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November 28, 2022

IT&C sector – engine of the economy: SoftOne Romania enters strategic partnership with Master Computers

SoftOne Romania, one of the most dynamic suppliers of ERP and Cloud services, has entered a strategic partnership with Master Computers, one of the top companies in the retail solutions domain.

The new partnership comes to support clients through complete business solutions and continues both companies’ strategy of developing a powerful network of partners in Romania and a stable presence at national level. SoftOne thus moves closer to one of its strategic goals for 2015, namely that of having 40 partners throughout the country by the end of the year.

“Our partners play an essential role in SoftOne’s activity both in Romania and in the other countries in which we are present. The new partnership with Master Computers will help our solution, Soft1 ERP, consolidate its presence on the local market through the multiple advantages it incorporates: flexibility in operation, possibility of 100 per cent customization, adapted to business needs, does not require complex installations or additional investment in licences and hardware equipment,” SoftOne Romania Executive Manager Liviu Buligan (photo) stated.

Soft1 ERP, one of SoftOne Romania’s top solutions, offers simplicity and flexibility and answers typical company needs. It’s a functional system that can be fully configured and that offers agility, operational control and enhanced productivity.

SoftOne Technologies, SoftOne Romania’s parent company, a certified Microsoft partner and one of the biggest suppliers of ERP, CRM and Business Intelligence (BI) solutions in the region, registered a profit of EUR 7 M in 2014, up by 15 per cent year-on-year.

The company and its subsidiaries have over 14,000 clients, 300 partners and over 1,200 Cloud installations, being active on markets in South-East Europe, Russia and the Middle East and in industries such as retail, distribution, constructions, transports, manufacturing and services.

SoftOne Romania started its activity on the local market in 2013 as subsidiary of SoftOne Technologies, one of the most dynamic companies in South-East Europe and one of the most important suppliers of business software solutions (ERP, CRM and BI).

SoftOne Romania has significant strategic importance for SoftOne Technologies, representing a regional hub for the company’s expansion in Central and Eastern Europe.
The current beneficiaries of the Soft1 ERP solution include: Alpha Bank, Deloitte, Danone, Oscar Downstream, Ernst&Young, Secpral Pro, Calif, Dablerom, Leonardo, Neon Lighting, Verla, Pet Factory and Cosmos Mobile.

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