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Bad Rabbit – a virulent wave of data-encrypting malware is sweeping through Eastern Europe

October 28th, 2017

A new, potentially virulent wave of data-encrypting malware is sweeping through Eastern Europe and has left a wake of outages at news agencies, train stations, and airports, according to multiple security companies

A new ransomware outbreak similar to WCry is shutting down computers worldwide, Ransom:Win32/Tibbar.A or Bad Rabbit, as the outbreak is dubbed, is primarily attacking targets in Russia, but it’s also infecting computers in Ukraine, Turkey and Germany, researchers from Moscow-based Kaspersky Lab said. In a blog post, the antivirus provider reported that the malware is using hacked Russian media websites to display fake Adobe Flash installers, which when clicked infect the computer visiting the hacked site. Researchers elsewhere said the malware may use other means to infect targets.

Bad Rabbit appears to specifically target corporate networks by using methods similar to those used in a June data-wiping attack dubbed “NotPetya” that shut down computers around the world.
Bad Rabbit infects Windows computers and relies solely on targets manually clicking on the installer, Kaspersky Lab said. So far, there’s no evidence the attack uses any exploits.

The Ukrainian computer emergency agency CERT-UA posted an advisory on Tuesday morning reporting a series of cyberattacks.

Kevin Beaumont said on Twitter that Bad Rabbit uses a legitimate, digitally signed program called DiskCryptor to lock targets’ hard drives. Kaspersky Labs’ blog post said the executable file dispci.exe appears to be derived from DiskCryptor and is being used by Bad Rabbit as the disk encryption module.

Bad Rabbit relies on hard-coded credentials that are commonly used in enterprise networks for file sharing and takes aim at a particularly vulnerable portion of infected computers’ hard drives known as the master boot record. A malicious file called infpub.dat appears to be able to use the credentials to allow the Bad Rabbit to spread to other Windows computers on the same local network, The malware also uses the Mimikatz network administrative tool to harvest credentials from the affected systems.

Once Bad Rabbit infects a computer, it displays a message in orange letters on a black background. It directs users to a Dark Web site that demands about $283 in Bitcoin to decrypt data stored on the encrypted hard drive. The dark Web site also displays a ticking clock that gives victims 40 hours to pay before the price increases. It’s not yet known what happens when targets pay the ransom in an attempt to restore their data. The NotPetya malware was written in a way that made recovery just about impossible, a trait that has stoked theories that the true objectives of the attackers was to wipe data in an act of sabotage, as opposed to generate revenue from ransomware. It also remains unclear who is behind the attack.

The outbreak is the latest reminder that you should back up all their data on drives that are secured with a password or other measure to protect them from ransomware.

Windows Defender Antivirus detects and removes this threat with protection update 1.255.29.0 and higher.

This threat appears as a fake Adobe Flash Player update.

Microsoft advice:
Microsoft doesn’t recommend you pay the ransom. There is no guarantee that paying the ransom will give you access to your files. If you’ve already paid, then see our https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/mmpc/shared/ransomware.aspx for help on what to do.

Review logs and shutdown or run Windows Defender Offline.

This ransomware attempts to reboot your PC so it can encrypt your files. You might be able to stop your PC from rebooting and instead shut it down or run a Windows Defender Offline scan:
Check event logs for the following IDs: 1102 and 106
• Event 1102 indicates that the audit log has been cleared, so previous activities can’t be seen.
• Event 106 indicates that scheduled tasks “drogon” and “Rhaegel” have been registered (these are ransomware wipers)
• If events 1102 and 106 are present, then issue a shutdown with the parameter -a to prevent a reboot

You can also immediately inititate a Windows Defender Offline scan by using PowerShell or the Windows Defender Security Center app.

Run antivirus or antimalware software

Use the following free Microsoft software to detect and remove this threat:
• Windows Defender Antivirus for Windows 8.1 and Windows 10, or Microsoft Security Essentials for Windows 7 and Windows Vista
• Microsoft Safety Scanner – Run a full scan to look for anyhidden malware.

Advanced troubleshooting – To restore your PC, download and run Windows Defender Offline.

Ask us about how to use cloud protection to guard against the latest malware threats. It’s turned on by default for Microsoft Security Essentials and Windows Defender for Windows 10. Go to All settings > Update & security > Windows Defender and make sure that your Cloud-based Protection settings is turned On.

