Large business systems often have to perform complex business procedures, and well-implemented information systems ensure the smooth performance of business functions and the ability to make changes.
In all cases when business procedures are specially modeled for efficiency, and the needs of business processes are specific, then software solutions that meet the goals set by users come to the fore. We have experience with various systems developed according to customer requirements, which systems are for financial institutions, for health care institutions and for complex business systems. As a rule, the solutions fit into the existing heterogeneous information systems and take over the functions that were previously in use, and add new functions that arise from business needs. New solutions, developed according to customer requirements, are designed to take over existing and corrected functionalities with the gradual addition of new computerized business procedures while minimizing risk.
Concrete examples of reliable information systems relate to the integration of payment operations into existing systems, in conditions when the payment protocol is changing in both the Republic of Croatia and the EU. Payment transactions and related business solutions must not be inaccessible, and a well-designed information system ensures uninterrupted ability to execute transactions and control related business procedures.
Large systems are generally integrated with banking transaction systems, and with the financial agency (FINA). Fina is at the forefront of introducing e-business services, so even smaller business systems are adapting to operate more efficiently. The next period will be marked by information systems that simplify the receipt, distribution and sending of electronic invoices. To successfully use this feature, it is necessary to change and supplement existing information systems so that parts of the system work in an unchanged way, and new features are added through new web applications that use existing structured business data (content stored in databases). The storage of other information is related to the creation and sending of documents, and the storage of all related documents (examples: offer, contract, e-invoice) in a way that quickly and easily makes available related documents from the context of the user web application.