B2Boost implements the CTC for BT India
On October 1st 2020, India officially enforced the CTC-Continuous Transaction Controls regime around invoicing. This reform is considered to be the second biggest tax development after the rollout of Goods and Services Tax (GTS) and therefore was a major challenge and move for all suppliers and partners involved in this Indian reform.
With the support of its partner Sovos, B2Boost has successfully implemented the E2E solution within its E-Invoicing service for its trusted customer British Telecommunications (BT).
This implementation includes multiple layers of logic and processes to interact with the IRP from the Indian government but also customised features on the regional E-Invoicing portal instance along with automated notifications/reports providing monitoring and analytics on the invoices issued by BT and validated by IRP.
With the implementation of this GST Mandate in India, B2Boost is demonstrating once again its domain of expertise in the E-Invoicing sector by delivering ad-hoc E-Invoicing solution complying with regional mandatory system across the world.