July 21, 2008 - To help more efficiently and effectively administer taxes on behalf of its constituents, the State of Vermont selected Oracle Enterprise Taxation Management.

 

The State of Vermont will work with Oracle and CGI to provide a single integrated tax and audit-processing platform for five tax types: corporate income, business income, property transfer, individual use and fuel gross receipts.

 

Through the deployment, the state expects to realize operational benefits by leveraging a single, modern technology infrastructure for tax processing built on Oracle Database and Oracle Application Server.

 

Oracle Enterprise Taxation Management provides an alternative to custom-built systems. It provides a single, unified view of each taxpayer by consolidating information from multiple legacy systems across all tax and revenue sources, enabling agencies to more efficiently and effectively bill, collect and manage funds. The application helps improve revenue generation, tracking and compliance.

 

"We selected the Oracle solution supported by CGI because of both companies' solid reputations in the public sector industry," said Tom Pelham, Commissioner, State of Vermont Department of Taxes. "We look forward to recognizing a quick return on our investment with more efficient and effective tax management."

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