Corporate affairs ministry to test new MCA21 portal's Version 3 soon

The main purpose of the portal is to facilitate seamless integration and data exchange among regulators.

Ruchika Chitravanshi
labour law

The main purpose of the portal is to facilitate seamless integration and data exchange among regulators.

The corporate affairs ministry will start rigorous testing of its new MCA21 portal’s Version 3, which is expected to be launched by the end of this financial year. The ministry is taking every precaution to avoid the probl­ems like those faced by the recently launched new income-tax portal.
“IT projects are large, and there can be teething problems. We would make sure everything goes glitch-free. We have not faced any problem after the launch of phase one of the new MCA 21 portal. We will start field testing soon,” a senior government official said. The new version is being operated by L&T Infotech. 
“Even the transition from Infosys to L&T Infotech has been glitch-free. We are testing user acceptance to make sure stakeholders are not inconv­enienced,” the senior government official added. The new MCA21 version 3 portal is expected to use artificial intelligence in a big way to improve user experience and

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First Published: Nov 12 2021 | 2:18 AM IST

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