back to article Indian tax authorities summon Infosys to explain glitchy tax portal’s obvious shortcomings

Infosys has been hauled in by India’s Ministry of Finance to explain the glitchy e-tax system it developed for the nation. The portal was launched on June 8th, with much ministerial fanfare about how it would benefit India. The next day government figures stopping smiling, because the portal proved significantly sub-optimal. …

  1. ShadowSystems

    Quietly watching...

    Munching popcorn & wondering what will happen next.

    1. Anonymous Coward
      Anonymous Coward

      Re: Quietly watching...

      Not even HCL got such a bollocking over the Max.

  2. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    I wonder

    If its an enterprisy solution. Like Excel 2003

    Don't knock it. Self assessment runs on excel 97 and VBA. 2003 would be ultra modern.

  3. Sparkus Bronze badge

    Glad to see

    that Infosys' glitchy tax platforms have made it back to their home market......

  4. FozzyBear
    Pirate

    Infosys really should change their name to "Seagull Solutions"

    They swoop in, steal your money, shit all over everything, then fly away before anyone realises the mess they have made.

  5. Potemkine! Silver badge

    It's always the fault of the software editor, because the client never ever tests and approves development before putting into production.

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