GTSI Delivers Knowledge Management Solution, Brings Efficiency to Sales Tax Consultancy

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GT Solutions International (GTSI), an Atlanta based provider of enterprise information management solutions, today announced it has successfully deployed M-Files document management solution for Interstate Tax Strategies resulting in up to 50% reduction in non-billable man hours required to locate information needed to answer clients’ sales tax related questions.

“Managing documents at the enterprise level challenges every company. Most companies have all their documents stored somewhere but few can retrieve the document they need when they need it,” George Bergmark, president, GTSI explained.

GT Solutions International (GTSI), an Atlanta based provider of enterprise information management solutions, today announced it has successfully deployed M-Files document management solution for Interstate Tax Strategies resulting in up to 50% reduction in non-billable man hours required to locate information needed to answer clients’ sales tax related questions.

“Time is money. I can’t spend an afternoon looking for information about a project that I did for a client two years ago hoping I can remember their name,” said Ned A. Lenhart, president of Interstate Tax Strategies. “Now I can enter keywords and in a minute or two, I have everything that I need.”

Interstate Tax Strategies provides regulatory compliance advisory services to businesses worldwide about state and local sales tax issues in the U.S. When a new client calls with questions, Lenhart needs to be able to find the answers quickly. M-Files uses sophisticated metadata tagging to locate and deliver needed information quickly and easily.

Using M-Files, Interstate Tax Strategies tagged each of its client documents—not just by name—but by topic, state and industry, giving Lenhart near instant access to more than 30 years of records detailing the intricacies of interstate sales tax.

GTSI, a trusted business and financial advisor to national and global companies, had seen this productivity-killing scenario before.

“Managing documents at the enterprise level challenges every company, large to small, domestic to international. Most companies have all their documents stored somewhere but few can retrieve the document they need when they need it,” George Bergmark, president, GTSI explained. “For companies like Interstate Tax, time really is money and innovative technology solutions like M-Files save them both.”

About Interstate Tax Strategies
Interstate Tax Strategies, PC, leverages its 28 years of experience to provide companies and organizations operating in multiple states with a full array of consulting services focused on the intricacies of interstate sales tax. The consulting company’s clients depend on Interstate for specialized advice related to audit management, exemption certificate analysis, pre-audit risk assessment, product taxability analysis, sales tax nexus issues, sales tax risk assessments, strategic planning and voluntary disclosure negotiation. For more information, visit salestaxstrategies.com

About GTSI
GT Solutions International (GTSI) has been providing enterprise information and business process management solutions to a wide range of industries since 1994. These industries include Fortune 100 companies, for profit and non-profit, domestically and internationally. As an M-Files, AccountMate and Microsoft Business Partner, GTSI has established a reputation for helping businesses overcome the challenges of organizing, storing and maintaining their data. Our background with financial management systems makes us uniquely qualified to deal with data retention issues subject to regulatory compliance requirements. Entities struggling with standardization, naming conventions, version control and keeping track of documents pay tribute to the quality of our solutions. Find out more at http://www.solutions-intl.com

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