E-Invoicing Software

Easiest Web Application to Generate

E-invoice & E-Way Bill in 2 Minutes

   Scalable & Customizable Invoices as per Business Requirements

   Option to Upload via Excel templates

   Preferable for Businesses doing Invoicing in Excel or Manually

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Key Features

Simple & Easy going

This Invoicing Software is a piece of cake for every individual and makes generation of invoices and bills at one’s ease.

Minimal Efforts

Reduce your manual data entry by utilizing our Dealer Master & Item Master options that removes data redundancy.

Computerized Tax Calculation

Estimates precise tax computation as well as GST accounting automatically thus saving a lot of time and energy.

Seamless Bulk Invoicing

Enables one to generate bulk invoices at a single click by uploading Excel templates thereby making your E-Invoicing more quick and trouble free.

Customer Oriented

Allows you to print your invoice in a customizable format as per your needs together with the company’s Logo, QR Code and E-way bills too.

User Level Roles

Permits the users to have access over their sensitive data and carry out some specific operations like viewing invoices and creating accounts.

How it Works...

Our Products


Generate error free invoices with perfect precision through Managed APIs. Excellent multitasker designed to manage and maintain encryption/decryption and OAuth token.

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Executes complicated format conversions to provide easily understandable input for government portals. Most ideal method of e-invoicing for bulk generations.

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Most appropriate customisable application for people with budget restraints. Allows you to upload data in multiple formats including Excel to carry out e-invoicing without a hitch.

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A time saver software designed to print e-invoice along with QR Code and IRN. Flexible enough to generate, cancel, print and extend accurate bills at the push of a single button.

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Customisable and SAP technologies included product assures end to end secure data transfer without any additional hardware or server. Enables quicker data reporting and flexible deployment options.

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Facilitates connection to all databases, platforms, and file formats. Guarantees compliance reporting with high degree precision.

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Why us?

Because… We add value !!


Endure the blended proficiency of our well versed CAs, Software Engineers and Information security professionals that provide you with the foremost quality facilities.

Govt. Approved GSP

We are enlightened to apprise that we are a government approved GSP and hold a direct access to APIs issued by the Government of India

Robust & Flexible Technology

Offering compliant and resilient assistance, we are apt in handling your extensive data with efficiency even during your busiest times.

Data Security

We operate in encrypted transmission and therefore are reliable enough to keep your sensitive data under highly secured server.

Support and Advisory

We aid to offer you our unending 24/7 welfare and technical supervision by our GST experts and technicians in order to add value to your business.


ISO 27001:2013 Compliant

Govt. Approved GST Suvidha Provider (GSP)

Secured MPLS Connectivity


1. What is ‘e-invoicing’?
As per Rule 48(4) of CGST Rules, notified class of registered persons have to prepare invoice by uploading specified particulars of invoice (in FORM GST INV-01) on Invoice Registration Portal (IRP) and obtain an Invoice Reference Number (IRN). After following above ‘e-invoicing’ process, the invoice copy containing inter alia, the IRN (with QR Code) issued by the notified supplier to buyer is commonly referred to as ‘e-invoice’ in GST. Because of the standard e-invoice schema (INV-01), ‘e-invoicing’ facilitates exchange of the invoice document (structured invoice data) between a supplier and a buyer in an integrated electronic format. Please note that ‘e-invoice’ in ‘e-invoicing’ doesn’t mean generation of invoice by a Government portal.
2. Is an invoice/CDN/DBN (required to be reported to IRP by notified person), valid without IRN?
As per Rule 48(4), notified person has to prepare invoice by uploading specified particulars in FORM GST INV-01 on Invoice Registration Portal and after obtaining Invoice Reference Number (IRN). As per Rule 48(5), any invoice issued by a notified person in any manner other than the manner specified in Rule 48(4), the same shall not be treated as an invoice. So, the document issued by notified person becomes legally valid only with an IRN. However, in the initial period of operation, Government has given a relaxation that invoices raised by notified taxpayers during October, 2020 without following e-invoice procedure (i.e. uploading invoice details on e-invoice portal (IRP), obtaining IRN and issuing invoice with QR Code) will be deemed to be valid and no penalty will be there if the IRN for such invoices is obtained within 30 days of date of invoice. It was also specified that no such relaxation would be available for the invoices issued from 1st November 2020.
3. What documents are presently covered under e -invoicing?
a. Invoices b. Credit Notes c. Debit Notes, when issued by notified class of taxpayers (to registered persons (B2B) or for the purpose of Exports) are currently covered under e-invoice. Though different documents are covered, for ease of reference and understanding, the system is referred as ‘e-invoicing’.
4. What supplies are presently covered under e -invoice?
Supplies to registered persons (B2B), Supplies to SEZs (with/without payment), Exports (with/without payment), Deemed Exports, by notified class of taxpayers are currently covered under e-invoicing.
5. B2C (Business to Consumer) supplies can also be reported by notified persons?
B2C invoices by notified persons is not applicable/allowed currently. However, they will be brought under e-invoice in the next phase.
6. Is e-invoicing applicable for NIL-rated or wholly-exempt supplies?
No. In those cases, a bill of supply is issued and not a tax invoice.
7. Whether the financial/commercial credit notes also need to be reported to IRP?
No, only the credit and debit notes issued under Section 34 of CGST/SGST Act have to be reported.