Jitendra Chaddah, Senior Director, Operations and Strategy, Intel India told reporters that the goal is to enable micro, small, and medium and businesses experience a hassle-free GST as businesses must future-proof themselves to be GST ready and perform complex tasks to scale their businesses in the digital age.
"In less than three months, more than 22 crore invoices have been filed online, and Intel India believes that as more micro enterprises and small businesses adopt PCs, the number of filings will only increase.
"To make this a reality, Intel India is collaborating with the ecosystem, including Acer, Dell, Lenovo, Hewlett-Packard, iBall, and Forstar (a subsidiary of Karvy), to make GST software bundled devices available to local businesses," Chaddah said.
According to a press release issued by the computer chip maker, e-commerce and retail stores, including Snapdeal, Flipkart, PayTM, Shopclues, Reliance Digital and Croma are also offering GST bundled offers on Intel-powered PCs that can bring improved productivity and efficiency, enabling SMBs to run their business smoothly.
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