Increasingly retailers that wish to operate in multiple countries can face costly and legally challenging issues around managing different fiscal regulations. A crucial element in the fight against fraud, fiscalisation ensures that a retailer’s transactions are recorded and that the appropriate VAT is paid for a particular country. When operating in two or more markets


Latest French certification for our retail epos systems opens up new opportunities for retailers looking to expand internationally It was awarded by INFOCERT, the largest certification authority in Europe. A Consultant at INFORCERT Consultant commended the team; “The certification requirements to meet French fiscalisation law are extremely rigorous and in my experience, only half of


“Eurostop’s knowledge and understanding of European fiscal compliance was invaluable, they guided us through the taxation and legislation complexities at every stage of the project.” Jarrod Brown, IT Director, Galaxy Optical Galaxy Optical expands European operations with acquisition of 27 optician practices across Czech Republic, Poland and Slovakia. Eurostop e-pos and e-rmis solution was rolled


Eurostop to implement certified Fiscalisation in Czech Republic. Several countries in Europe, Africa and South America have adopted electronic fiscal devices (EFDs) in their quest to combat noncompliance, particularly as regards sales and the value-added tax (VAT) payable on sales. Italy was the first country to publish fiscal legislation in 1983. Since then, other countries