An Asian nation was struggling with disparate taxation that needed to be unified under the single umbrella of Goods and Services Tax across 38 tax offices. As the only country in the world where traders file taxes on an invoice level, there were significant challenges of high transaction volumes and delayed response times.
Infosys played a pivotal role in executing a large-scale transformation project by creating a platform that unified 38 tax offices from across the country and implementing an award-winning solution for indirect taxation.
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Infosys created a robust solution that helped the country unify 38 tax offices and create one of the most highly ranked websites of the nation
We set up the entire Goods and Services Tax network, laying the base for critical infrastructure
The lightweight and immensely scalable platform can handle 75 million hits per day, more than 50,000 transactions per second and peak filing volumes of 1.2 billion per day
Infosys used an innovative approach to anonymize data (instead of encrypting reams) that ensured system security and performance
The faceless engine of Goods and Services Tax exposes APIs, allowing seamless third party integration and providing services to taxpayers
The Goods and Services Tax portal has helped the government realize revenue to the tune of US $150 billion