a standardized solution for all relevant sites, with uniform processes that take account of local conditions and cover everything from procurement through to remarketing.
The finance department, however, frequently struggles not only with finding the optimum solution in terms of tax and legal requirements but also with the financing itself. In their operations abroad, medium-sized businesses and international corporations often find it difficult to quickly secure local financing on acceptable terms.
This is why it is beneficial to place international infrastructure procurement projects in the hands of an experienced expert with a global reach. A provider of financing that is familiar with the nuances of global and local tax and legal situations. One which sets consistent and quality standards for international projects. A provider with treasury operations worldwide that can act quickly. One that can cover the entire lifecycle of IT projects.
Efficient Technology Management® that meets your requirements – this is what we offer. Contact us now – we have read those thousands of pages for you.
“Do you know which customized business approach and which type of financing solutions are ideal for your international sites?”
“Do you know how to implement IT projects abroad efficiently?”
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