Croatian Solution for Czech Fiscalisation

Croatian Solution for Czech Fiscalisation

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Croatian software company Neoinfo signed a contract with Czech company COM PLUS CZ, in order to offer its solution Adeo POS on the Czech market. It is a solution that includes Android POS application for issuing fiscalised bills and ERP application in cloud for small and medium enterprises. The combination of the two applications makes it unique on the Croatian market, because it allows users to simply synchronize various data such as price lists, while collecting data from all which are available for making reports, backup and similar needs.

Adeo POS is currently used by clients in Croatia and Slovenia, and the expansion to Czech market is a logical direction of business, since after Slovenia, the Czech Republic also adopted Croatian fiscalisation model. It is based on connecting client software to central server of Tax Department at the moment of receipt issuing in order to get unique receipt ID.

“Fiscalization in the Czech Republic is a great chance for companies like ours, because we have experience from domestic market and a ready solution we localized with a help from our Czech partner. With 140 employees in about 10 different locations, the partner will be in charge for sales, education and support, while we will provide hosting and a higher level of support” – said Igor Vukmirović, Neoinfo CEO.

Beside software solution, Neoinfo will over their partner offer a wide range of renowned companies’ hardware, adjusted to the needs of receipt issuers – ranging from small mobile devices with integrated printer, to tablets and professional devices for caterers.

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