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USMCA compliance: Is your organization on track? Find out more.

USMCA compliance: Is your organization on track? Find out more.

USMCA compliance: Is your organization on track? Find out more.

Your partner for global growth

When it comes to navigating complex global markets, we simplify the complexity of doing business internationally. With so many unknowns, you need a familiar, accessible partner who understands your business needs and has direct access to the best expertise and resources — when and where you need it.

Our audit, tax, and consulting experts will prepare you for the future. We structure our global approach to provide the most responsive, tailored, and efficient services possible.

41,000 professionals worldwide, 150+ countries with clients, 27 languages spoken internationally

USMCA: Implications for the automotive sector
Learn the three major takeaways for automotive suppliers

Rely on us

Whether you’re an American business looking for global growth opportunities or a multinational company seeking to profitably grow its U.S. investments, our international experts bring you customized, practical, and proven solutions to help you work across borders and focus on running your business with confidence. We fulfill the accounting, tax, and consulting needs of clients of all sizes and ownership structures in more than 120 countries.

Worldview map of the Praxity Alliance member locations. Expanding outside the U.S.

We’ll help you:

  • Develop your expansion strategy.
  • Manage compliance and risk.
  • Navigate cultural nuances and communication barriers.

Expanding to the U.S.

We’ll help you:

  • Optimize your tax structuring.
  • Ensure compliance and internal controls.
  • Manage site selection and complete due diligence.

International strategy

Honing your international strategy image
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10 ways your legacy system is costing you...and what you can do about it
Legacy ERP systems may provide adequate functionality, but they can pose significant risks to your business — and hobble future growth — in ways you might not realize. Is an outdated system holding your business back?
Doug Hockenbrocht
White Paper November 11, 2021 9 minute read
2021 China tax planning: Incentives exit and tax filing calendar
Alex He
Article February 2, 2021 4 min read
Manufacturing & Distribution 2021 Outlook
Bryan Welsh
Article January 6, 2021 7 min read
E-commerce and supply chain logistics: Trends to watch
Crystal Li
Article December 9, 2020 4 min read

10 Tips for building a global business team

Related Events

  • Year-end individual and corporate tax update for Japanese-owned U.S. companies

    As the pandemic continues to disrupt the economy, the U.S. government is pushing forward with more tax policies. Experts will discuss both individual and corporate income taxes as they relate to some of the 2017 Trump tax reform.

    Hiro Kishinaka Meguru Machida
    Event December 8, 2021 Upcoming
    Business professional wearing a protective facemask sitting on grass while using a laptop computer.
  • Introduction to ERP for Japanese-owned U.S. companies

    When implementing an ERP system, many companies struggle with three primary objectives: consolidating data sources, standardizing processes, and increasing efficiencies in production. In this webinar, we discuss how to ensure a successful implementation, recent trends, and benefits of cloud ERP.

    Yuzo Suzuki Doug Hockenbrocht Madoka Minamoto Sami Murad
    Event December 14, 2021 Upcoming
    Group of conference attendees huddled next to each other talking.

International Thought Leadership

  • 10 ways your legacy system is costing you...and what you can do about it
    Legacy ERP systems may provide adequate functionality, but they can pose significant risks to your business — and hobble future growth — in ways you might not realize. Is an outdated system holding your business back?
    Doug Hockenbrocht
    White Paper November 11, 2021 9 minute read
    Image of frustrated man in front of computer
  • The great logistics crunch

    The recent logistics crisis has laid bare the need for companies to take a more strategic approach to foreign supply chains. In CFO, Lou Longo discusses how CFOs can reduce current risks and fortify against future shocks.

    Lou Longo
    Article October 1, 2021 1 min read
    Business professionals holding a meeting in a conference room.
  • International engineering firm celebrates successful office relocation
    Segula Technologies, an international engineering and design firm, was looking for a new space to support its current and future strategic objectives.
    Tony Sorgi Plante Moran Cresa
    Case Study August 17, 2021 1 min read
    Woman working on a computer in engineering and design company's new office space
  • China tax: 2021 major incentives

    The Chinese government has released a series of incentives relating to income taxes, value-added taxes, and research and development expenses. Here’s how they could affect your operations.

    Alex He Brian Wang Crystal Li
    Article August 4, 2021 1 min read
    Business professional sitting in a waiting area at an airport.

The power of choice

Our competitors’ models are generally limited to firms only affiliated in name. Often, they have different goals, varying quality standards, and different commitments to client service. Conversely, we have the power of choice, enabling us to draw on all of our resources to best fit your needs. You’ll benefit from the best international resources tailored to meet your specific objectives.

  • International concierge desk. We take sole responsibility for your global satisfaction, providing a single domestic point of contact — or International Concierge. The international concierge desk provides fast, accurate answers to country-specific questions.
  • Multilingual experts — at home and abroad. Our multilingual experts will provide the answers you need and help navigate cultural and language nuances. Our experts — each just an email or phone call away — are located in the U.S. and in firm-owned offices in China, India, Japan, and Mexico.
  • Praxity global alliance. We provide access to more than 41,000 English-speaking professionals in over 100 countries worldwide as a founding member of Praxity, AISBL, the world’s largest global alliance of accounting firms, and the sixth largest overall among all accounting associations.

 

One firm, one point of contact, one invoice

Our one-touch service model is designed to simplify cross-border engagements. We'll handle all of the details so you can focus on what matters most.

Our international focus on people and what matters most

  1. We identify the best solutions and develop a custom plan based on your specific country-by-country needs.
  2. We match the best resources to your unique issues and goals.
  3. We coordinate and manage all aspects of service from scheduling to billing.

 

Our clients say

Moises Sepulveda SVP Supply Chain, NCH Corporation

Woman working on a computer in engineering and design company's new office space
1 min read
International engineering firm celebrates successful office relocation
Segula Technologies, an international engineering and design firm, was looking for a new space to support its current and future strategic objectives.
Tony Sorgi Plante Moran Cresa
Case Study August 17, 2021 1 min read
North American Lighting discussed at meeting
2 min read
North American Lighting replaces multiple ERP systems with Plex Manufacturing Cloud
North American Lighting (NAL), the largest independently owned Tier 1 automotive lighting supplier, replaces multiple legacy, on-premise ERP systems and achieves seamless integration across advanced manufacturing systems and facilities with the Plex Manufacturing Cloud.
Doug Hockenbrocht
Case Study October 1, 2018 2 min read

How can we help your business?

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