LexisNexis India and Taxsutra together bring out an innovative and powerful online reference tool for Tax Professionals
LexisNexis India, a leading global provider of business information solutions and legal database, has joined hands with Taxsutra, which is a one-stop destination for all updates and analysis of domestic and international income tax rulings and news, to bring out a new innovative product–‘Orange’.
Orange aims at leveraging the strengths of LexisNexis India and Taxsutra to provide a first-of-its-kind, unique online experience to tax professionals. Orange will have ten volumes of the prestigious Chaturvedi & Pithisaria’s Income Tax Law, covering over 85,000 judicial decisions that are meticulously arranged under approximately 25,000 headings and sub-headings in electronic format, along with the historical database of the income tax case rulings of the last 6-7 decades, offering more than 70,000 full text judgments.
Orange is specifically designed keeping in mind the needs of tax professionals. Orange aims at providing the most relevant search results from 70,000 full text judgments and 280 Income Tax Sections. The database can be classified on the basis of judgments, the names of judges and counsels, Income Tax Sections, etc., and moreover, navigation is simple, easy and user-friendly with unique features, such as highlighting content within content.
Mr. Mohan Ramaswamy, Managing Director, LexisNexis Legal & Professional India, said, “Orange perfectly complements our existing range of online offerings in the legal segment. LexisNexis India is committed to help its customers become more proficient and productive in their professions and this remarkable search tool, Orange, in partnership with TaxSutra, will meet the critical research needs of a large set of legal and tax professionals.”
Mr. Shreesh Chandra, Director-CCA (Legal, Tax, Accounting), LexisNexis Legal & Professional, India, spoke about the tax professionals’ need for personalized user-specific content and said, “I am confident that this tool will help them do power search by displaying similar cases. Users can access both the original case law and commentarieswith one click. This is one-of-its-kind offering, combining the best of both case law and authoritative online tax commentary from Chaturvedi & Pithisaria.”
Mr. Arun Giri & Mr. Ameya Kunte, Co-founders, Taxsutra, see this new partnership as integral to their goal of equipping tax professionals with pioneering technology and world-class content and said, “Orange will serve as a remarkable tool for online case laws research,powered by a robust search engine, that will arm tax professionals with relevant search results in a faster, easier and more effective way.”