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To ensure the tax compliance of all our direct and indirect tax processes, we operate with an automation system that ensures agility in tax processing and conferences to meet tribute payment deadlines.
As tax processing solutions, HLB Brasil operates with:
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The payroll information management process processed by HLB Brasil has a specific methodology and has the most modern payroll automation systems and benefits to offer full support in the decision making of the Human Resources area of the organizations.
We operate with a 4.0 methodology that allows agile and automated processing of accounting information, operating with a customized management in our own ERP or in a system recommended by the customer.
Working with its own methodologies, managed in a payment validation and automation system, HLB Brasil’s accounts payable and receivable area ensures the security of its customers’ information by means of the transfer of encrypted bank information.
The agriculture and food sector faces a number of global trends impacting business, including the globalisation of the food supply chain, rapid technological innovation, rising regulatory standards and more mouths to feed than ever before.
Healthcare is at the heart of every community. While healthcare systems vary from region to region, and macro-trends like technological innovation and social and economical shifts have a different impact on care providers across the world, the goal is always to provide the best possible care to as many people as possible in the most efficient way.
The Third Sector is often referred to as the ‘Non-profit Sector’ and its importance has grown over the years with the inevitable need for social integration in economic development.
The oil and gas industry attracts billionaire investments to Brazil. Its value chain demands a set of domestic and foreign companies with high technological content and economic capacity. The pre-salt frontier, local industry’s winning bet, has consolidated this industry as one of the most attractive and profitable.
Anyone working in the Real Estate and Construction sector knows more than most how the volatility of the economy can affect your business. Add to that the technological breakthroughs and environmental trends like the drive for sustainability, shifting demographics and rapid urbanisation reshaping the sector.
We’ve never seen a greater intersection between Media, Technology and Telecommunications companies as today. Players in the media and entertainment industry are adopting ever more technologies in their services and products.