TAIT ‘Paathshaala’ Teach Aspects Of Tally Software

TAIT ‘Paathshaala’ Teach Aspects Of Tally Software

 Mumbai, ATAITpril 1: Trade Association of Information Technology (TAIT), has successfully launched its ambitious TAIT Paathshaala programme this month in Mumbai. This programme has been launched for TAIT members and their staff with the tag line ‘K
uch Naya Sikhte Hain
‘ (Will learn something new).

Rushabh Shah, the president of TAIT  was instrumental in conceptualization of this project. He kick-started the first edition of this project titled Office Suites and Spreadsheet productivity (Click here to read). Rushabh Shah, said, “The objective of this Paathshaala is to educate our members on day-to-day business related challenges and taking an effective approach to their business productivity. It is overwhelming to see that our members attended and appreciated the workshop.”

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The second workshop was conducted with a focus on Tally ERP b
y Ketan Gandhi,  a three Star Tally Certified Partners with over a decade of experience. The workshop demonstrated the New Tally Capabilities and answers were given to various queries raised by the participants.

‘New Statutory Features in Tally. ERP9 Release 5.x’ was an
other topic discussed during the session that explained Tally has simplified Statutory Taxes management and feature related to VAT was specifically dwelt upon.  With the new update, the process of setting up of Masters is now simplified. Multiple VAT Classification can now be handled easily and accurately.

In the open house session, queries related to handling e-commerce sales transactions and generating related reports, multi tax in single invoice, usage of delivery challans salesman wise outstanding and more were answered.

Apurva Tawde said the PDC feature was very interesting a
nd Surekha Peta found the inventory coverage very useful.  Sulochana Shauli Said, “Such workshops are very important for our continuous learning”. Shashikala Yadav “the sales analysis will help in a better understanding of the movement”.

Manish Shah of J K Computers and Devendra of D C Infotech echoed “As business owners, we need to have an eagle view of accounts and this workshop has given them lots of insights and we applaud TAITs efforts for the same.”