Kayayaz E-Invoice Project

1. Subject and Purpose of the Project

This project is the development of a desktop software application that includes low-cost invoice tracking and e-invoice upload tracking so that micro and small-scale companies can use integrated systems with e-government. In this context, since the invoice template is designed as a standard in the e-invoice portal of the GIB, which is free of charge, suitable images are not created for every company. In addition, all invoices are entered manually and one by one. With this project, invoice information will be recorded and the business will be able to issue invoices faster, display them and upload them to the portal. From an innovative point of view, it is aimed to phase this project, to develop module by module, and even to provide a possible transformation to MRP II and ERP (KKP).

2. Rationale of the Project

There is currently no such project. Businesses in the market either still use paper invoices or constantly pay top-up costs by using very large software. This application will be transformed into an ERP (KKP) enterprise resource planning application with continuous R&D and it will become competitive with other brands in the international arena. With the KAYA YAZ E-Government project, it is planned to reach 70% of the companies currently operating in our region. In this way, businesses will be able to follow their processes with technology more accurately, quickly and in an integrated manner. The product to be obtained from this project will also be transformed into an application for mobile devices, enabling the enterprise to access and report invoices anytime and anywhere. This will be after the completion of the software of the desktop.

3. Desired Outputs and Usage Areas to be Obtained with the Project

What will be done in the first phase with this project;

1. Sales invoice (wholesale, retail, return)

2. Invoice of purchase (wholesale, retail, return)

The above-mentioned invoices will be printed in UBL and XML formats. In addition, automatic customer and supplier cards will be opened with each entered and received invoice. In addition, these invoices will be reported or seen between two dates..

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