E-Invoicing Software

Generate and Manage E-Invoices directly from your ERP

E-Invoicing

E-Invoicing Workflow

E-Invoicing Workflow

autoTax can integrate with any ERP through APIs, SFTP

  • SAP
  • Oracle
  • Microsoft Dynamics NAV
  • Tally
  • Marg
  • ERPs

We help companies reduce their compliance effort

Sales Register

REAL TIME COMPLIANCE REPORTING

Report invoices to government on real-time basis and share valid E-Invoices with buyers

Purchase Register

AP PROCESS AUTOMATION

Validate purchase E-Invoices from suppliers and automate AP process

Inventory

UNIFIED COMPLIANCE SOLUTION

Single window for communication with all three government portals

Reports

REPORTS

Multiple reports to help you keep a tab on your business

Directory

DIRECTORY

Build customer, supplier, transporter, item and tax masters

Business Management

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

Generate invoicing at business unit, division and warehouse level

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USER MANAGEMENT

Ensure data security with role and permission based access for users

Customer Support

CUSTOMER SUPPORT

Continuous support to help address functional and technical queries

Frequently Asked Questions

E-Invoicing is a new invoicing system introduced in the GST regime. This system does not generate invoices from a central portal of the tax department, but it only specifies the invoice schema and standard so that the e-invoices generated can be read and operated by all accounting/billing software and businesses uniformly. Businesses will have to create B2B invoices on their internal systems – whether ERP or any other accounting/billing system and get the invoice authenticated electronically by the Government.

E-Invoicing is mandatorily applicable from 1 October 2020 for all GST registered businesses whose annual turnover in the financial year exceeds INR 500 crores.

Invoice Registration Portal (IRP) is a portal managed by the Goods and Service Tax Network (GSTN) to authenticate invoices. After verifying the details in the invoice submitted by the taxpayer, the IRP generates a unique Invoice Reference Number (IRN), Quick Response (QR) code and digitally signs the invoice. The IRP will electronically send the signed e-invoice back to the taxpayer.

The hash computed by the IRP is the IRN (Invoice Reference Number). In other words, IRN is a 64 character unique number generated by the IRP for each invoice uploaded by the taxpayer. This IRN is a combination of the Supplier GSTIN + Financial Year + Document Type + Document Number. It will be a unique identifier for each invoice.

  • a. Supplier invoice
  • b. Credit note
  • c. Debit note
  • d. Reverse charge invoice
  • e. Any other documents as required by law

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General Questions on E-Invoice System

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