SAP, Assocham to simplify GST transition
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New Delhi: SAP SE rolled out a knowledge sharing resource centre on Wednesday to help businesses carve out a technology roadmap for goods and services tax (GST), seen as the biggest taxation reform in post-Independent India.
The resource centre launched in partnership with Assocham on Wednesday will be a one-stop portal for businesses looking at adopting or migrating to technology that will make them future ready for GST.
With information on key areas like tax computation, master data management and business process localization, SAP aims to educate and empower organizations to manage changes in their business processes and information systems from the impending GST roll-out.