MCMINNVILLE, OR -- (Marketwire) -- 01/09/13 -- TTR (Transaction Tax Resources, Inc.), the industry leader in providing accurate, current, supported and easy to find sales and use tax answers, has made available the licensing of tax answers for Tax Automation Providers.
TTR is actively working with large Tax Automation Providers to ensure that their customers receive more content and more answers.
"Historically, Tax Automation Providers focused on tax rates and software. Tax content and tax answers were not the focus. TTR changed all this. We revolutionized the way Tax Automation Providers view their customers by putting the tax answer where it belongs -- first.
"Most Tax Automation Providers have a few thousand 'items, codes or categories' that a customer may use to find a tax answer. Today, TTR has nearly 100,000 'TTR Items' with associated tax answers across all jurisdictions, resulting in millions and millions of answers. Licensing our content will help ensure that Tax Automation Providers are able to service their customers -- saving their customers countless hours and money." Shon Holyfield - CEO, TTR, Inc.
TTR is the industry leader in providing accurate, current, supported and easy to find sales and use tax answers. Headquartered in McMinnville, Oregon, TTR maintains nearly 100,000 TTR Tax Items and millions of tax answers. TTR created the first ever online solution for finding sales and use tax answers, with full legal support, images and plain English explanations. TTR customers receive valuable tax answer updates, not just notifications of when laws change. More information about TTR may be found at www.ttrus.com.
For More Information
To learn more about TTR (Transaction Tax Resources, Inc.), please visit www.ttrus.com or call 866.578.8193.
For Tax Automation Licensing Inquiries, please contact Jon Peed at 503.472.8500 ext. 111.
503.472.8500 ext. 111
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