Optics Valley continues optimizing services for enterprises
An enterprise representative uses a self-service machine to obtain a business license at Optics Valley's government affairs service center. [Photo/cjn.cn]
East Lake High-tech Development Zone (Optics Valley of China) in Wuhan, the capital city of Central China's Hubei province, now offers online handling for hundreds of enterprise-related services. At present, more than 90 percent of the zone's business registration work can be done online, according to local media reports on Jan 14.
The handling of enterprise affairs has changed from offline to online. Optics Valley's government affairs service center has merged 12 "enterprise registration acceptance windows" into four "enterprise registration offline comprehensive acceptance windows". Nearly 90 percent of its staff members have started to handle online government services.
While reducing the number of service windows, the zone's government affairs service center has added three "I want to open a shop" comprehensive windows.
People looking to open a store, such as a bookstore or a pharmacy, can now handle the materials for 15-step application process entirely at one window. In the past, these application materials needed to be submitted separately.