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23 Oct 2018, Edition - 1197, Tuesday

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Coimbatore

Mobile app to monitor GST filing status launched

Covai Post Network

Govreports, an Australian based tech company launched a mobile application on Saturday, ‘GST Avatar’ to monitor GST filing status and enabling easy file sharing. The company was found in Coimbatore.

According to a statement, ‘GST Avatar’ is a user friendly mobile application currently available for free in google play store. The application enables user to monitor GST filing status and also sharing documents stored in cloud between the business and customer.

“This application is designed mainly targeting small and medium scale traders and since it operates on cloud, the digital files can be accessed from any device using a login name and password. In future, businessmen can also use the application for GST filing. The application eases data matching, where an invoice from a seller has to match with buyer,” P. Rajapandian, Business Relation Manager of Govreports, told reporters.

“Govreports has been offering digital solutions for GST in Australia since 2001. The company uses a similar platform here except for the change in tax rates,” the release added.

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