General questions

Systematic,Proper Record Keeping of Accounts, Fast Payment Recovery,Report Ready for GST Filing

Our Software is very easy to understand and to use. All the functionalities are self explainatry. In case of any confusion our team is ready to help you. Person will not require even account or tally training.

Our application comes with Offline and online version. The online version can be used to manage multiple location of Branch.

No, Branch will not have to buy separate license.

2 Days after all the details are provided.

Yes, after paying for 1 Month Packages which would be adjusted in application.

It's easy to use and understand the application.

Anytime when you are ready for Good Process for your Accounting & Billing.

Make Process, Strong & Streamline will help to stay ahead of the competition. It will help in identifying profit and business Growth.

Yes, it is possible for payment receipt and messages which go from the system.

Yes, it can be done header of each report to suit the organization.

It will be provided but it will have some nominal customization charges.

As the Application is offline it does not have any downtime.

We provide online as well as offline support as per the severity of the support.

Yes, it has facility to record credit and debit card payment.

Technical Questions

The license is per year basis.

Data Security

The application is Online and Data is Backuped Daily so in case of any failure there will be no data loss.

Data Can be Maintain for Last 10 Year.


As a GST registered dealer, you are required to provide GST Invoices to your clients. An invoice or a bill is a list of goods sent or services provided, along with the amount due for payment. You can create GST compliant invoices using wiseinvoice.

A tax invoice is issued to charge the tax and pass on for input tax credit. You can easily create it using the wiseinvoice Software A GST Invoice must have the following mandatory fields: Invoice number and date Customer name Customer and taxpayer’s GSTIN (if registered) ** Place of supply HSN code for Products/ SAC code for Services Item details i.e. description, quantity (number), unit (meter, kg etc.), total value Taxable value and discounts The rate and amount of taxes, i.e. CGST/ SGST/ IGST Signature of the supplier.

It is important that the record keeping of the accounts receivable/accounts payable in the books is significantly important to avoid default on the payments/receipts. It is a tedious task to maintain an accurate account of the receivables/payables due.

The difference between a bill and expense is that in Expense you record all the invoices which have been already paid by cash and in Bills we record those invoices which have to be paid. ​ Also, Bills are usually item based so you enter a stock via bills. ​Expenses are more generic, like phone bills are not even entered as items, but as categories that are preset.

What are SGST, CGST and IGST? GST is a tax based on the destination and each person will need to pay GST on any goods and services consumed. This means that the tax will be received by the state in which the goods and services and consumed, not by the state in which the goods are manufactured. To understand how GST is applicable, it is important to know if the transaction is an Intra State or an Interstate supply. If a client is in the same state as the supplier GST will be paid as: CGST (central GST) that will be collected by the center SGST (state GST), that will be collected by the state. *It’s important to mention here that CGST and SGST will be treated as separate entities and will be taxed separately on your invoice. If the client is located in a different state, then GST will be paid as: IGST (integrated GST), that will be collected by the Centre from the buying stage.

"For all registered businesses, issuing invoices with a GSTIN number is mandatory, whether it is a permanent one or a provisional one.A valid GSTIN has 15 digits and is a unique number across the country. GSTIN is made up of: 2 digits: Each state has a unique code under GST. The first 2 digits of each GSTIN represent the state code of the business.Next 10-Digits: These represent the 10 digit PAN number of a business or taxpayer; 3th Digit: This is based on the number of registration in a particular state and is assigned accordingly. 14th Digit: Is represented by the letter Z by default; 15th Digit: This is a checksum digit for the tax department’s use. Can be a number or a letter.".