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Company Profile

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This section is for managing the comprehensive details of your company. You can easily create brands, add selling locations, edit or customize any of them if needed.

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Figure 1a: Profile - Mainscreen


Here, you can view, edit and add your brands. To edit a brand, simply click on the brand image. You may refer the below video to know more.

Video: How To Add Brands on Fynd Platform

Similar to editing a brand, you can create a new brand by clicking Add New.


Here, you can view, edit and add selling locations of your company. If you want to add a new location, click Add New.

Video: How To Add Selling Locations on Fynd Platform

  1. Input selling location information, including essential details and contact information.


Figure 3a: Selling Location- Basic Details

  1. Enter store location using map assistance; if manually entered address doesn't match, your location won't be verified.


Figure 3b: Store Location

  1. Provide GST details and upload relevant documents.


Figure 3c: GST Details

  1. Specify your store's operating hours in the timings section. If order acceptance timings align with operational hours, activate the Same as Operational Timing toggle. If they differ, set order acceptance timings separately.

  2. Include average order processing time and specify holidays relevant to your store locations. The duration starting from when a customer places an order until it gets packed defines the seller-side processing time. It includes the average order processing time and the consideration of holidays, as indicated in the holiday calendar.


Figure 3d: Average Order Processing Time

  1. Toggle other order-related processes ON or OFF as needed, and save the location.

Return - Use this option if you want the products sold by a given location, to be returned to another selling location of your company, and not the given location.


Figure 4: Configuring Order Return

e-Invoice - Click here to know how to enable e-Invoice.

e-Way Bill - Click here to know how to enable e-Way Bill.


Here, you can modify the business details of your company furnished by you at the time of account creation.


Figure 5: Company Details

Here, you can edit and upload new identification documents for your business account. You may add and upload the details of the following documents:

  • PAN Card - A PAN card is a card issued under the Income Tax Act, 1961 and it contains a unique 10-digit alphanumeric code. This code is computer-generated and is unique to the holder of the card.

  • GST - Goods and Services Tax Identification Number (GSTIN) or GST Number is a 15-digit alpha-numeric number assigned to a business or person registered under the GST Act. GSTIN is utilized by tax authorities to maintain records of GST dues and payments of those who are registered under the GST Act.

  • CIN number - Corporate Identification Number (CIN) is a 21 digit alpha-numeric number provided to all Private Limited Companies, One Person Companies, Companies owned by Government of India, State Government Companies, Not-for-Profit, Nidhi Companies, etc. registered in India.

  • Digital Signature - A digital signature, as suggested by the name, refers to the digital equivalent of a handwritten signature or a stamped seal.


Figure 6: Legal Document

Edit Legal Documents

Support Details

Here, you can add and update email address and phone number of your company. You may add more than one email address and phone number.


Figure 7a: Company's Email and Phone Number


Figure 7b: Edit Support Details

Taxation Details

If you're eligible for GST composition scheme, you can pay tax at a fixed rate, i.e. 1% to 6%, of your annual turnover depending on the products you sell.


Figure 8a: Support Details

Enter the composite tax percentage in the Tax Rate field.


Figure 8b: Edit Support Details


In spite of adding a composite tax rate in Profile, your products need to have HSN codes. The composite tax rate will be taken into consideration only during the invoicing stage, and the HSN tax rate will be ignored. Click here to read more.