Croatian Virtual Data Centre Both Favourable and Individualised

Lauren Simmonds

Each Croatian Zarovo virtual data centre is highly individualised with the goal of building upon the specific needs of every business, according to their wishes and requirements.

As Lucija Spiljak/Poslovni Dnevnik writes on the 4th of July, 2019, under the auspices of experts from the Rijeka-based company DB informatika, the project Zarovo – a virtual data centre for small and medium enterprises and companies, co-funded by European Union funds, was formally presented to the Croatian Chamber of Commerce (HGK) in Zagreb. Talks on the introduction and the importance of electronic accounts, which have been legal obligations for certain types of companies since July the 1st, 2019, also took place.

DB Informatika presented a project in cooperation with the Croatian Chamber of Commerce and the ”Krug” Association of Business Women. They took their project and presented it in Pula, Osijek, Slavonski Brod, Dubrovnik, Split, Rijeka, and the final event took place in the Croatian capital city of Zagreb.

Virtual data centres, as was stated by the company, are a Croatian response to cumbersome global systems such as Microsoft Azure or Amazon Cloud, and the company’s leaders claim that speed, individualised access, superior local support and security, as well as significantly cheaper prices, make this Croatian solution stand out from the rest.

“They’re centres for small and medium-sized businesses that need centralised redundant business server infrastructure,” explained Darko Glujić. As previously stated, each and every Zarovo Virtual Data Centre is highly individualised with the goal of building upon the specific needs of every business, according to their respective needs and wishes.

This Croatian company from Rijeka also marked the beginning of the work of SUPER – an electronic accounts management system for business clients, which introduced the category of free invoicing for small businesses and companies.

DB Informatika’s experts have showcased, as they themselves say, a clear ambition to “attack” the eternally burdensome segment of about 600 million annually issued receipts in the Republic of Croatia in B2B business operations, but also to spread their wings further out onto the EU market.

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