GST INDIA FORUM - May 18th, 2015 , New Delhi

April 8, 2015 Archana GS

Dear Customer,


SAP has always strived towards understanding its customers’ global and local business needs, delivering solutions that help them run better. Goods and Service Tax (GST)
reform, the biggest taxation legislation in India since 1947, is proposed to be implemented from April 2016. SAP being the technology pioneer is playing a key role in the transition and enablement to the new taxation regime. The flagship event on GST for 2015 - The GST India Forum, will be held on May 18, 2015 at the Taj Palace Hotel, New Delhi.


This Forum will serve as a platform for all of us to collaborate, exchange learning,discuss enablement, impacts and development strategies with regards to its roll-out in India. The Forum will also clearly lay out SAP’s plan to address GST legislation along with sessions on various operational impacts. Agenda of the event will be constantly updated on the event web page.


You are cordially invited to be our guest at this exclusive event. Since the impact of this legislation is predominantly on indirect taxes, request you to forward this invite to all relevant colleagues from the indirect tax cell and the CIO office. Do register and confirm your participation at the earliest. We look forward to your active participation at this forum which will be a first-of-its kind event.


Event Details at a Glance

Date: May 18th, 2015,

Venue: Taj Palace, New Delhi


Register Today - Home | GST India Forum




Best Regards,


Arun Subramanian                                                                                               Manjusha Nair
Vice President l SAP LABS INDIA Pvt. Ltd                                                       Senior Director l SAP Labs India Pvt. Ltd



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