By : M.S.Yatnatti: Editor and Video Journalist Bengaluru : India need to bring in better taxation options by reducing taxes to maximum of 5% in many items of goods and services as masses will pay tax in the new era of GST and government will expect more tax revenues .PC is the king in the GST era and Accounting packages rule the roost and accountants will be in great demand ..Take example of personnel computing which are transforming cottage industries into small businesses by using design software's and internet connectivity and reaching online market place. Ultimately PC is the tool and work horse capable of handling heavy duty tasks and multitasking for businesses. This is why PC enabled SMES will succeed in the new era of GST technology deployment .With India implementing the much-awaited Goods & Services Tax, Dell, India's leading technology brand and trusted partner for businesses, has announced the launch of its GST-ready PCs. With this launch, Dell is aiming to empower small businesses with the GST advantage, offering a technology solution and a comprehensive ecosystem to help small businesses become GST-ready .As GST, a technology-based taxation system, requires compliance through a digital platform, it becomes imperative for small businesses to make a seamless transition into the new system of taxation. The advantage that small businesses have is the flexibility to adopt new technology quickly, as they are nimble and agile. Dell's GST-ready PCs will not only enable easy understanding of the system, but also will give an upper hand in the process of transition within the stipulated period of time, without affecting the smooth running of the business. This not only allows smooth adoption of the new taxation system, but will also be a contribution to their overall digital transformation .Dell will educate small business associations in clusters across key markets, on the role of technology in making businesses GST ready, via digital and on-ground trainings that use interactive content demos. As part of its efforts towards enhancing PC Literacy, Dell will engage with small businesses across its Dell Exclusive stores (DES) and will be launching a series of education programs across platforms, which will be implemented in 8 languages to affect wider outreach.