February 13, 2019
It’s not often that a company can claim a 500% increase in new customer acquisition in a year, let alone in a quarter. Mobility client Azuga accomplished just that, along with a new executive hire and headquarters relocation plan in Q4 2018. Read more on how the company is offering its award-winning driver-behavior-monitoring app free of charge to celebrate in Automotive Fleet.
February 8, 2019
Millions of football fans traveled to Atlanta for the big game, Super Bowl 53. As traffic and parking rates spiked during the weekend, client Lime deployed thousands of electric scooters to help locals and visitors alike enjoy downtown Atlanta’s events and save money on parking. See the full story in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
January 23, 2019
Could Spain or France follow the lead of Italy and adopt a mandatory e-invoicing system? Sovos’ Filippa Jörnstedt offers some perspective via International Tax Review on how “clearance e-invoicing” is likely to spread to other EU member states.
“To say that the Supreme Court decision opened a floodgate of state regulatory activity would be an understatement,” Charles Maniace, director of regulatory analysis at Sovos, recently told International Tax Review. Learn more about the 2019 implications of South Dakota v. Wayfair for online and remote sellers.
January 17, 2019
Burnout is more than the latest buzzword — and it affects more than physicians. Nurses and staff also face tremendous pressures that are causing them to leave healthcare, as Updox CEO Michael Morgan explains in his recent bylined article with Becker’s Hospital Review.
January 15, 2019
Global manufacturers could face a wave of new tax obligations in 2019. Now is the time business leaders should review their tax footprint to avoid unexpected audits or penalties, argues Sovos’ Charles Maniace in Manufacturing Business Technology.