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RWS Website Solutions

Websites built on common applications like WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, Magento
Websites built on popular development stacks like LAMP, LEMP, MEAN, Node.Js
Websites that are unlikely to scale beyond 5 servers
Customers who want to manage their own web server and resources
Customers who want one console to manage their web server, DNS, and networking

As a business, if you are not blogging, you are missing out on a valuable touch-point for existing customers, potential clients, and industry peers. Corporate blogs have become the most effective channel to promote your products and services and even announce a new launch and initiatives. The blog will become a cost-effective brand building and image enhancing tool. You can undertake public relations campaigns or comment on a social cause using the blog. They are a great way for your business to show a personal side to the world. In addition to having a method of reach prospects, a blog allows you to create fresh content on a regular basis – and search engines love fresh content! A properly designed and maintained blog gives search engines exactly what they want, and gives you a higher search engine ranking and exposure to your most likely customers.

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User Management

The User Administration tool allows Nexis®UK customers to manage their own user accounts without assistance from customer support. … Manage limited subscriptions by suspending, reactivating, and permanently deactivating user IDs. Change the way users interact with the product by assigning users to preference group Oracle User Management. User Management. Everything in oracle requires privileges which can be granted, oracle is based on giving the least amount of privilege. The main aspects of Oracle security management are. Controlling access to data (authorization)

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Payment & Receipt

Receipts and proof of purchase. A receipt or proof of purchase is a document that you provide to your customers as record of their purchase of your goods or services. A receipt can be in the form of a tax invoice, or a printed cash register or hand written receipt. Yes and no. You usually only need proof of purchase when goods are faulty; so abank statement or other proof can take the place of a receipt. If it’s not faulty, you have no rights, therefore if store policy says a receipt’s needed, it’s needed.

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E-way

EWay Bill is the short form of Electronic Way Bill. … When eWay Bill is generated, a unique eWay Bill Number (EBN) is made available to the supplier, recipient and the transporter. The eWay Bill replaces the Way Bill, which was a physical document and existed during the VAT regime for the movement of goods. It was used to monitor movement of goods to/ from a state in order to check tax evasion. A way bill is typically required to accompany goods on their movement from consignor to consignee. … It is generated electronically on the eway billportal. Since imports and exports have been considered as inter-state supplies under the GST act, the eway bill is required to be issued for these transactions as well. For imports, the eway bill will be generated by the importer. The exporter is liable to generate the eway bill for export supplies. Cases When Eway Bill is Not RequiredEway Bill or Electronic Way Bill is a document or bill that can be generated electronically on Eway Bill portal by a consignor for movement of his goods from one place to another place; it can be within the state or outside. The Eway bill, an electronic system, has to be generated by traders when they have to move their goods within the state or outside. … The intra-state transport Eway bill limit will be revised (from the current Rs 50,000) to Rs 1 lakh,” he told the gathering. EWay Bill is the short form of Electronic Way Bill. It is a unique document/bill, which is electronically generated for the specific consignment/movement of goods from one place to another, either inter-state or intra-state and of value more than INR 50,000, required under the current GST regime