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SAP India launches 30 GST solution centres for MSMEs

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Enterprise application software maker SAP is setting up 30 centres across 13 Indian cities to help small and medium businesses to become compliant with

"With the implementation deadline of July 1 for fast approaching, we wanted to ensure fast-track readiness for MSMEs," SAP Head Strategic Solutions Neeraj Athalye said.



These centres will engage with micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) and showcase SAP's solution portfolio for GST, he added.

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Fynd raises USD 500k funding from Rocketship * Real-time fashion discovery platform Fynd has raised follow-up funds of USD 500,000 from Silicon Valley-based Rocketship.

This new capital has been raised in an extension of the Series A funding round in March, wherein the startup had raised a similar amount from Venture Catalysts.

"Fynd seeks to chiefly utilise the funds to strengthen its tech backbone, optimise its operations and further enhance its customer offerings as well as strategies," it said in a statement.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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SAP India launches 30 GST solution centres for MSMEs

Enterprise application software maker SAP is setting up 30 centres across 13 Indian cities to help small and medium businesses to become compliant with GST. "With the implementation deadline of July 1 for GST law fast approaching, we wanted to ensure fast-track readiness for MSMEs," SAP India Head Strategic Solutions Neeraj Athalye said. These centres will engage with micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) and showcase SAP's solution portfolio for GST, he added. * * * * Fynd raises USD 500k funding from Rocketship * Real-time fashion discovery platform Fynd has raised follow-up funds of USD 500,000 from Silicon Valley-based Rocketship. This new capital has been raised in an extension of the Series A funding round in March, wherein the startup had raised a similar amount from Venture Catalysts. "Fynd seeks to chiefly utilise the funds to strengthen its tech backbone, optimise its operations and further enhance its customer offerings as well as strategies," it said in a ... Enterprise application software maker SAP is setting up 30 centres across 13 Indian cities to help small and medium businesses to become compliant with

"With the implementation deadline of July 1 for fast approaching, we wanted to ensure fast-track readiness for MSMEs," SAP Head Strategic Solutions Neeraj Athalye said.

These centres will engage with micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) and showcase SAP's solution portfolio for GST, he added.

* * * *

Fynd raises USD 500k funding from Rocketship * Real-time fashion discovery platform Fynd has raised follow-up funds of USD 500,000 from Silicon Valley-based Rocketship.

This new capital has been raised in an extension of the Series A funding round in March, wherein the startup had raised a similar amount from Venture Catalysts.

"Fynd seeks to chiefly utilise the funds to strengthen its tech backbone, optimise its operations and further enhance its customer offerings as well as strategies," it said in a statement.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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SAP India launches 30 GST solution centres for MSMEs

Enterprise application software maker SAP is setting up 30 centres across 13 Indian cities to help small and medium businesses to become compliant with

"With the implementation deadline of July 1 for fast approaching, we wanted to ensure fast-track readiness for MSMEs," SAP Head Strategic Solutions Neeraj Athalye said.

These centres will engage with micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) and showcase SAP's solution portfolio for GST, he added.

* * * *

Fynd raises USD 500k funding from Rocketship * Real-time fashion discovery platform Fynd has raised follow-up funds of USD 500,000 from Silicon Valley-based Rocketship.

This new capital has been raised in an extension of the Series A funding round in March, wherein the startup had raised a similar amount from Venture Catalysts.

"Fynd seeks to chiefly utilise the funds to strengthen its tech backbone, optimise its operations and further enhance its customer offerings as well as strategies," it said in a statement.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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