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Coffeeshop chain to come to V4

SOFTWARE firm Datalock concluded a contract with Tizia about a complete software package for building a network of coffeehouses in V4 countries.

SOFTWARE firm Datalock concluded a contract with Tizia about a complete software package for building a network of coffeehouses in V4 countries.

Bratislava-based company Tizia acquired the license from the Schärf Coffeeshop Company to operate chains of the Coffeeshop Company in Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland, the Hospodárske Noviny wrote.

Datalock will provide them with software technology based on the BlueGastro system. It will also be the coordinator and integrator of the whole project, which covers the spheres of software and hardware delivery, and networks for the Tizia company.

"When choosing the suitable information system, we did not omit anything. One of the crucial criteria was the suitability of the system for work within a big network of cafes, while centralised management and administration of these places was also important," Ladislav Tóth, head of Tizia, told the daily.

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