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October 22, 2021
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Greek company SoftOne enters local market

SoftOne Romania, the subsidiary of one of the leading provider business software solutions in South Eastern Europe, SoftOne Technologies, entered the Romanian market offering a real Cloud Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solution that is 100 percent customizable based on client needs. The Hellenic company, which is headquartered in Athens, started its operations on the local market last year and also has an office in Thessaloniki. SoftOne Technologies is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner and one of the top vendors of ERP, Customer Relationship Management (CRM) and Business Intelligence (BI).
“The initial investment project in Romania was EUR 1 M, and, by the end of this year, it will reach EUR 1.5 M. The flagship product, Soft1 ERP, is targeting growing and midsize businesses, as well as larger corporations that are in need of cost optimization and increased productivity to improve their overall business performance and strengthen their competitive edge” stated Antonis Kyriazis CEO SoftOne Technologies in a press conference.
With more than 1,000 cloud ERP installations, 300 channel partners, 500 associated developers and 100 employees, the company has a total of 12,000 clients in various international markets (Greece, Romania, Cyprus, Russia, Bulgaria, Serbia and Turkey).
According to Haris Zachariades, General Manager SoftOne Romania, current customers of the company include JTI, Alpha Bank, Deloitte, Danone; in Romania: Oscar Downstream, Ernst & Young, Secpral Pro, Onedia Distribution, Dablerom, Cosmos Mobile and The National Union of Road Transporters from Romania (UNTRR).

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