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Dakar, April 17 (APS) – Orbus Link Accountants, a new platform to review the electronic signature of financial reports, will ensure a better fluidity between the savings and the recipient, Ibrahima Nour Eddine Diagne, GAINDE 2000 General Manager said on Wednesday.

"All the added value of this platform is to allow digital continuity between the depositor and the end-user," he said during the presentation workshop of this visualization platform, the electronic signature of the financial statements.

The Orbus Link accountant will be operational by the end of this week, will be limited to authorized accountants and users of electronic signatures, said GAINDE 2000, a company specializing in Information and Communication Technologies (ICT).

According to him, this new platform aims specifically at declarants, commissioners empowered to create an electronic visa and a portion of the taxes intended to obtain those visas.

If there is an interruption in this digital continuity, the platform will also be able to connect the chain and secure it, he explained.

He stressed that this launch ceremony is a chance for GAINDE 2000 to "make the platform even more robust and more efficient, so that Senegal becomes a pioneer in the field of dematerialization of taxes."

"We have taken the initiative to build this platform to enable everyone who wants to see their financial reports to get in touch with accountants," he added, pointing out that he allows an accountant, When the visa is completed, make it electronically visible to his partners.

"We are at a research stage. This is not a platform that the General Directorate for Taxes has confirmed as the one that has to transfer financial reports," Diagne said.

"This platform will follow the visa process introduced since last year for large companies," said Seregne Moustapha Ka, President of the Chartered Accountants' Association of Senegal.

He pointed out that this platform will enable the complete dematerialization of the financial reporting process.


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