Saravanan has led YENNES since inception and has grown the business organically. He has a natural flair for marketing and the technological knowledge gained over the years has ensured that YENNES grows profitably. He started his career with the knowledge of Tally and has ensured that YENNES is one of the top partners of Tally in India. He has been instrumental in creating a solid team with a clear focus on customer delight that now boasts itself as a solution provider than just being a product partner.
Bharati Saravanan Director Operations
Bharati is an accomplished HR professional and has been instrumental in building a committed team of go getters. She identifies the human resource requirements based on the growth and strategy and designs the people practices that ensure maximum productivity and performance. She ensures that the policies and programs are put to practice while enabling and empowering the team to create value to all stake holders.
S Saiseshan Director, Strategy and Sales
S Saiseshan (Sai) has more than two decades of experience in Sales and Strategy across industries. He has been a key member of the company's strategy team for new business generation, alliances, acquisitions and identifying channel sales/technology partners. He has identified and inked alliance opportunities with product development companies, software vendors, clients and channels in Capital Markets and Banking. In Business Development, he has several years of experience in generating sales leads, converting prospects to accounts and market/client specific market strategy. He also has exposure to back office functions of stock exchanges, brokerages and mutual funds and has the unique experience in setting up of an FII and consulting for NRIs on RBI clearances.
R Nagaiah Director, IT Solutions
Nagaiah is responsible for building solutions and holding the solution repository. The customer delivery function also rolls into him and he heads internal IT. He has been instrumental in building Tally competencies within YENNES and has a holistic view of the organization having worked in various capacities within YENNES - he started his career with YENNES.
M Manikandan CFO
Manikandan (Mani) is responsible for Finance, Admin and Audit. Mani has cross industry experience of handling finance and purchase for more than 20 years and is part of the core team of YENNES. He also has the additional responsibility of ensuring investment needs are met in time..
Home » Intra State E-way Bill : Things to watch out for
It has been almost two months since the inter state e-way bill for movement of goods was rolled out across the nation on the 1st of April, 2018. In parallel, it was decided that intra state e-way bill too shall be rolled out in a phased manner from April 15th, once the system had sufficiently stabilised, with roughly four to five states coming on board every week. Karnataka was the first to join the bandwagon, as it adopted the intra-state e-way bill system from 1st April itself. As of now, a total of 22 states have now gone live – Andhra Pradesh, Arunachal Pradesh, Bihar, Gujarat, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh, Meghalaya, Nagaland, Sikkim, Telengana, Tripura, Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh, Puducherry, Assam, Rajasthan – with Lakshwadeep and Chandigarh being the latest entrants, adopting the intrastate EWB on May 25th.
If official records are to be considered, the entire implementation of the system and the generation of inter-state e-way bills nationwide has been largely successful. Till the 13th of May, i.e. in a period of almost 45 days, more than 4.15 crore e-way bills have been successfully generated, which included more than 1 crore intra state e-way bills for movement of goods. The path thus looks smooth for rest of India to become part of the system as well – Maharashtra is looking to take the leap for intra-state e-way bill on May 31st and Punjab and Goa from June 1st. In any case, both interstate EWB as well as intra state e-way bills for movement of goods will become mandatory from June 3rd, 2018 – which implies that businesses across the country will need to factor in the same, while planning for their respective consignments.
Here’s listing 7 things you can keep in mind, as you prepare your business for the intra state e-way bill:
You can generate the intra state e-way bill using your GSTIN by logging on to http://ewaybillgst.gov.in. The e-way bill registration process can be completed in a matter of minutes
E-way bill generation will be done when the value of the taxable consignment, along with the tax value, is more than INR 50000
If you have sent material for Job Work then either you or the Job Worker can generate the e-way bill
As a supplier, you can authorize the transporter, e-commerce operator or the courier agency to fill Part A of the e-way bill
If the distance between your primary place of business and that of the transporter is less than 50 KMs, only Part A of the e-way bill is required to be filled, and Part B is not required to be filled
Once the e-way bill is generated, the recipient of goods can confirm or deny the receipt of goods before the actual delivery or 72 hours, whichever is earlier
In cases where the goods are being transported by railways, aeroplane or ship, the e-way bill can only be generated by the supplier or a recipient, and not by the transporter. However, in such cases, an e-way bill can be generated even after the goods shipment has started
It can be safely said that with businesses adhering to these intra state e-way bill guidelines, and with the tax authorities working in tandem to ensure the right compliances for the inter state e-way bill, the nation-wide single e-way bill will soon be a successful reality. Coupled with the obvious advantages of robust technology that businesses will look to use, this will surely ensure seamless commerce across state borders, something which is bound to give both businesses as well as the government authorities a lot of relief in the time to come.