40.000 visitors, from 75 countries, are expected at the Expo Real, the largest B2B trade fair in the property and real estate industry in Europe. The fair, that traditionally takes place at the beginning of October at the Messe München in Munich, gathers more than 2.000 international exhibitors.
Adacta, the leading Microsoft Dynamics partner in the Adriatic region and one of the leading solution providers for the insurance industry in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE), today announced it has formed a strategic relationship with Cornerstone OnDemand, a global leader in cloud-based learning and human capital management software, under which the two companies will collaborate to offer a comprehensive solution to meet the evolving human capital management needs of organizations.
The 1st Adacta Day Belgrade took place last week with to celebrate 15 years of successful Adacta’s presence in Serbia. More than 130 existing and potential customers, partners and other business associates gathered in Hilton Hotel to celebrate this significant milestone.
Hospitality industry is all about customer contact and personalization. As AirBnB and similar online services disrupt the traditional hospitality markets, you need all the tools you can get to stay competitive. Hospitality industry has access to a rich trove of data it can tap to deliver personalized services across multiple channels and deliver added value to combat the pricing pressures from the likes of AirBnB.
Chatbots are here to stay. These friendly little robots constantly pop up on our devices as we surf the web or use various apps. I know our user experience with chatbots can vary significantly and since this is a very popular technology, our customers love to see it in action, I would like to address few issues a business should consider when deciding whether to use a bot or not.
Milan: It is usually thought that a project leader needs to be an expert in highly technical subject matters. This is somewhat true, but not necessarily the whole story… In my opinion it is usually the other way around: The hard skills are easy, the soft skills are hard.
Tina is a student of Management Studies at the Faculty of Economics. She applied for this position because she was aware of the importance of acquiring early work experience. She has always wanted to work in a dynamic and international environment where she would have a lot of career options after she finishes her studies. This is why she decided to try her luck, so she sent her CV and made it to Adacta!
is a postgraduate student of Quantitative Finance at the Faculty of Economics
(graduated Practical Mathematics at Faculty
of Mathematics and Physics).
She works as a Consultant and Developer in the Business Intelligence
At the age of twenty-one she moved to Dublin where she worked for the biggest Irish bank, and travelled most of Europe, Australia and New Zealand. And this is just for starters!
A Quality Assurance (QA) Engineer designs and executes product testing in order to identify and fix a product's flaws before it goes to market.
Software quality assurance engineers are sometimes confused with software testers. Software testers test parts of the software at different stages of development, whereas a software quality assurance engineer oversees the entire development process, which includes software testing, from start to finish.More about software testers: What the job of a Software Tester is like at Adacta with Jana.
What is Adacta's onboarding like? Since the highest priority of our company is employee satisfaction, we decided to check out how well we're doing with our latest recruit - Samo Virant.