Adacta, member of BE-terna Group, is the leading ERP, CRM, BI, and HRM business software company in Slovenia, Croatia, and Serbia, providing services to over 450 local and global clients.
As a full-service provider of modern digital software solutions based on Microsoft, Qlik, and Cornerstone platforms, Adacta offers a comprehensive portfolio of vertical and horizontal solutions, with utility & energy, professional services, utilities & infrastructure management, distribution, manufacturing, retail, and insurance industry in focus.
Adacta is a two-time member of the Microsoft Presidents Club (2016, 2011), two times Microsoft Country Partner of the Year winner for Slovenia (2011 and 2019), Gold Microsoft Partner, and Qlik Elite Partner and Solution Provider.
How we work
Our work is agile and so is our methodology. Dynamics SCRUM methodology with emphasis on communication and collaboration enables us to be flexible and adapt to our customers' business challenges. By following the SCRUM methodology, we deliver gradual solutions. Customers can provide feedback in real time before the development process ends. Sprint planning, stand-up meetings, daily scrum meetings and sprint review meetings are the core activities that lead us to success.
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Adacta is the perfect place for someone just like you. Our company offers you the opportunity to realize your full potential. You will always get the encouragement for your ideas and initiatives and there is simply no better place to make the most progress in your career.
- Insightful Software Developer
- Brainy Software Developers
- Software Consultant for Payroll
- Accounting Assistant
Our core values
Our core values are simple.
We respect you as you are.
Employee or customer.
We commit to learn and develop.
As individuals and as a business.
We seek different approaches to face challenges. Both small and large.
We are responsible for what we do. Today as well as tomorrow.
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The World Health Organization (WHO) on March 11 declared COVID-19 a pandemic. With many businesses and schools asking workers and students to stay home in order to remain healthy and prevent any further infections, things aren’t what they were just a month ago.
For leaders whose teams normally share an office, this can present a host of new challenges: How can one lead effectively when employees are greeting each other with instant messages rather than handshakes? When meetings are held via Microsoft Teams rather than face-to-face?
There are certainly a few requirements that need to be met before being able to work remotely. First and foremost is deciding which devices will be used to access company data. An overwhelming majority of our employees use company-issued notebooks/laptops. As employees can take these home, it was just a matter of providing access to company resources. This might not be as straightforward as it might seem, as there are many aspects to cover – security, compatibility with different environments and hardware, ease of access, etc.
Infection with the coronavirus is currently spreading rapidly in many countries of the world. It is paramount to contain the epidemic and protect human life.
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