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    Building a Secure Large-scale POS Application

    • Author:OCOM
    • Source:O2
    • Release on :2016-08-16

    In April 2016, the Czech government passed EET. 

    This new law impacts all businesses and entrepreneurs who receive payments from customers. Businesses across all industries, including hotels, restaurants, shops, wholesalers, transport providers, craftspeople, and so on, must electronically connect to the Czech government’s EET systems and provide digital proof of all purchases in real time. The law will take effect in four waves, with each wave targeting different sectors. Businesses in the first wave will need to begin reporting to EET systems by the end of 2016; all groups will be compliant by 2018. 

    With so many different sizes and types of business having to join the system, our Client O2, the largest integrated telecommunications provider in the Czech market, observed that many would need help complying with this law while also maintaining data security. And, OCOM, here, will always assist O2 to work out the best solution for customers with pos hardware .