Dear Valued Stakeholder,

Introduction of e-invoicing is a big move towards digitalisation of the business and commerce landscape. It is aimed at ensuring standardisation, uniformity and interoperability across the GST ecosystem, i.e. an e-invoice generated by one software should be capable of being read by any other. To be made mandatory on 1 October 2020, the new system aims to make invoice reporting an integral part of a business process and eliminate the tedious task of compilation of invoices at the end of a return period.

Grant Thornton in India has developed GTaxPro, a robust tool to help businesses comply with requirements of e-invoicing as per the GST law. Join us for an engaging webinar for an in-depth understanding of key features of this tool, and how it will simplify filing for businesses and ease reporting.

Key features of GTaxPro

NewIcon-12.png Manage multiple GSTINs/profiles for a single user
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NewIcon-05.png Data analytics - MIS reports and dashboard
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transmission.png Secure transmission


What makes GTaxPro different?

  • Email integration: The system has features that provides suitable email integration for various activities that are performed by user
  • Online rectification of errors: Tool provides an option to rectify the error on portal itself instead of downloading the errors and uploading the updated file again
  • Reminders for cancellation of e-invoice: Timer will be available for keeping a track on time left for cancellation of invoices within 24 hours

Our speakers:

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Krishan Arora (moderator)
Grant Thornton India

PS Krishnan
Grant Thornton India

Parikshit Jain
Associate Director
Grant Thornton India

Sanjay Gulati
Group Head Corporate
Tax-GST & Litigation
GMR Group

We look forward to your participation.

Date & Time

Date: Tuesday, 8 September 2020
Time: 3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. IST

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