E-Invoicing: Strengthening GST Compliance using Technology

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Date: 22 January

Time: 11am Singapore




The Government of India has declared that by 1st January 2021, e-invoicing will be available to taxpayers having a turnover of more than Rs. 100 crore a year and it will be finally made available to all taxpayers for B2B transactions from 1st April 2021. The e-Invoicing standard has been finalized after consultation with trade bodies/ICAI to ensure interoperability of invoices across the entire GST ecosystem and Business systems to lead, one-time reporting of B2B invoices.


SAP technologies enables the real time generation of IRN and tracking of business monitoring of the B2B invoice data. To get more insights, watch this Virtual Conference hosted by SAP and Dun & Bradstreet on  “E-Invoicing: Strengthening GST Compliance using Technology”


Topics Covered in this Virtual Conference


  • What factors have led to the emergence of e-invoicing in a big way in today’s economy?
  • What are the key features / functional flow of e-invoicing and its improvement over the existing system?
  • What are the major challenges and benefits of adopting e-invoicing?
  • How can it help to strengthen the GST system?
  • What is the role of technology providers?
  • What steps do Corporate India and the government need to ensure for its full success?