“We’ve been building a strong partnership with Microsoft since 1998 as an independent software developer and most of the products we develop use the Microsoft platform,” said Martin Cígler, Chairman of the Board of Solitea Holding. “Our vision is to become Microsoft’s leading enterprise application partner in our region, and we’ve achieved this goal in recent years through a number of acquisitions that have strengthened our position as a major Microsoft partner. With the acquisition of AXIOM PROVIS Int., not only are we fulfilling this vision, but we’re also opening up the market for DMS systems for Automotive and thanks to the AXIOM PROVIS Int.’ s proprietary product OneCore we will also make the promising financial services market available. However, we’ve primarily gained a number of qualified professionals thanks to the acquisition, and I’m already looking forward to working with them.”
Solitea is one of the largest producers and suppliers of accounting and business information systems (ERP) in the Central European region for the commercial segment as well as for state and non-profit organizations. It serves hundreds of thousands of small entrepreneurs with iDoklad and Minimax cloud services, and is a leader of the cashier systems market in the Czech Republic. It offers complete outsourcing of wages on a turnkey basis and successfully implements very large, tailor-made projects, both on the domestic market and abroad – for example, eRecept in the Czech Republic, and the implementation of the TULLI information system of the Finnish Customs Administration abroad.
“Solitea is one of the leaders in the Microsoft enterprise systems market and integration into the holding opens up new opportunities and business opportunities for us,” added Petr Franěk, CEO of AXIOM PROVIS Int. “Not only do we want to take advantage of the holding’s strong background and know-how, but also to make the most of our synergies and the opportunities we can take advantage of within the context of OneCore and Incadea solutions.”
“The vision of the Solitea Holding is to simplify business for companies of all sizes through its products and solutions. The acquisition of AXIOM PROVIS Int. is just another step towards achieving this goal, it’s a strategic investment that opens up new markets and new opportunities for all group members,” added Martin Cígler. From the perspective of AXIOM PROVIS Int., their subsidiaries remain unchanged after the acquisition, the company continues to be managed by the original executive management team and the company’s activities will remain unchanged.
About AXIOM PROVIS
Since its foundation in 1993, AXIOM PROVIS Int., s.r.o. has been strategically focused on delivering business systems specializing in automotive and financial services. AXIOM has a wide range of competencies and holds the highest partnership level of Microsoft Gold Certified Partner. AXIOM has a team of more than 60 experts in Microsoft products. AXIOM solutions have been successfully deployed in more than a hundred Czech and international companies. Important references include UniCredit Leasing, Olympus, Robe Lighting, Slovak Savings Bank and others. AXIOM PROVIS is a leader in its Czech and Slovak niche markets. More at www.axiomprovis.cz.
About Solitea Holding
Solitea, a.s. is one of the major European suppliers of ICT solutions. It employs over 1,000 people in seven countries and serves over 260,000 customers in 15 countries within the European region. This year, the holding expects revenues exceeding CZK 2 billion and has long been one of the fastest growing IT companies in the region. Over the past four years, Solitea has made a number of major acquisitions of IT companies in the Czech and Slovak Republics (Altus Software, Aquasoft, BI Experts, CDL SYSTEM, Cígler Software, Clever Decision, Dotykačka, Dynamica, GEMMA Systems, J.K.R., Smart software, Vema, WBI)), in Austria (JET ERP) and in the Balkans (Billans, MIT Informatika, SAOP). In the long term, Solitea has strengthened its position as a major European supplier of information technology for commercial entities and government. More at www.solitea.net.
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