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A fresh dose of valuable news about our team and interesting projects.


Fintiera Payment Cockpit facilitates settlement of liabilities in SAP

A new software providing opportunity to manage internal payments designed for SAP SE ERP system users is now available on the market. This tool is called Fintiera Payment Cockpit and it gathers all proposals for payment created by the SAP system in order to settle purchase liabilities in one place.


Software Development & EAI for one of the CEE chemical industry leader.

Our team supports one of the biggest chemical company in CEE. Together with our customer we develop SAP ERP and integrate it with third-party systems.


ABAP works in... steelworks

We are continuing our work for one of the global players of the heavy industry market. Our software developers are responsible for modifications of selected SAP modules:  FI, CO, SD, MM, PP, QM, BW.


Development of SAP Retail

BTech is responsible for modifications of “SAP Retail” at one of the biggest distributors of mobile devices & equipment.


Division of company

In accordance with the Code of Commercial Patrnerships and Companies (KSH), the Management of BTech Company based in Wrocław prenotifies about the division of the foregoing copartnership into two business entities. 


SAP Process Orchestration in FMCG

Another project in progress: SAP Process Orchestration in one of the most dynamic FMCG Group in Poland.


Split Payment in SAP

On July 1, 2018, a new legal regulation, called the Split Payment (in Polish “Mechanizm Podzielonej Płatności – MPP”), has been introduced in Poland.How it affects your ERP?


Migration to S/4 Hana

Our developers are involved in the process of migration to S/4 Hana at one of the leading producers from automotive industry.


Split payment - SAP position

As of 1 July 2018, the Split Payment mechanism (split VAT payment) will become effective in Poland. Its use is voluntary, however, if one of the company’s contractors starts to use it, it becomes obligatory for both parties. In such a situation, the buyer pays the net value to the supplier's bank account for each transaction (goods/services) and the VAT amount is credited to a separate VAT account belonging to the supplier, which is also inspected by the tax authorities.