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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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Czech, German Companies to Lead Industrial Digitisation

Prague, March 14 (CTK) – Czech and German firms should lead the field in the sphere of digital industrial transformation, Petr Ocko, the Technology Agency of the Czech Republic (TA CR) head, said at a press conference with Deputy Prime for Science, Research and Innovations Pavel Belobradek on Tuesday. In cooperation with the German Education [...]

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IAOP Selects IBA Group for The 2017 Global Outsourcing 100

On February 20, IAOP® unveiled The 2017 Global Outsourcing 100® list at the Outsourcing World Summit held in San Antonio, Texas, the United States. IBA Group was listed among The Global Outsourcing 100 companies in the Leader judging category for the fifth consecutive year.   Now in its 11th year, the 2017 Global Outsourcing 100 recognizes the world’s best outsourcing service providers. [...]

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Czech Internet Economy Advances in Spite of Obstacles

A comprehensive survey mapping the state of the Czech Internet economy has just been completed by the companies most closely involved. The results are a mixed bag, but the basic message is that while Czech companies are forging ahead they are often doing so without much government help or even in the face of government [...]

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Czech Firms Showcase Their Innovations in Las Vegas

The world’s biggest showcase for consumer technology firms, tech heads, and those wanting to get a glimpse of the latest innovations, has just closed its doors. Some Czech companies have been coming to the Las Vegas-based Consumer Electronics Show (CES) for a while now but this time round it has also been a showcase for [...]

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IBA Attends HR Brand 2016

On December 8, IBA Group participated in HR Brand 2016, a conference preceding the awarding ceremony of the same name. The event took place at the Renaissance hotel in Minsk, Belarus. IBA presented Talent Constructor®, a software product family developed by IBA Group for effective management of organizational capacity. In 2015, Talent Constructor® won the HR [...]

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Czech Delegation Embarked on Technology Mission in Estonia

A group composed of representatives of Czech firms and universities travelled to Estonia on a Technology Mission on Monday, 21 November 2016. Representatives of CzechInvest, Masaryk University, Brno University of Technology and the firms DATASYS and CyberGym Europe were interested primarily in the issues of cybersecurity and e-government, in which Estonia has extensive experience. Numerous [...]

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Brno Council Launches Tender for Cheap Mobile Services and Internet for Its Citizens

The massive price differences offered by mobile phone companies to corporate clients, who can then pass them on to employees, and those charged to the man in the street have prompted one Czech council to act. It reckons the price chasm between corporate and ordinary users now comes to something like 90 percent of the [...]

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EPAM Systems Has 100 Employees a Year After Opening Offices in Prague

EPAM Systems, a leading global provider of IT product solutions and exponent of software engineering, opened its new offices a year ago at the City Tower in Prague. The Czech capital was deliberately chosen for the company’s investment consisting in the establishment of a delivery centre for supporting customers around the world. The city offers [...]

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