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  • State Tax Service launches software PRT testing
    Communications Department of the Secretariat of the CMU, posted 31 December 2019 14:57

    On January 1, 2020, an official launch of beta testing of the software payment transaction recorders (PRT) "PRROsto" is planned. This is free software developed by the State Tax Service (STS) in cooperation with BRDO and Fintellect to simplify payment transaction procedures for both sellers and consumers.

    Anyone can participate in testing the new tax service. Software PRTs "PRROsto" is a free service from STS.

    One can sign up for the beta testing at https://prrosto.kmu.gov.ua/. Participants will receive an invitation to start testing from January 9, 2019.

    The application will be available on all smartphones and tablets running Android and iOS.

    After testing and taking into account user preferences, the application will be upgraded for further use.

    Just participate in testing and send your suggestions and remarks, help the STS to make the service even more convenient and easier to use!

    How will the software PRT "PRROsto" operate?

    PRROsto is connected via the Internet with the STS server through an open program interface and performs the following functions: forming, signing, sending and issuing cheques of the fixed format, opening and closing changes, reviewing data, and others.

    Background

    Ensuring the development of a software solution for software payment transactions recorders and the possibility of testing it is carried out by the State Tax Service of Ukraine for the implementation of Presidential Decree No. 837/2019 of November 8, 2019.

    The proposed PPO is not exclusive, while given an open application programming interface (API) will allow software developers to propose to entrepreneurs and apply alternative solutions for their needs.

    The development does not require certification, technical expertise, inclusion in the State Register of Models - it is sufficient to comply with the requirements of the law, to form, sign and register cheques in the fixed format and provide them to buyers of goods and services, including in electronic format.

    State Tax Service launches software PRT testing