Online Application

Online Application. Bhatnagar (2004) cited that different countries around the world have implemented online business application and registration, filing of corporate tax, and clearance of traded goods through customs, which have in turn reduced the time and costs for businesses and government in processing taxes and have lessened corruption. A research report by Rappa (2017) found out that there are 17 states that allow new businesses to apply online and most of the time completed other transactions necessary in building a business.
In Korea, Hong Kong, Taiwan and United Kingdom anyone may view the register of company names over the web and confirm that the proposed company name is unique. (Djankov, McLiesh & Klein, 2004). On the other hand, in India, their government introduced a project made electronic registration for the companies to eliminate the need for physically filing forms. However, despite of the electronic-made system, there are still delays encountered when registering business in India (Parada, Sakya, Seitz & Shankar, 2010).
Findings by Momo and Darko (2017) revealed that online business application will be able to amend the business processes at Congo. Also, it will help them to obtain a conservative-relational competitive advantage, through the offering of a new product that delivers a superior customer-specific solution, which will be electronic submission of the application, electronic payment of the application fees and electronic delivery of the business permit.
Furthermore, according to traditional market governance technologies, only part of the work (such as online business application) uses network and information-based technologies, while most of the work is still done manually. (Martinelli & Midttun, 2010). Even if the applicants choose to submit online, the paper application is still necessary for the information requested Teague (2016).