Government of India announced the adoption of electronic invoicing (e-invoicing) from January 2020. Initially, this will on trial, and voluntary, but will in due course be a mandatory requirement for all B2B (Business To Business) invoices.
From a supplier we are getting inventory which is of one time use only. Supplier will provide the inventory only on request, and we do not wish to see the inventory is exhausted. Also we wanted to make sure each bach gets finished in the sequence of applying the same. When we were in MySQL / MariaDB this would have been just another table sorted on primary key and a flag status = ENUM(“new”,”used”). But we are in the “serverless” hype and on AWS with DynamoDB.
‘E-invoicing’ or ‘electronic invoicing’ is a system in which B2B invoices are authenticated electronically by GSTN/IRP portal of Government of India. This is done by issuing/validating an identification number (IRN) and QR code against every invoice for further use by various Government portal like GSTN or EWay Bill portal.
The Indian transportation business faces numerous business and operational challenges – lack of infrastructure, lack of vision to improve efficiencies, not so friendly policy implementations, not recognizing it as a priority sector, the list goes on. They face challenges starting from high operational costs, shortage of trained manpower, capacity constraints, absence of unified policies across the country, unstructured business processes of various industries and SMEs, lack of supply chain efficiencies etc
A content management system (CMS) is an application or set of integrated software services that can be used to manage or create content in the digital form. CMS is generally used for enterprise and web. In the enterprise it facilitates collaboration in the organization by throwing together document management, digital asset management and other type of records holding features, and providing end users with role-based access to the organization’s digital assets.
Every company will have very well laid out rules for the approval of new packaging or change in packaging. It’s all the more important that the top leadership of various functional teams approve the artworks after proper due diligence. Any lapses in this process can make things worse at different stages of packaging production to roll out in the market,