Oracle and Capgemini are leveraging their strategic alliance to push Oracle Revenue Management for Public worldwide. At the moment, Capgemini is key to implementation of Revenue Management for Public in the US and Australia, but now the two organisations are working to take the product to new markets across the globe.
Revenue Management for Public is a product that allows users to consolidate information across tax, revenue and welfare sources, as well as to drive efficiencies and even resolve issues thrown up by legacy systems.
Stephan Scholl, vice president and general manager of Oracle’s Tax Global Business Unit, said: “The combination of Capgemini’s implementation experience and Oracle’s standards-based application offers tax authorities flexible and cost-effective solutions to their technology challenge.
“Working together, Oracle and Capgemini are committed to help tax and welfare agencies optimize the complex revenue collection process and quickly respond to tax law and regulatory changes.”
Stan Cozon, Global Leader of Public Sector at Capgemini, added: “This go-to-market alliance is enabling Capgemini and Oracle to help streamline the work of tax agencies and reducing their tax gap.
“This continues our journey in becoming a global leader in tax transformation.
“After our success in the US, I’m delighted with our recent win in Australia which is testament to our work with Oracle.”
Oracle regularly works through Capgemini in the tax services area. Earlier this month, Oracle announced that it would be providing Oracle Enterprise Taxation and Policy Management in collaboration with Capgemini.
Again, Scholl was enthusiastic about the product; he said: “In an ever-evolving industry, public sector authorities require great flexibility to help manage the impact of policy changes.
“Oracle Enterprise Taxation and Policy Management can help our customers save time and costs associated with incorporating new legislative rules into their administrative systems.”