Priority ERP now certified for Avalara AvaTax, giving customers access to industry leading tax automation software
Priority Software Ltd., a leading global provider of ERP solutions, today announced it has partnered with Avalara (NYSE:AVLR), a leading provider of tax compliance automation software for businesses of all sizes, to offer Avalara AvaTax to its customers.
As a result of this partnership, Priority customers in the U.S. (or trading with U.S. based customers) can choose Avalara’s AvaTax to automatically calculate sales tax within their Priority application, generating quotes, orders, checkout or billing, in real time. Now, customers can easily calculate sales tax at every stage in the sales process, including downloading tax groups and exemptions from Avalara via the Priority platform. Furthermore, Priority customers now benefit from Avalara’s address validation capabilities with a click of a button from their Priority application.
Avalara’s “Certified for AvaTax” program, of which Priority is now a certified partner, features integrations that perform at the highest level, providing the best possible customer experience. Key features include Address Validation, Sourcing Rules, Jurisdiction Assignment, Product Taxability, Reporting, Returns and Remittance, streamlining the sales tax compliance process for businesses of all sizes.
Priority ERP, now integrated with Avalara’s AvaTax, continues to deliver the tools and functionality to meet the unique needs of its customers. Powered by flexibility, system openness and mobility tools, Priority believes that ERP systems should and can be easier to use, easier to implement and easier to maintain and enhance. A refreshing alternative to traditional complex ERP solutions, Priority’s functionality covers all the core elements of ERP, all via a modern platform with cross-functional capabilities, such as graphical BPM, Mobile Application Generator, Web SDK, Open APIs, and more.
“This partnership represents an important initiative for both our companies,” said Avi Troub, Vice President International Sales & Channel, Priority Software. “We’re excited to partner with Avalara to provide our customers with a way to accurately calculate sales tax. Managing sales tax is complex and costly. Our integration with Avalara helps our customers efficiently achieve compliance, so that they can focus on growing their business.”
Greg Chapman, Senior Vice President of Business Development at Avalara said, “Priority Software understands the needs of its customers, and Priority ERP reduces complexity for their business in many ways. We are proud to partner to help alleviate the burden of complexity from sales tax compliance.”
Priority Software is now an Avalara Certified partner. Certified partners pass a series of criteria developed by Avalara to ensure performance and reliability, helping Priority customers benefit from a seamless experience with Avalara’s tax compliance solutions.
Avalara helps businesses of all sizes get tax compliance right. In partnership with leading ERP, accounting, ecommerce, and other financial management system providers, Avalara delivers cloud-based compliance solutions for various transaction taxes, including sales and use, VAT, excise, communications, and other indirect tax types. Headquartered in Seattle, Avalara has offices across the U.S. and around the world in the U.K., Belgium, Brazil, and India. More information at avalara.com.
About Priority Software
Priority Software provides flexible, end-to-end business management solutions for organizations of all sizes in a wide range of industries. Recognized by top industry analysts and professionals for its product innovation, Priority improves business efficiency and the customer experience, providing real-time access to business data and insights in the cloud, on-premise, and on-the-go. With offices in the US, UK, Belgium and Israel and a global network of business partners, Priority enables 75,000 companies in 40 countries to manage and grow their business. For more information, visit www.priority-software.com.
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