Reliance and SAP join forces to leverage taxpayers a streamline and innovative experience under the GST regime
Reliance Corporate IT Park Limited (“RCITPL”) inks a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with SAP to launch ‘SARAL GST’ solution for taxpayers in the GST regime.
The new offering will comply with Government’s new GST system and will enable taxpayers to access the new tax regime.
GST is sought to be rolled out from July 1, 2017.
SARAL GST is built with the expertise of RCITPL as GST Suvidha Provider (GSP) and SAP as Application Service Provider (ASP).
SARAL GST focuses on streamlining operations, unified support and high-quality service with advance scalability and security.
As a GSP, RCITPL will connect ASPs to the Government’s GST system through Jio MPLS network. SAP, in its role as ASP, will enable taxpayers to effectively create, manage and file GST Returns in a simple, safe and seamless environment.
This collaboration is known to offer the full potential of GST and boosts the success of Digital India initiative.
“GST is not just a tax reform but is an unprecedented opportunity for companies to improve functional efficiencies and realize increased profitability,” said Neeraj Athalye, Head, S/4HANA & GST Adoption Drive, SAP India. “Besides helping businesses get compliant with the new law seamlessly, SARAL GST will also enable them to benefit from the GST vision.”
“We see GST as the next avenue to enrich and enhance the nation’s Digital Life experience,” said Rajkumar N. Pugalia, Head, Reliance GST Initiatives. “SARAL GST represents the extension of the two-decade partnership between SAP and Reliance to help tax payers transform into a secure digital enterprise with end-to-end support.”