The BIZIT 2018 conference, which took place on November 7 and 8 in the “Club of Deputies” in Belgrade, has gathered and has gathered over 500 participants. Like previous years, IIB was a sponsor, we had our exhibit space where you could meet us, exchange experiences and enjoy the tradition, the best chocolate bars, at the conference! Excellent organization, interesting speakers and, above all, a great atmosphere for which we are looking forward to some future gatherings organized by our partners from PC Press.
We would like to inform you that members of IIB successfully compiled and performed go-live stage of two new babies: Aleksa and Sava. After a long period of testing (Nenad and Miroslav love to test code, and who would blame them for this?) compilation passed without any errors. There were, however, a few warnings from the operating systems (“Buy me Plasma cookies”, “I want to eat cherries”, etc.), but since both successful programmers they have easily overcome these challenges. Customer support period follows and many sleepless nights. Intensive support will last at least for a year.
In the October issue of the “PC Press” magazine, our article on the implementation of the UPIS ERP solution in agricultural enterprises was published. Here you can get acquainted with most of the features that UPIS supports when it comes to buying, cooperating and other specific functionalities that are important in related field. This text is also the first announcement of our lecture, which Miloš Bošnjak will hold at the BizIT 2018 conference, and we invite you to join and meet us on November 8 and 9 this year in the “Club of Deputies” (www.bizit.rs).
IIB participated again in the fair in Nova Pazova. 12th Regional Fair of Economy was held on September 27 and 28, 2018, within the complex of sports and recreational pools in Nova Pazova, organized by the Municipality of Stara Pazova and Serbian Chamber of Commerce – Regional Chamber of Commerce of Srem Administrative District.
Boris Vukić from the consulting firm Adizees SEE once said: “Never claim that a company is well organized until you start working there.” A similar remark can be made in the case of business software. In Serbia, currently there are more than 100 IT companies that produce their own or do implementation of regional (foreign and domestic) and global ERP solutions that work on different technology platforms, are sold or rented. If we add “small” business applications, the number of players becomes dizzyingly large, and the choice is very difficult.