Good and Service Tax was implemented almost 3 years ago, it’s a reform in the field of indirect taxation. The technology vertical appears in the growing stage. The GST law is getting reformed and restructured in each GST Council meeting. Which will help for more feasibility. This reform and restructured is very much dependent on the technology of this GST

With GST government intend to achieve two major goals

  1. Reduce Tax evasion
  2. Simplify compliance for tax payers

 In the prevailing tax systems, there are several cases where the government has not been able to detect evasion and loss of tax revenues. As a result, it has become a challenge for the department concerned to track the input claims against the liability of the seller. There have also been numerous cases of duplication of claims on input tax, fraudulent claims, input tax claims that do not correspond with tax liability declared by the seller, or seller who has not furnished his tax liability.

All important work which are key aspects starting from generating e-invoices, GST registration till filing of return, raising of e-way bill, refund claim filling etc. and inter – relating all aspects on PAN India basis is dependent on the technology.

 Digitalization has outlined the need for technology in managing GST compliance. However, even after all the efforts made by the government, enterprises are still facing issues with GST, e-way bills, and e-invoicing. So, here is why technology becomes important to covers all the pain points related to GST compliance –

Challenges Related to GST 

  1. Handling a large number of transactional data.
  2. Reconciliation of GSTR-2A and Purchases.
  3. Credit reversal if payment is not made within 180 days from the date of issue of the invoice.
  4. Availing accurate Input Tax Credit.
  5. Amendments in GSTR-3b in case of errors due to human intervention.

Challenges Related to E-way Bill

  1. Request for change in delivery location by the recipient.
  2. Expiration of e-way bill or time of e-way bill extension exceeded.
  3. Tracking of the consignment by the parties involved.

Challenges Related to E-invoicing

  1. Cancelling, changing, or partially accepting the goods for which e-invoice was raised.
  2. Errors in e-invoice data due to human intervention.
  3. Handling a large number of transactional data.
  4. Request for splitting an e-invoice into two or three parts by customer.

With the GST complexities likely to persist, it is important to bring technology to ensure effective and timely GST compliance for better GST, Governance, and Growth (GGG). Therefore, the role of technology is inevitable in overcoming these above-listed challenges and bringing standardization, harmonization, and compliance to businesses.

How Esarwa can enhance compliance for you?

Esarwa, being the one of the largest ASP-GSP (Application Service Provider – GST Suvidha Provider) solution providers, acutely realizes the changing compliance landscape. Esarwa has the ability to granularly deal with the reporting requirements and can control the enhanced risks. The solution is a secure cloud platform that is intelligent, robust and scalable to meet the GST compliance needs of all. Esarwa also assists in enabling the corporates to handle the cross-functional work-related processes seamlessly.

How Esarwa can Help in Managing GST  ?

Esarwa is an experienced application service provider (ASP) and partner of authorized GST Suvidha Providers (GSPs). To understand how Esarwa can help you with GST compliance automation, contact us through

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