Indicators of compromise
Presence of the following files in %SystemRoot%:
• infpub.dat
• cscc.dat
• dispci.exe
• You can’t access your files or your PC
• A ransom message in red on a black background

Diwali greetings 19 October 2017 from Synergy Software Systems

October 19th, 2017

Known as Deepavali, a Sanskrit word meaning “rows of lighted lamps”, it is one of the most popular Hindu festivals celebrated across South Asia. But it is also celebrated by Jains and Sikhs.

Diwali, the festival of lights, sees millions attend firework displays, prayers and celebratory events across the world every autumn. The main theme is the triumph of light over darkness and good over evil something to which we can all relate to no matter what our religion.

Diwali falls between October and November, but the exact date changes each year as it is marked by the Hindu lunar calendar. It lasts five days in total, with the festival of lights falling on the third days of celebrations, which is marked on the 15th day of the Hindu month Kartik. This year that falls on 19 October.

The festivities begin with Dhanteras, followed by ‘Narak Chaturdasi’, Deepawali on third day, ‘Diwali Padwa’ on fourth and ends with ‘Bhai Dooj’

May The Beauty Of Deepavali Season
Fill Your Home With Happiness,
And May The Coming Year
Provide You With All
That Bring You Joy!

When You Can Make Someone Else Smile
When You Can Be Someone’s Ally
That’s When You Can Yourself Be Glad
That’s When You’ll Have A Happy Diwali!

Deepawali Ka Ye Paawan Tyohar,
Jeevan Mein Laye Khushiya Aapar,
Laxmi Ji Viraje Aapke Dwar,
Subhkamnayen Hamari Karen Sweekar!!
Wish You And Your Family A Very Happy Diwali

Please note that Synergy offices will close at 5 pm today.

Industry 4.0 : Digitalization of the Manufacturing Sector Masterclass – Meet Synergy Software Systems Manufacturing experts tomorrow H Hotel Dubai

September 26th, 2017

Hear from industry experts, network, meet with us and let us show you Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations Enterprise at this Microsoft Gul sponsored Manufacturing Master Class.

08:00 – 09:00 Registration
09:00 – 09:20 Omar Saleh – Microsoft – Industry Director, Manufacturing MEA
09:20 – 09:50 Gert Thoonen – Business Development Network & Security Services, ME – Rockwell Automation
09:50-10:20 Nicholas Brunet – Middle East Regional Business Leader – 3M
10:20-10:50 Mustafa Farhan – Strategic Transformation Lead, Middle East and Africa, Microsoft
Break
11:00 – 11:30 Suryanka Jatain – Principal – Digital Strategy and Transformation – KPMG
11:30 – 12:00 Assem Khalaili – Executive Vice President, Customer Services – MEA Digital Factory – Process Industries & Drives – Siemens
12:00 – 12:30 Charif Hamidi – Senior Consultant – Strategy – EY

Join us for lunch.
If you have not yet registered then call us now on 00971 43365589 or email Suresh Savari

Dynamics 365 Enterprise Finance and Operations – G.C.C. HR and Payroll from Synergy Software Systems

August 10th, 2017

Our Ax 2012 R3 popular HR and Payroll software was implemented in more than 40 companies.
It is now available in Dynamics 365 Enterprise Finance and Operation, with the first implementation already started.

The product includes comprehensive payroll features as well as automation of many day to day processes for HR and PRO staff.

Extensive Power BI analysis, T@A integration, and mobile approval are additional features

VAT for the U.A.E. some updates – July 2017

July 15th, 2017

Any taxable person must retain VAT invoices issued and received for a minimum of 5 years.

Imports
The place of supply will determine whether a supply is made within the UAE (in which case the UAE VAT law will apply), or outside the UAE for VAT purposes. For a supply of goods, the place of supply should be the location of goods when the supply takes place – with special rules for certain categories of supplies (e.g. water and energy, cross border supplies).

For the supply of services, the place of supply should be where the supplier is established – (with special rules for certain categories of supplies e.g. cross border supplies between businesses).

VAT shall be payable in addition to the custom duties paid by the importer of the goods and cannot be deducted against. VAT shall be computed on the value that includes the customs duties.

Some goods that are imported may be exempt from customs duties but be subject to VAT.

