RSI’s Revenue Premier Integrated Tax Processor was designed and built with flexibility, adaptability, and agility as its core principles. Revenue Premier employs a Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) and open technology standards along with best-in-class technologies to facilitate change.
Revenue Premier’s four core modules integrate seamlessly with one another but can also stand alone and interact with other systems as needed. Developed on a powerful foundation of shared services, these components help to streamline your revenue management while reducing technical redundancy. They also create a modular framework by which an agency can choose features and functionalities to complement their existing systems.
Revenue Premier helps to address many challenges faced by today’s revenue agencies. For example, rather than coding Business Rules directly in an application’s code, our Business Rules Management System centralizes rule management. In this way, rules are more easily updated and modified according to your unique needs. This eases impact analysis resulting from new legislation or programs, makes it possible for non-IT personnel to change and maintain business rules, and simplifies testing by ensuring that changes are made only to the rules and not core application logic.
RSI’s Integrated Tax Processor is configurable and allows the agency to determine how best to direct work to the appropriate resources. This supports the automation of existing labor-intensive manual processes, reduces reliance on paper, and significantly streamlines overall processing.
Finally, Revenue Premier is built using an extensible database schema. This means that an agency can extend the database schema to include custom data elements. These elements can be defined at multiple levels, including entity, account, case, and license, without impacting software upgrades and maintenance. They’re also available to the Business Rules Management System, meaning that they can be reported on and included in system generated correspondence to the taxpayer.