New Delhi [India], November 16 (ANI): India's leading business solution software firm, Marg ERP, on Thursday, launched a new programme, Project Vistaar - Ek Kadam Pragati Ki Aur to facilitate SMEs, MSMEs, retailers, distributors and other business enterprises, initiate and smoothly transition to GST.
Project Vistaar is focused at 65,000 IT software and hardware vendors in the country. The company with this new project hopes to bring at least 25 percent of them in the network within seven days of the launch and also achieve 5,000 Master Partner License Activation to enhance its network with Marg Master Partners (MMP).
"Creating ease for technology adoption has always been a priority for Marg ERP. We are happy to announce this visionary project which will be of immense value to IT vendors, accountants, account writing professional, GST practitioners, and chartered accountant and sales tax practitioners," said MD Sales and Marketing, Marg ERP, Sudhir Singh.
"This step will help every IT vendor, tax professional and CA fraternity to associate with India's TOP inventory and accounting software brand. We are aiming for the root of the tree and are sure that this is one of the most progressive way to build a better GST-enabled Eco-system," added Singh.
Elaborating on the benefits for MMPs, Singh said, "It will ensure a large network for them in the shortest possible time. It will provide visibility and create a demand for their products and services. MMPs' teams will get enabled to build network and going forward they can appoint Marg partners wherever possible."
With its dedicated approach towards customers, technology and innovation, Marg has been capturing new opportunities for profitable business growth.
"By signing up partners become eligible for lifetime Marg Perpetual License in addition to getting the software at the discounted price of Rs. 7200/- + GST , the actual cost of which is Rs. 25,200/- +GST. There is no signing up amount or deposit fee, no commitment of business, only the assurance that the vendor will refer clients as and when the opportunity arises," concluded Singh. (ANI)