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IBA Group at HR Brand of Belarus Award 2017

On December 7, 2017, IBA Group participated in HR Brand of Belarus Award 2017, a conference preceding the awarding ceremony of the same name. The event took place at the Renaissance hotel in Minsk, Belarus. Conducted since 2014, HR Brand of Belarus Award is an annual independent award designed to recognize Belarusian companies for excellence in employee [...]

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Six Metro Stops Get Wifi

Six metro stations now have free WiFi so passengers can surf the internet while they wait and also receive transit updates. The stations are Hlavní nádraží, Pražského povstání, Náměstí Republiky, Smíchovské nádraží, Florenc B and Florenc C. The program should cost some Kč 10 million, excluding tax. The technology for this project will be supplied [...]

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IBA Group Introduces Contactless Payment in Minsk Metro

On September 19, IBA Group participated in a press conference devoted to the introduction of contactless payment in Minsk Metro. The event was held at the Renaissance hotel in Minsk, Belarus.   Minsk citizens and visitors of the capital can now use a Visa payWave card to pay for their Metro journeys. At present, contactless [...]

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IBA Group Unveils New Office in Prague

On September 14, IBA Group announced the opening of its new premises in Prague, Czech Republic. The premises are intended for IBA CZ, the Czech-based development center of IBA Group. The same day, IBA CZ marked its 18th anniversary. Numerous high-profile guests, including IBA Group’s customers, partners, and government officials attended the opening ceremony. The event’s [...]

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IBA Group’s Currency Exchange Terminal Installed in MTBank

MTBank, one of the most efficient Belarusian banks, has recently installed a currency exchange terminal with a coin payout function available in self-service mode.  The terminal is launched at an MTBank’s branch office in the MOMO shopping center in Minsk, Belarus. The equipment and the software are developed by the Belarusian development centers of IBA [...]

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This Czech Start-Up Says It’s Going to Slash Airfare in Half

Game-changer or gimmick? A Brno company has announced a merger it says could mean more flight options and substantial savings. Hipmunk? Google Flights? Momondo? Which search engines do you typically use to book flights into and out of the Czech Republic and beyond?If you are a Czech brand loyalist, Brno-based company Kiwi.com — a small [...]

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IBA Group at Banking IT Workshop 2017

From May 29 to May 31, IBA Group participated in the seminar Prospects and Trends of Banking IT Development in 2017 as the event’s partner. Organized by the National Bank of the Republic of Belarus (NBRB) and the Scientific and Technological Association Infopark, the event took place in the Training Center of NBRB in Raubichi, Minsk Region, [...]

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Prague-based Avast Leads Defence Against Global Ransomware Attack

A massive worldwide attack on computer systems and networks across the world by the so-called WanaCry ransomware made headlines over the weekend. And for one of the biggest antivirus companies in the world, Prague-based Avast, this is both a wake- up call and a warning to users. Avast is one of the biggest computer protection [...]

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Uber Has Been Banned from Operating In Brno

Launching on the local market in 2014, Uber has faced a number of challenges in its early years of in the Czech Republic. In Prague, stiff competition from start-ups coupled with criticism by city officials who say that the company, which bills itself as a technology platform, should be subject to regulation, have led to [...]

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Czech Farmers’ Market Sellers Could Be Hard Hit by Electronic Cash Register System

Farmers’ markets, which have proven to be hugely popular across the Czech Republic could be hit by the recent introduction of the new electronic cash registers system (EET), designed to clamp down on areas of the grey economy and to bring in more tax revenues. According to Czech news site iDnes, some stall owners have [...]

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