VAT is due on the goods and services purchased from abroad. In case the recipient in the State is a registered person with the Federal Tax Authority for VAT purposes, the VAT would be due on that import using a reverse charge mechanism. In case the recipient in the State is a non-registered person for VAT purposes, VAT would be paid on import of goods from a place outside the GCC. Such VAT will typically be required to be paid before the goods are released to the person.

Exempt and zero rate
- The VAT treatment of real estate will depend on whether it is a commercial or residential property.
Supplies (including sales or leases) of commercial properties will be taxable at the standard VAT rate (i.e 5%).
- Supplies of residential properties will generally be exempt from VAT to ensure that VAT does not constitute an irrecoverable cost to persons who buy their own properties. To ensure that real estate developers can recover VAT on construction of residential properties, the first supply of residential properties within 3 years from their completion will be zero-rated.

There is a difference between exempt goods and zero rate. (for example zero rate might be raised in future).
VAT will be charged at 0% in respect of the following main categories of supplies:
• Exports of goods and services to outside the GCC;
• International transportation, and related supplies;
• Supplies of certain sea, air and land means of transportation (such as aircrafts and ships);
• Certain investment grade precious metals (e.g. gold, silver, of 99% purity);
• Newly constructed residential properties, that are supplied for the first time within 3 years of their construction ;
• Supply of certain education services, and supply of relevant goods and services;
• Supply of certain Healthcare services, and supply of relevant goods and services.

The following categories of supplies will be exempt from VAT:
• The supply of some financial services (clarified in VAT legislation);
• Residential properties;
• Bare land;
• Local passenger transport

Financial Services
It is expected that fee based financial services will be taxed but margin based products are likely to be exempt.
Generally, insurance (vehicle, medical, etc) will be taxable.
Life insurance, we understand will be treated as an exempt financial service

The VAT treatment of standard financial services and Islamic finance products, the treatment of Islamic finance products will be aligned with the treatment of similar standard financial services

Businesses that meet requirements the Legislation (such as being resident in the UAE and being related/associated parties) will be able to register as a VAT group. For some businesses, VAT grouping will be a useful tool to simplify accounting for VAT.

Offsetting VAT.
VAT registered businesses will be able to reduce their output tax liability by the amount of VAT that relates to bad debt which has been written off by the VAT registered business. The legislation will include the conditions and limitations concerning the use of this relief.

A scheme will be introduced to allow a UAE national who is not registered for VAT to reclaim VAT paid on goods and services relating to constructing a new residence which will be privately used by the person and his family. This will allow the recovery of VAT on such expenses as contractor’s services and building materials.

To avoid double taxation (where second hand goods are acquired by a registered person from an unregistered person for the purpose of resale), the VAT-registered person will be able to account for VAT on sales of second hand goods with reference to: the difference between the purchase price of the goods, and the selling price of the goods (that is, the profit margin).

The VAT which must be accounted for by the registered person, will be included in the profit margin. The legislation will include the details of the conditions to be met in order to apply this mechanism.

VAT on expenses
A VAT registered person incurs input tax on its business expenses, and this input tax can be recovered in full when it relates to a taxable supply that was made, or intended to be made, by the registered person. In contrast, where the expense relates to a non-taxable supply (e.g. exempt supplies), then the registered person may not recover the input tax paid.

VAT will not be deductible in respect of expenses incurred for making non-taxable supplies. Furthermore, input tax cannot be deducted when it is incurred in respect of specific expenses such as entertainment expenses e.g. for employee entertainment.

VAT on expenses that were incurred by a business can be deducted in the following circumstances:
• The business must be a taxable person (the end consumer cannot claim any input tax refund).
• VAT should have been charged correctly (i.e. unduly charged VAT is not recoverable).
• The business must hold documentation showing the VAT paid (e.g. valid tax invoice).
• The goods or services acquired are used or intended to be used for making taxable supplies.
• VAT input tax refund can be claimed only on the amount paid or intended to be paid before the expiration of 6 months after the agreed date for the payment of the supply.

In certain situations, an expense may relate to both taxable and non-taxable supplies made by the registered person (such as activities of the banking sector). In these circumstances, the registered person would need to apportion input tax between the taxable and non-taxable (exempt) supplies.

Businesses will be expected to use input tax (ratio of recoverable to total) as a basis for apportionment in the first instance – (there will be the facility to use other methods where those are fair and agreed with the Federal Tax Authority).

