Goods and Services Tax has brought us at the brink of one of the biggest business changes of our times. Most of the big businesses have already identified vendors for implementation of GST software an whoever is left are evaluating software providers, over multiple product demos and an extensive question and answer rounds to reach a stage where they can now begin the implementation process, and undertake business process mapping and solutions.
Here is a list of some of the key features that you must ask for in your software:
User Interface and Reporting
One key feature which is universally appreciated is a beautiful user interface. This ‘beauty‘ means informative dashboards and Informative Reports (MIS) for any typical business person,. This will enable quick decision making and transparent operations and the real-time information may help you avoid over/under stocking and may save on working capital. For many businesses, an evaluation criterion for new software is the number of clicks to perform a particular task. A good GST software must accommodate such requirements as well and operate on a minimum user interface principle.
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