Neota Logic, creators of the world’s leading platform to capture and automate expertise, announced today that KPMG Australia has used the Neota Logic AI automation platform to build their Business Visitor Assist Application.
KPMG Business Visitor Assist is an industry-leading web application, built on the Neota platform, designed to assess and manage the obligations created by business visitors to Australia. Employees can conveniently record travel plans and receive instant pre-travel instructions regarding their visas and tax obligations.
The application has been designed to significantly reduce the burden on in-house resources in the management of tax and immigration details for employees, in line with regular legislative change, whilst ensuring minimum interruption to the traveller or business. More information on the KPMG Business Visitor Assist application can be found here.
Tony O’Reilly, Director, Technology and Innovation at KPMG Australia commented, ‘Having visibility of employee travel has become a business-imperative to reduce risks and costs. An employers’ duty of care to their staff extends well beyond an employee’s physical safety. Overlooking these matters can have a detrimental effect. That’s why we designed this application to address these risks before the traveller even gets on the plane”.
Julian Uebergang commented, ‘Through our no-code platform and commitment to client engagement, Neota enables clients to quickly and efficiently build bespoke tools to ensure expertise is both accessible and profitable. We’re delighted to be working with KPMG who has the vision to offer revolutionary services and mitigate risk for their clients’.
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