Companies to Face Operational Issues With ERP After GST Rollout

Companies may face operational issues with enterprise softwares at least initially when Goods and Services Tax is rolled out in India.

Published: 17th August 2015 08:06 PM  |   Last Updated: 17th August 2015 08:06 PM   |  A+A-

KOLKATA: Companies may face operational issues with enterprise softwares at least initially when Goods and Services Tax (GST) is rolled out in the country.

"The companies will face operational issues after GST while adjusting with the enterprise solutions. It is to be seen how GST is rolled out. Most companies are ready with the module and waiting for final regulations," Singapore-based Winspire Solutions CEO Jitendra Kulkarni said here today.

Speaking at MCCI Chamber of Commerce, he said "You don't know it could be old wine in a new bottle."

If GST is rolled out properly it will help companies in creating infrastructure and warehouses closer to their markets.

Kulkarni said use of cloud service help small and medium enterprises in adopting new technologies at lower capex.

ERPs help enterprise to manage and scale up operation rapidly, he said. PTI

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