Income Tax New Website: Information technology company Infosys on Wednesday hoped that the problems with the Income Tax Department’s new e-filing website would be resolved this week and that it would work smoothly. The company said this a day after Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman asked Infosys about the technical difficulties in the new e-filing website.
It is noteworthy that Sitharaman on Tuesday asked Infosys and its chairman Nandan Nilekani to address technical difficulties in the Income Tax Department’s new e-filing website. The Finance Minister has taken this step after complaining from a large number of users on Twitter.
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Infosys said on Twitter on Wednesday, “Our team is working to resolve the technical issues. We hope the website will start working smoothly this week. Infosys has been contracted to develop the next generation income tax filing system. Purpose.
The finance minister announced on Tuesday morning that he would launch a new income tax filing portal via Twitter. Soon, however, numerous complaints from users began pouring in on their Twitter timeline. Later, Sitharaman said on Twitter, “I have seen complaints about technical difficulties in my timeline. Hope Infosys and Nandan Nilekani will not disappoint our taxpayers in service quality.”
Later, in response to Sitaraman’s tweet late in the evening, Nilekani wrote that on the first day there were some technical problems and Infosys was working to solve them. “New e-filing portal for filing tax returns. It simplifies the communication process and users get better experience. On the first day there are some technical issues and Infosys is working to solve them. Infosys regrets the technical difficulties and the system is restored in a week.”
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