Amid growing criticism over the continuous failure of the new income tax e-filing portal, marred by glitches since its inception on June 7, the Infosys MD and CEO, Salil Parekh on Monday met the Union finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman to explain why the global technology giant, Infosys was able to swiftly run the e-filing portal. According to finance ministry sources, the company CEO Parekh during his meeting with the finance minister, Sitharaman, tried to allay fears regarding any future glitches on the new IT e-filing portal while assuring that a high-tech team has been deployed to monitor and manage the portal operations. The finance minister has given a September 15 deadline, to Infosys for fixing all the issues related to the new IT portal. The new IT portal was inaccessible for over two days, Infosys late on Sunday said "emergency maintenance on the website has concluded and it is now live." The new income tax e-filing portal 'www.incometax.gov.in' had a rough start from the day of its launch, which still continues. The users have complained that certain functionalities on the portal were still unavailable or working slow. The Union ministry earlier summoned Parekh on Monday over continuing glitches in the… Read full this story
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