Best e-invoicing under GST | Integrate e-invoice Software in ERP
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Modes of Generating E-invoice

API Based

Mobile Based

Offline Tool Based

GSP Based

Web Based

A Full-Fledged e-invoicing Software Customized for Your Needs

Hassle-Free Integration and Deployment

Generate invoices Seamlessly using any ERP system (SAP, Oracle, Microsoft Navision, infor, NetSuite, etc.) without any intervention to your existing processes.

Robust Exception Handling

Error free UI; Government Compatible APIs with multiple data validation checks to avoid duplicity and ensure accuracy in the entire e-invoicing system.

Extremely Scalable

Our e-invoicing software can process several error-free documents at-a-time. Our servers auto-scale as per volume confronted.

Reconciliation with GSTR-1 and EWB

One-click import of e-Invoice level data from e-way bill site to GSTR-1 to nourish your compliance needs.

User and Business Management

Make Sure data safety with role and permission-based access for users. On the other hand, generate invoicing at business unit, division, and warehouse level.

Customized Printing

Capable to customize templates as per your business requirement to guarantee maximum governance and progress under GST.

One-Click Interaction

Stay one click away from your clients. Download, print, and share the e-invoices with your clients using KCS e-invoicing software

Real Time Compliance Reporting

Report invoices to government on real-time basis and access all three government portals from single window

KCS Robust E- Invoicing Process

  • E-invoice Data will be sent government portal and in revert an IRN will be shared
  • IRN and QR code given by government/IRP will have to be in print on the E-invoice
  • E-invoice once authenticated with Government will be shared with addressee if the email id is mentioned in the E-invoice
  • ANX-1, ANX-2 & PART-A of E-Way bill will be auto-populated

Explore Key Features of Our E- Invoicing Solution

Real-Time Compliance Reporting

A realistic approach to report the invoices to the government and share valid e-invoices with buyers

Accounts Payable (AP) Process Automation

Validate purchase electronic invoices from suppliers and automate AP process

Integrated Compliance Solution

You can minimize the invoice mismatches during reconciliation using a single window for communication with government portals

Multiple Reports generation/Bulk Invoice uploading

Get multiple reports to keep monitoring your business procedures. Effortless downloading, printing, and sharing of the invoices with your customers

Business and User Management

Generate e-invoicing at office locations such as business unit, division, and warehouse level. Ensure data security by providing the role and permission-based access to users

Customer Support

24x7 support to identify and address the functional and technical inquiries

Frequently Asked Questions

What is E-Invoicing?

Electronic invoicing or E-invoicing is a new invoicing system in which invoices are validated by GSTN electronically for further use on the GST portal.
Invoice Registration Portal (IRP) will issue identification numbers for every transaction to be managed by GST Network (GSTN).

When will E-invoice be applicable?

From 1 October 2020, E-invoicing is Mandatory applicable to all GST Registered businesses whose annual turnover exceeds 500 crores in the financial year

What is IRP?

IRP is an Invoice Registration Portal managed by the Good and Service Tax Network (GSTN) to validate invoices. Once taxpayers verify all the details in the invoice, the IRP will generate a unique invoice reference (IRN), Quick Response (QR) code, and digitally sign the invoice. The taxpayers will get signed invoice electronically by IRP

What is IRN?

IRN is a 64-character unique identification number generated by IRP for uploading each invoice by taxpayers. IRN is an amalgamation of the supplier GSTIN + Financial Year + Document Type + Document Number. It will be unique for each invoice

Under the E-Invoicing system, which documents need to be reported to the Government?

  1. Credit note
  2. Reverse charge invoice
  3. Supplier invoice
  4. Debit note
  5. Other documents as required by law.