Compliance and returns
Penalties will be imposed for non-compliance. Examples of actions and omissions that may give raise to penalties include:
• A person failing to register when required to do so;
• A person failing to submit a tax return or make a payment within the required period;
• A person failing to keep the records required under the issued tax legislation;
• Tax evasion offences where a person performs a deliberate act or omission with the intention of violating the provisions of the issued tax legislation.

No special rules are planned for small or medium sized enterprises. The FTA will provide materials and resources available for these entities to assist them in their enquiries.

A supplier registered or required to be registered for VAT must issue a valid VAT invoice for the supply. To be considered as a valid VAT invoice, the document must follow a specific format as mentioned in the legislation. In certain situations the supplier may be able to issue a simplified VAT invoice.

Government entities
Supplies made by government entities will typically be subject to VAT. This will ensure that government entities are not unfairly advantaged as compared to private businesses. Certain supplies made by government entities will, however, be excluded from the scope of VAT if they are not in competition with the private sector or where the entity is the sole provider of such supplies. It is likely certain government entities will be entitled to VAT refunds – this is designed to avoid budgeting issues and provide a level playing field between outsourced and insourced activities. For the supplies provided for government entities, the treatment of such supplies shall depend on the same supply and not on the recipient of the supply. Therefore, if the supply is subject to the standard tax rate, the treatment would remain the same even if it is provided to a government entity.

Transitional rules
Special rules will be provided to deal with various situations that may arise in respect of supplies that span the introduction of VAT. For example:
• Where a payment is received in respect of a supply of goods before the introduction of VAT, but the goods are actually delivered after the introduction of VAT. This means that VAT will have to be charged on such supplies. Likewise, special rules will apply with regards to supplies of services spanning the introduction of VAT.
• Where a contract is concluded prior to the introduction of VAT in respect of a supply, which is wholly or partly made after the introduction of VAT, and the contract does not contain clauses relating to the VAT treatment of the supply, then consideration for the supply will be treated as inclusive of VAT.

There will, however, be special provisions to allow suppliers to charge VAT in situations where their recipient is able to recover their VAT but where there is no VAT clause.

Payments and claims
Note that VAT will be payable in full not after netting off input tax which will then have to be claimed. This is more of a challenge for cash flow and business risk, especially given the penalties for late payments.
Refunds will be made after the receipt of the application and will be subject to verification checks, with a particular focus to avoid fraud.

The FTA may provide its views on various matters in the law. Taxpayers may choose to challenge these views. However, penalties may be imposed on taxpayers who are found to violate any tax laws and regulations.

Other Emirates
It is expected that businesses will need to complete additional information on their VAT returns to report revenues earned in each Emirate. Guidance will be provided to businesses with regards to this. It is expected that the rules will be relatively straightforward for most businesses and will be based, for example, for B2C transactions, on the location of the transaction (e.g. in a retail environment, the location of the shop).

Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations -July 2017 update – huge enhancements – ask Synergy Software Systems, Dubai

July 15th, 2017

In addition to the name change, and the release of an on-premise version there are significant improvements in many areas.
• A new attribute framework is extended to support configuration-driven development for customer and sales order entities – add new fields without coding.

• New tools and templates are released to speed up implementation, and to reduce possibility of and thus to also reduce risk

• Many new code extension capabilities to support the move from over-layering.

• Many new Power BI content packs – Power bi is now pervasive and licenses for use in Ax are now free for Ax users using out of the box Power BI content. here some examples for Sales.

• Sales mobile app – View sales order details, sales order lines, status, customer contact information, order taker contact information, and historical shipping transactions. This app will empower salespeople to gain valuable insights into customer information and sales orders at any time and in any place.

• Expense management mobile app and greatly enhanced features for Expense management.

• Many, many functional enhancements. For example a new data validation workspace e.g. Credit control workspace with many new credit control features, Cost Accounting -many new features. And much, much, more in retail, master planning, Project Accounting, Vendor Collaboration …….. .

The Prospect to cash integration capabilities deliver first party integration between Dynamics 365 for Operations and Dynamics 365. This solution leverages the strengths of the individual Dynamics 365 components and connects them via Common Data Service. While the data is flowing seamlessly between Dynamics 365 for Operations and Dynamics 365 for Sales, customers can carry out sales and marketing activities in Dynamics 365 for Sales and handle the order fulfillment with inventory management in Dynamics 365 for Operations.

If you are considering Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations then take another look – it keeps getting better and better.

