Avalara, provider of sales tax and compliance automation services in the cloud, and OneBill, a provider of an all-in-one subscription billing platform, have announced that OneBill has joined Avalara’s growing list of certified solution partners.
As a result of this partnership, customers can now use AvaTax’s capabilities from within OneBill’s existing workflow to automatically calculate the final sales tax amount on every invoice. This eliminates complexity and time spent calculating taxes across multiple jurisdictions and helps businesses focus on their core offering.
“OneBill’s ‘all-in-one’ subscription billing platform helps automate core business functions – such as sales, marketing, customer support, and finance – while addressing the future state of the business,” said JK Chelladurai, CEO of OneBill Inc. “Our partnership with Avalara helps deliver our promise to handle the latest trends in the subscription world while meeting today’s subscription billing needs.”
Avalara CEO and Founder Scott McFarlane said, “Our integrated solution helps OneBill customers easily manage and remain compliant with increasingly complicated tax regulations. As one of America’s fastest-growing companies, Avalara is pleased to welcome OneBill customers to its growing community.”
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