Excellon Software and a GoI-licensed GSP (GST Suvidha Provider) have kick-started an awareness and sensitization drive for businesses to smoothly transition to the GST regime. The company addressed complexities of GST implementation among consumers, businesses, government and service providers. The company has also introduced EXACT, a cloud-based GST software, that will help businesses migrate to GST tax structure.
Vinod Tambi, Co-Founder & President, Excellon Software, said, “GST is not just a game- changer for the Indian economy. The implementation and compliance is going to be a one-time challenge, especially for businesses used to following a historically complex tax structure. We realized that the market has a lot of unanswered questions on GST implementation. This session was an initiative to address the ambiguities on GST and hopefully we managed to do that.”
Notably, Excellon introduced EXACT, its cloud-based GST solution created to ensure hassle-free GST compliance for businesses. As a GST Suvidha Provider (GSP), Excellon’s EXACT will provide innovative methods to tax payers in interacting with the GST Systems for an end-to-end compliance. The system will provide all user interfaces and convenience to enable a taxpayer to connect with GST system via secure system.
“The complexity of GST required a comprehensive yet simple solution and that is what Excellon has done. We’ve created the most robust, reliable and responsive GSP solution that is designed to give a hassle free GST migration for businesses,” added Tambi.
EXACT has been designed with the objective to help companies manage their taxes better. The software creates an interface with the company’s existing OEM ERP and helps streamline processes such as registration, tax payment, returns filing and other information exchange with the core GST system. The major benefits for any company on EXACT are minimum time and effort for tax filing, easy uploading of invoice data, matching of its purchase data and most importantly getting a single stop shop for all GST-related services
The software also provides absolute data security with non-multitenant databases and allows automated data monitoring.
The parliament recently gave a green signal to the GST rollout from July 1, 2017, making it the biggest tax reform the country has ever seen. It will impact the central and state governments, consumers, small and big enterprises and service providers across sectors. GST is expected to significantly reduce the cost of transactions as well as tax compliance for the manufacturing sector and will lead to ease of doing business in the long run. Implementation hurdles aside, the manufacturing sector is expected to improve efficiencies and increase its contribution to GDP in the long run.
With barely two months left for the rollout, the readiness and difficulties confronted by consumers, producers and service providers has become the most examined point of discussion. However, with companies such as Excellon Software, the country looks set to take on the biggest transformation it has ever witnessed.
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