JAGGED PEAK CERTIFIED FOR AVALARA’S SALES TAX AUTOMATION SOLUTION

Avalara, Inc., a leading provider of cloud-based software delivering compliance solutions related to sales tax, VAT and other transactional taxes, today announced Jagged Peak, Inc., a leading eCommerce solutions provider with software and services that enhance the scalability, flexibility and profitability of multi-channel online businesses, has joined Avalara’s community of certified solution partners. Avalara’s solution partners are software publishers that integrate Avalara’s software as a service (SaaS) offering for sales tax management directly into their own applications.

As a result of this partnership, Jagged Peak customers now have access to AvaTax™, Avalara’s cloud-based solution, to automatically calculate the final sales tax amount on every invoice. This eliminates the tedious work and complexity of calculating taxes across multiple jurisdictions and helps businesses focus on their core offering.

Ava Logo“We’re always focused on providing our customers the technology to run their businesses more efficiently,” said Vince Fabrizzi, Chief Sales and Marketing Officer for Jagged Peak. “Our integration with Avalara will allow our EDGE™ eCommerce Platform users to easily manage and remain up-to-date on increasingly complicated tax regulations.”

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Pascal Van Dooren, Chief Revenue Officer at Avalara said, “This partnership allows Avalara to provide its comprehensive solutions to Jagged Peak customers in a fast, easy, and cost effective way. In today’s electronic world it just doesn’t make sense to manually manage sales tax. We’re pleased to welcome Jagged Peak into our community.”

Avalara pioneered a web-based compliance platform for sales tax automation a decade ago and now provides an end-to-end suite of transactional tax compliance services for businesses of all sizes. Today its SaaS solution integrates into numerous ERP systems, accounting packages, ecommerce shopping carts, Point of Sale systems, and mobile payment platforms.

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