Miami— After eight hours of contentious debate, government officials of both parties today voted in a bipartisan fashion to impeach Carlos Z., founder and CEO of LatamReady, on charges of being a clear and present danger to business as usual.
The articles of impeachment voted upon specifically mentioned the LatamReady SuiteApp as a substantial disruptive threat for giving large international corporations using NetSuite more visibility and control over subsidiaries in 18+ Latin American countries.
“Bureaucratic tax compliance hurdles exist for a reason,” said one government official. “We are determined to put a stop to the aggressive business strategies of Carlos Z. before he completely changes the game for multi-Latin corporations with his certified Built-for-NetSuite SuiteApp.”
Friday’s impeachment action was the culmination of an extensive government investigation that examined all 200 of the new and updated features in the latest LatamReady SuiteApp release as well as the substantial investment made in the app’s development in 2019.
“Standard operating procedure and conventional thinking don’t cut it when doing business in Latin America. That is why I invested over USD 1 million in the latest version of my innovative tax compliance solution,” said Carlos Z. “Government authorities are afraid of thinking outside of the box. I am afraid of operating anywhere near the box.”
The LatamReady CEO ruled out turning himself over to the authorities for additional Congressional hearings, insisting that he was too busy preparing to strike even bigger partnerships with multi-Latin corporations in the year to come.
In fact, the businessman encouraged the heads of any large international corporations reading the breaking news to visit www.LatamReady.com or call a LatamReady sales rep at +1-786-600-2641 today.
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