Grit has partnered with the Pohoda economic system, the market leader in accounting software

20. August 2019

20th August 2019, Brno - Czech company Grit, that automates the flow of documents, money and goods, has established an official partnership with the company Stormware that is behind the most widespread Czech accounting system Pohoda. Products of both companies are fully compatible – they can be easily and quickly interconnected and the user is guaranteed smooth data interchange between the systems.

On the website of its project Pohoda Plus, Stormware now offers solutions by Grit as an extension of the economic system Pohoda. On this website, customers will currently find the managed warehouse Lokia WMS. „Thanks to Lokia WMS, users will stop searching for goods in a warehouse, because they finally know where it is located. At the same time, it manages warehouse workers effectively, who manage to prepare more orders in the same time, plus without errors,“ described Tomáš Kormaňák, Product Manager of Lokia WMS.

The Pohoda Plus website will soon also include Invoice Flow – a service that automates processing of overhead invoices and invoices for services. Orion EDI, the Czech leader among EDI software handles processing of goods invoices and other documents interchanged between suppliers and buyers. These services from Grit can also be easily interconnected with the programme Pohoda.

To become the official partner, Grit had to demonstrate examples of successful integrations at clients who use their products as well as the system from Stormware. Grit has hundreds of these. „We have successfully integrated with almost all common accounting and ERP systems – not just with the system Pohoda,“ added Lubomír Veselý, CSO at Grit, and added that Grit's services can also be used independently, without integrations with other software.

Pohoda is an accounting and economic software. If its users require specialized functions that the system does not offer, they can extend the functionality by solutions from external partners such as Grit.

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