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Zeta launches online leave travel application on its app

Optima LTA Card is built on Zeta's digital platform that is uniquely designed to process LTA claims the paperless way.

, ET Bureau|
Updated: Jan 11, 2017, 01.48 PM IST
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Zeta team at the back-end tracks the shortest distance between two destinations using a government-approved database and thereby enable accurate assessment.
Zeta team at the back-end tracks the shortest distance between two destinations using a government-approved database and thereby enable accurate assessment.
MUMBAI: Mumbai-based technology company Zeta, which works in the employee tax savings space has launched digital Leave Travel Allowance (LTA) solution. Known as the Optima LTA Card, this solution will help organisations manage employees' leave travel allowance claims and reimbursements digitally and enable employees to submit claims instantly.

Optima LTA Card is built on Zeta's digital platform that is uniquely designed to process LTA claims the paperless way. Moreover, Optima LTA Card is compliant with all legal mandates set by the Income Tax Department. Zeta team at the back-end tracks the shortest distance between two destinations using a government-approved database and thereby enable accurate assessment.

"Optima LTA Card reinforces our commitment to make tax-saving solutions easily accessible for all. As our country is moving to a digital era, the digitised LTA solution is a good alternative to the otherwise process-plagued tax benefit solutions and is easy to manage for organisations and for employees to avail," said Bhavin Turakhia, chief executive of Zeta.
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