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Last updated: 29 Jun, 2017  

SAG Infotech Launches GEN GST Software

Business Wire India | 27 Jun, 2017
Jaipur-based CA software development company SAG Infotech Pvt. Ltd. has recently launched a GEN GST Software which provides complete end to end GST solutions to businesses.

“GEN GST Software is a complete package for all type of businesses and professionals to fulfil their GST related need. This software is an independent platform which will include Billing, e-filing of GST returns, Client Authentication, Import-Export, GST Calculator, Data Synchronization and many more other features,” said SAG Infotech’s Managing Director CA Amit Gupta.

The software is prepared in accordance with versions like Desktop, Cloud, SAAS, Mobile App (Android & iOS).

“Also, it will come with high-level security features like User Rights, Password Protection, Lock facility, Logs and many more as it is developed in one of the most advance language Java,” Amit added.

Since SME’s and start-ups are facing a big challenge in the upcoming GST regime, the software is a big relief to SME’s, MSME’s, Traders, Large Enterprises, Big corporate houses, all kind of businessman etc in helping them solve their GST queries. Professionals like CA’s, CS’s, and Advocates can also get great help in terms of GST solutions.
 
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