To learn more about Synergy Software and its more than 15 year’s of experience in implementing Dynamics Ax (since version 2.5) call 00971 4 3365589

Please note that our Dynamics Ax 365 for Operations and Finance modules for localised GCC HR and Payroll are also now available.

VAT registration nears for the GCC – what should you be doing now – contact Synergy Software Systems

May 29th, 2017

VAT (Value Added TAX), which is also called as ‘tax on consumption’ , is a tax that is payable while purchasing any product. VAT is applied as particular percentage of the cost of goods and services, hence it can not be considered as a charge on companies. It is a general tax amount, which is added by the producer to the inputs before they are sold as new offerings.

All UAE businesses subject to the Value-Added Tax have to submit their tax declaration statements on a quarterly basis after the VAT law goes into effect starting January 2018, according the Ministry of Finance.

The threshold for VAT registration put at Dh375,000 as per the ministry’s announcement this week.
It is optional to register between Dh187,500 and Dh375,000 .

UAE businesses will be able to start VAT registration in Q3 2017 and it is compulsory to be registered by Q4 2017.

Businesses will be able to register online using eServices.

The UAE businesses, subject to the tax, have to keep all files that allow competent authorities to audit their transactions and commercial activities, with the nature of the needed documents to be announced over the coming period. Businesses will be required to keep records which will enable the authorities to identify the details of the business activities and to review transactions. The specifics regarding the documents which will be required and the time period for keeping those will be communicated in due course.

Review your finance systems’ readiness for rapid implementation to meet these requirements. There will be a shortage of skilled consultants, and there are several holidays (EID, Diwali, Christmas, New Year, National Day etc. its also budget time, and preparation for year end audits,to fit in during the last quarter. Allow time for collection of your trading partners VAT registration ids, for report development and update, for testing and for staff training.

All six of the GCC member states: Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Oman, Kuwait, the UAE and Bahrain – have now signed and approved the VAT framework.

Registered businesses will be expected to submit VAT returns on a regular basis. It is expected that the default period for filing VAT returns will be three months for the majority of businesses. Registered businesses will be able to file their returns online using eServices.

Exemptions:
We understand that:
Health, education services, international transportation, import gold for investment purposes, commodities and exports are exempted from VAT in UAE.
Residential buildings for sale or lease during the first three years in which the building is completed, some financial services and empty plots of land are also exempted from VAT.

The GCC Member States will appreciate the VAT on financial provisions. The Banks and Financial House are ineligible for VAT in terms of the services provided, instead, they might be eligible for input tax based on tax recovery rates determined by each Member State.

The Federal Tax Authority has also announced a 100 per cent tax on tobacco, energy drinks and 50 per cent on carbonated beverages. This is separate from VAT.

The General Authority for Zakat and Income Tax (GAZT) in KSA reportedly warned businesses, during an awareness session that took place at the Riyadh Chamber of Commerce on Monday 16 May 2017, that penalties will be applicable in the cases of violation of VAT laws and regulations.

Penalties

The following types of Penalties will apply in each of the following cases:
• Case 1: Businesses required to register for VAT and that fail to register shall be liable to double the net tax due.
• Case 2: Committing an error in filling the tax return shall result in paying an additional 50% of net tax declared.

• Case 3: Exaggerated tax refund claims shall be subject to a penalty 50% of the original amount reported.
• Case 4: Late filing of tax return would result in a penalty of SAR 1,000 and an extra 5 to 20% of the unpaid tax. The percentage varies depending on the number of days of delay.
• Case 5: Non-registered person who issue an invoice with VAT shall pay SAR 1,000 or double the amount of the net tax (whichever is higher).
• Case 6: Not keeping records of the required documents shall result on a penalty of SAR 1,000 or 2% of the monthly average taxable supplies (whichever is higher).
• Case 7: Non-compliance with GAZT inquiries in providing relevant information shall result in a penalty of SRA 1,000 or 2% of the average monthly taxable supplies (SAR 20,000 maximum) or whichever is higher.

Ramadan 2017 starts soon – Ramadan Kareem to all of our readers -Synergy Software Systems

May 25th, 2017

The holy month of Ramadan is expected to start this weekend. “The Saudi Supreme Court has already called on all Muslims throughout the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to sight the crescent of the Holy Month of Ramadan on Thursday, May 25- it is expected that Ramadan will officially start on either Friday or Saturday.

