i.am.retailer POS is an online accounting software that manages your finances, keeps you GST compliant, automates business workflows, and helps you work collectively across departments.
To Tamil SMB’s
i.am.retailer POS accounting solution helps small businesses to take informed decisions. Keeps your financial data organized and ensures smooth & efficient accounting transactions.
Unlike other accounting tools, customisation is not a restriction. The solution to your business will reduce the complexity and increases the productivity.
In Every Ways
In our product system, we assure a solely customer service that is prolonged to post sales. To reach us, it has never been made easier before.
Why Fashion Industry
Needs Apparel Management Software?
Reduce the manual errors
To make better decisions like placing new orders , implementing discount schemes
Why Barcode is
Needed in Apparel Fields?
Digital inventory management of goods
Why i.am.retailer POS
We believe that one-size never fits all and our approach is tailored, altered and designed accordingly
Designed for Tamilnadu SMBs
International accounting tools do not scale to Tamil Nadu business solutions i.am.retailer POS’s modern solution reduces the complex modules and helps the small-medium business to make informed-decisions. Creating an invoice, tracking a payment or monitoring the inventory, is all under one roof with simple and easy to use.
Marketing and CRM
Getting noticed, promotion, conversion and closing deals are the crucial part to any business and they are must for SMBs. i.am.retailer POS’s unrivaled CRM systems are built with ability to manage on-field sales workforce. Investing in a high-quality Customer Relationship Management (CRM) tool is a must for any business that wants to take customer- marketing team relationship to the next level.
Global business solutions does not give robust results to all types of business. Your business is unique as like your goals. We tailor the solutions creatively to improve the profit of the company for the hard-workers. i.am.retailer POS’s accounting platform has solutions to all kinds of business.
EXPERIENCED BUSINESS CONSULTANTS
FLEXIBILITY | ROBUST | EXCEEDS EXPECTATION
SWITCH TO EASY ACCOUNTING
SWITCH TO I.AM.RETAILER POS
With i.am.retailer POS You Can
YOUR NEW BEST FRIEND IN HELPING
BUSINESS BEHIND FROM
PRODUCTION TO MARKETING
Software to fuel your growth and build deeper relationships, from first hello to happy customer and beyond
GST Center-With the GST floating on the air, we have extended our learn and support domain in sorting out everything about GST
Gst Guide Center
GST Compliant Invoice
Invoice are central to the GST regime. In the past, invoices were needed for a business to get paid. In GST, every purchase by a business needs to match with a sale by another business-invoices therefore, become key for businesses to avail of various benefits under GST and for filling returns.
When should an invoice be raised:
Any registered business who supplies a product or service should raise an invoice under GST. There are some special cases when an invoice needs to be raised even though a “sale” might not be involved.
- By a business on itself – reverse charge – when its supplier is not registered under GST
- Movement of goods between two branches of a business in different states
There are also cases when an invoice need not be raised even if a sale is involved. For example, if the recipient of a sale is not registered and does not need an invoice, the supplier may choose not to send an invoice for each transaction. Instead, the supplier can provide a consolidated invoice for all transactions.
An invoice for a service needs to be raised within 30 days of delivering the service. An invoice for a product needs to be raised before or at the time of movement of goods.
What Should Be Included In An Invoice:
The GST Council has specified the mandatory information that needs to be included in an invoice. These include
GSTIN of the supplier
GSTIN of the customer
HSN or SAC code of the product(s) or service(s) respectively
Description, value, amount and tax rates of product(s) or services(s) delivered
Place of supply