Looking for others who have employees based in Canada and use the SAP integration to post expense reports to SAP. We're having a few challenges with the tax configuration and would like to hear what others have done.
We went live about a year ago with CONCUR native integration with SAP ECC6. Our headquarters are in Canada. Most of our travelers are based in Canada. We have other country templates but Canadian taxes were by far the most challenging part of the project. It took a lot of creativity and lots of back and forth with SAP support as we use external tax engine on top of ECC6 as well. I have a lot of tips and tricks on this subject. We needed new tax codes in ECC6 in some scenarios and lot of new groups in different tax authorities in Concur.
I would love to hear more of your challenges and how you resolved them. We are a global company trying to implement the US and Canada currently. We are behind in our implementation due to our inability to post Canada reports due to the tax codes and tax reclaim. We need to get HonKong, China, Germany the UK and Mexico bulit in yet but am very concerned regarding the ability of SAP to lead on this issue.
We're working on our Canadian Tax config now and have encountered issues. I too would like to understand more details around your problem and resolution. We're in the process of engaging SAP now to get to a solution but if you've already got one, it would speed things along.
I have to also add that we believe at least part of our problem is the way we've configured things 14+ years ago.
Se have been live in Canada for 3 years now and things are running smooth from our configuration. WE too are a global company in the US, CA, 20+ EMEA countries, APAC and LATAM. WE resolved our Canada tax issues by creating tax authorities for each of the state/territory and we utilized the extraction factor option along with the percentage selection from within the tax form and based our conditions off of those details. The Tax Codes were those that were already setup in our SAP ECC enviroment