During this period of fasting and spiritual reflection there will be several changes to our office routine:
Those working at site will work client hours
Our offices will be closed on Fridays and Saturdays until end of Ramadan.
From Sunday to Thursday our work hours will be 9 am-5pm

\Visitors will be provided with water in the conference room at their request, but will otherwise generally not be offered refreshment.

Some Guidance for those new to the region.
It is very easy to forget in hot weather that there are cultural norms and that authorities and others will be offended if these are not followed. It is a difficult enough time in this climate for those who fast, so please show due respect. You may well be stopped by the police for e.g. drinking a bottle of water in your parked car, or you may offend others by eating sweets, or your own food.

This is a very difficult time due to the hot, humid weather, which is expected to get a lot hotter, and we encourage you all to take adequate drinks of water at the appropriate times.

Dress code: Dubai has fairly relaxed standards that it is a tourist destination, but please be extra aware of the need to behave and dress with modesty and decorum and respect in this period.

Public shops and restaurants. Opening hours may be amended because those too will have shorter working hours – so plan ahead. In most cases shops will open after Iftar and will stay open much later than usual.

Alcohol sales, and public entertainment, music etc. will be stopped.

Some restaurants and shops may serve takeaway food during daylight hours, but will not be open for sit down meals.Some hotels may have segregated screened areas where food can be obtained.

Clinics, doctors, pharmacies etc. may also have reduced working hours.

Travel
Paid parking zones in Dubai,
The tariff will apply to all car parks (Zone: A, B, C, D, and G) from Saturday to Thursday at two periods:
from 08:00 am to 05:00 pm,
and from 07:00 pm to 12:00 (midnight).
The tariff will apply to the parking of the:
Dubai Silicon Oasis (Zone H), Saturday to Thursday, from 08:00 am to 10:00 pm,
Tecom (Zone F), Saturday to Thursday, from 08:00 am to 06:00 pm,
Fish Market (Zone E) from 08:00 am to 11:00 pm daily from Saturday to Friday,

Bus services
Public bus main stations, like Gold Souq Station, will open from 04:25 am to 12:00 (midnight)
Al Ghubaiba Station from 04:30 am to 12:00 (midnight).
Subsidiary stations, like Al Satwa, will operate from 04:57 am to 11:35 pm, and Route C01 will operate around-the-clock at Satwa.
Al Qusais Station will open 04:30 am to 12:00 (midnight),
Al Quoz Industrial Station will operate from 05:00 am to 11:30 pm,
Jebel Ali Station will be offering service from 05:00 am to 12:00 (midnight).

Stations of Metro Link buses, such as Al Rashidiya, Mall of the Emirate, Ibn Battuta, Burj Khalifa-Dubai Mall, Abu Hail and Etisalat, will open from 05:00 am to 12:20 am (past midnight).
The timing of all Metro Link buses will match the timing of the metro service.

Inter-city bus stations will operate in Ramadan as follows:
Main stations like Al Ghubaiba will operate around-the-clock to Sharjah (Jubail), and from 4:30 AM to 12:00 midnight to Abu Dhabi.
• Subsidiary stations, like Union Square, will operate from 04:35 am to 01:25 am (of the following day).
• Al Sabkha Station will open from 06:15 am to 01:30 am (of the following day).
• Deira City Centre Station will open from 05:35 am to 11:30 pm,
• Karama Station will open from 06:10 am to 10:20 pm,
• Al Ahli Club Station will open from 05:55 am to 10:15 pm .
• External stations, like Sharjah Al Taawon, will operate from 05:30 am to 10:00 pm,
• Fujairah Station will open from 05:15 am to 09:30 pm,
• Hatta Station from 05:30 am to 09:30 pm, and Ajman Station from 04:27 am to 11:00 pm.

Metro services
Dubai Metro services, the Red Line stations will run service in Ramadan from Saturday to Wednesday from 05:30 am to 12:00 (midnight).
On Thursday, stations will open from 05:30 am to 01:00 am (of the following day)
On Friday from 10:00 am to 01:00 am (of the following day).
There will be no change in the timing of the Express Metro service during Ramadan.
The Green Line stations will operate in Ramadan from Saturday to Wednesday from 05:50 am to 12:00 (midnight).
On Thursday, stations will operate from 05:50 am to 01:00 am (of the following day)
On Friday from 10:00 am to 01:00 am (of the following day).

