EY unveils a cloud-based digital learning solution for GST training needs
EY has announced the launch of GST DigiLearn - a comprehensive, cloud-based digital learning solution to provide systematic and structured training support to meet the GST training needs across an organization. The solution contains the latest GST changes and offers advanced modular packs specifically meant for key functions - sales, procurement, legal, tax and accounts.
Built by EY subject-matter and digital learning experts, GST DigiLearn offers 35 training modules with a total duration of 25 hours. It’s available online and equipped to address potential and practical issues pertaining to GST. Additionally, the tool provides real-life business case-studies, with a focus on story-based and application-oriented learning approach.
Uday Pimprikar, Partner & National Leader, Indirect Tax, EY India, says, “The GST framework contains several nuances that are novel and do not have precedents. Structured education, imparting up-to-date and practical knowledge focusing on operational aspects of GST is an essential requirement to ensure efficiencies for organizations. GST DigiLearn meets these requirements by providing a comprehensive and updated GST training curriculum. It offers a flexible and agile modular delivery to organizations, helping them fully realize the benefits of GST while meeting compliance requirements in the most digital and user-friendly manner.”
GST DigiLearn is relevant for senior management, functional heads, vendors, customers and other users. This solution is easily accessible on laptops/tablets.
Anurag Malik, Partner & India Workforce Advisory Leader, EY India, says, “As organizations adapt to GST, the need for learning sessions across industries and functions to understand GST and its nuances has significantly increased. GST DigiLearnis a cloud-based GST learning platform which can be accessed anywhere, anytime across a variety of platforms (laptops, desktops and tablets). It has been developed to cater to critical learning needs of an organization, be it small or large, and empower the stakeholders to tackle any issues with respect to GST.”