Most senior tax executives see significant international tax changes over the next two years spurred by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development's base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS) project, according to a survey released by EY at its 34th Annual International Tax Conference.
Jade Rodysill, principal in the supply-chain practice of EY, details the challenges that supply-chain managers will face in the coming years. He also talks about the requirements of a great leader, and answers the question "Is there a 'best' supply chain?"
Analyst insight: As the global competitive landscape evolves, businesses are looking to gain an edge by leveraging big data, using sophisticated analytics to uncover insights and help drive performance. One industry that is behind the curve is manufacturing – primarily automotive, mining, life sciences and consumer packaged goods. But that may be changing as a result of a rekindled focus on improving operational efficiency and the necessity for organizations to utilize their supply chains as a competitive advantage. – Amber Morgan, Senior Manager, Supply Chain Analytics Lead, EY
A global survey of CFOs and supply chain leaders by professional services organization EY finds that companies with evidence of strong "business partnering" between the CFO and the supply chain leaders report better results than those with a more traditional finance model in place.