Dubai Tram
The Dubai Tram will operate from Saturday to Thursday from 06:30 am to 01:00 am, and on Friday from 09:00 am to 01:00 am (of the following day).

Marine transport
The schedules of marine transit services during Ramadan :
The Water Bus will shuttle in marina stations (Marina Mall, Marina Walk, Marina Terrace, Marina Promenade) from 12:00 at noon up to 12:00 midnight.
The Water Taxi will operate from 09:00 am until 10 pm.
Dubai Ferry will be calling at Ghubaiba Station at 11:00 am and 06:30 pm.
The Ferry will operate from Marina at 11:00 am, 05:00 pm and 06:30 pm.
From Al Jaddaf Station to Dubai Water Canal Station, the Ferry will be running service at 10:00 am and 05:30 pm
From Dubai Water Canal Station to Al Jaddaf Station at 12:05 at noon and 07:35 pm.

The timing of Abra during Ramadan will be as follows:
Traditional Abra will operating at (Ghubaiba, Baniyas, and Dubai Old Souq), from 10:00 am until 12:00 (midnight).
At Al Jaddaf Station, Dubai Festival City, it will operate from 07:00 am to 12:00 (midnight).
At the Sheikh Zayed Road Station (Dubai Water Canal), it will operate from 08:00 pm to 02:00 am (of the following day).
The Electric Abra will be operating at Burj Khalifa/Dubai Mall from 08:00 pm until 11:30 pm,
At Al Mamzar from 08:00 pm to 02:00 am (of the following day).

Testing centres
Technical testing centres run by suppliers will offer services in respect of light vehicles during Ramadan in the morning only without prior appointment. Technical testing services of heavy vehicles will be offered in the morning and evening.

The business hours of strategic partners’ centers will be as follows:
Tasjeel Enoc (Al Qusais, Al Awir, Al Barsha, Al Tawar and Warsan) from Saturday to Thursday will be open in two shifts. In the morning from 08:00 am to 04:00 pm and in the evening from 09:00 pm to 02:00 am (of the following day).
Hatta Center will open from 09:00 am to 03:00 pm,
Jebel Ali Centre will open from 08:00 am to 04:00 pm.

Emarat, Shamil, Al-Adid, Wasl, Al-Muhaisna, Nad Al Hamar, Al Jaddaf and Al Arabi Centers will open from Saturday to Thursday on two shifts. In the morning from 09:00 am to 04:00 pm and in the evening from 09:00 pm to 02:00 am (of the following day).

Quick Registration Centre will also open in two shifts:
In the morning from 09:00 am to 05:00 pm and in the evening from 09:00 pm to 03:00 am (of the following day).
PAL Garage will open from 09:00 am to 04:00 pm,
Al Shirawi Enterprises Centre will open from 09:00 am to 05:00 pm.
Al Mumayaz Centre will open from Saturday to Thursday (at Al Mizhar Markets and Al Barsha Mall) on two shifts.
In the morning, it will open from 09:00 am to 04:00 pm and in the evening from 09:00 pm to 01:00 am (of the following day).
Tamam Speedfit & Cars Centers will open from Saturday to Thursday on two shifts.
In the morning, they will open from 09:00 am to 04:00 pm and in the evening from 09:00 pm to 02:00 am (of the following day).

Centres that will open on Friday during Ramadan are: Tasjeel Enoc (Al Qusais and Al Barsha) from 09:00 pm to 02:00 am (of the following day); they will offer VIP Service for processing transactions only.
Wasil-Al Arabi Centre will open on Friday from 09:00 pm to 02:00 am (of the following day),
Quick Registration Centre will open from 09:00 pm to 03:00 am (of the following day).

Health.
Those who are fasting from early morning need to be aware of the risk of fatigue or feinting especially if driving long distances and should adjust their meal times and sleeping hours.

With an earlier finish we may all get a lot more exposure to sunlight. Take care to avoid overexposure. We are close to the equator and the sun’s radiation is much stronger here than is generally realized even on a cloudy day. Protect your eyes with sunglasses, if you are fair skinned then also consider sun cream, or long sleeves or a parasol and/or a hat. The locals cover themselves from head to foot for good reason. Long distance driving e.g. to Abu Dhabi also creates risk of overexposure.

Service centres
Customers’ happiness centres will be operating from Sunday to Thursday at different times.
Umm Al Romool, Al Barsha, Deira and Al Kafaf Centers will open from 09:00 am to 02:00 pm.
Al Tawar, Al Manara, and Al Awir Centers will operate from 09:00 am to 05:00 pm.

