Understanding where your company has sales tax responsibility is dictated by nexus rules that have undergone significant changes with recent court rulings. As a result of these rulings, many states have adopted “economic nexus” policies, increasing the responsibility of remote sellers doing business with companies within these areas.
For companies in the printing space, who often have exempt sales and drop shipments, understanding sales tax requirements and compliance can be even more challenging.
In this interactive webinar you’ll join Matt Prusa, Director of Sales Operations, Avanti Systems and Christopher Rossini, Director of Sales, Avalara discussing:
- The economic nexus ruling and what it means for your print business
- Why automation has become a must-have for print businesses of all sizes to help them manage their sales & use tax calculation, returns, and certificate management
- How Avalara AvaTax automatically calculates sales and use tax for transactions, invoices and other business activity powered by Avanti Slingshot, simplifying sales tax compliance
Meet the Presenters
A 30-year sales veteran with broad leadership expertise, Matt has been applying his business acumen to both sales agency and production print environments, expanding their capabilities through automation and meeting aggressive sales targets. Currently the Director of Sales Operations at Avanti Systems, Matt has been guiding the strategic direction and planning for the Avanti Sales and Solutions Architect teams, driving to overachieve the company’s print MIS sales goals since 2013 across North America and the UK. Mr. Prusa is a graduate of the University of Missouri, Kansas City with a Master in Business Administration in addition to holding Public Accounting and Lean Six Sigma Green Belt certifications.
Chris Rossini has been Director of Sales at Avalara since 2014. Prior to Avalara, Chris owned his own firm in which he helped individuals and businesses negotiate delinquent federal and state income tax. Having a strong passion for all things tax (hard to believe, I know!) Chris really enjoys working with customers to help streamline their business processes to drive their efficiency and growth.