Some general Ramadan Do’s and Don’ts
DO… make the most of the community spirit. Say ‘Ramadan Kareem’ to friends and colleagues, introduce yourself to those neighbours to whom ‘you’ve always meant to say ‘hi , organise an after-work iftar, and catch up with friends and family.
DO… understand that many locals become a night owl. Everything happens later during Ramadan. Malls are open past midnight and suhoors go into the early hours.
email responses may take longer, and it may take a little more planning to process visas, or just about any other government business transaction if their working hours are reduced
DO… your bit for a good cause. Ramadan is a good time to put your money where your mouth is. The UAE has a wide range of charitable and volunteering organisations.
DON’T… forget the ‘rules.
If you’re not a Muslim, then they still apply – you’re still expected to be respectful.
It’s frowned upon to dress inappropriately, eat, drink or smoke during daylight, play loud music or swear in public. At the very least these things are frowned upon and will cause discomfort to others, and at worst you may find yourself in trouble with the police or fined.
DON’T… lose your patience. Working hours are likely to be shorter (and perhaps a little less productive), those who are fasting tend to be tired, and the UAE’s roads will be more hectic at times.

سائلين الله عـز وجـل أن يرزقكـم فيه مغـفـره ورحمه وعتق من النار.
We ask ALLAH Almighty to bless you with forgiveness and mercy and freedom from fire

May all your prayers be answered.

VAT planning- GCC framework is published

May 10th, 2017

The GCC’s unified agreement for value added tax (VAT) has recently been published (in Arabic only) by the
Saudi Ministry of Finance on their website.

This unified agreement sets out the framework under which VAT can be implemented in each of the
GCC member states. The framework includes agreement on certain matters but still allows member
states discretion on how to treat others.

Once the agreement is ratified, each member state can issue its own local law and implement VAT.

The UAE intends to implement VAT with effect from 1 January 2018 but other states may take another 6 months or so.

The framework paves the way for implementation, for a basic rate of VAT of five percent with certain supplies of goods and services zero rated or VAT exempt. We understand that the Ministry of Finance (MoF) will release the UAE’s law on VAT towards the end of June. This will detail how the UAE will interpret the GCC framework and how it will deal with those matters where it has discretion. These will include whether to treat certain supplies as zero rated or VAT exempt.

The local law will detail conditions for:
VAT deductions,
VAT grouping
Rules for recovering VAT in respect of financial services
Reporting formats

There is no indication of how VAT will apply to free zones.

The MoF has recently been holding a series of public awareness sessions, outlining how they
propose to apply VAT to those areas where the GCC framework allows discretion. The UAE has also
taken steps to set up its own Federal Tax Authority (FTA), which will be responsible for all VAT
matters in the UAE.

The framework provides information to start planning for VAT.

VAT will impact all businesses in the UAE, either directly or indirectly.

So carefully review your systems and review their processes to understand the impact of VAT and to determine what needs to be done to be fully compliant with the new laws.

Do you need to recruit? Train?

Budget for auditors, or consulting support, or system modifications or upgrades?

What contracts are in place beyond 1 January 2018 -how will those be impacted by VAT?

All businesses will be required to maintain extensive and proper books of account because complete, verifiable
documentation will be essential to support a VAT refund claim and avoid penalties for non-compliance.

Accounting systems should be able to identify and record VAT – payable and receivable, – across the entire supply chain. Ensure that your systems will enable you to:
- hold VAT registration ids by trading partner
- hold VAT codes by item fro the relevant tax rate or exemption.
- identify and record rebates,
- exemptions,
– or other special VAT treatments on particular transactions.
- generate commercial documents like invoices or till receipts with VAT shown
- deal with rebate and returns
- create timely, accurate statutory returns
- work with current interfaces.
- product auditable accounts.

We have already received several dozen inquires to assist with this transition, if you need assistance with your business systems to comply with VAT then please contact us in good time – year end is a holiday season and also a busy time for new system go live, and for financial audit preparation.

Spa Event -Deyafa Systems Dubai – featuring ‘Core’ by Premier Software

March 14th, 2017

GEMS auditorium
10:00-12:30 16 March 2017
Microsoft Gulf Offices: Dubai Internet City

- What are the challenges an opportunities for the spa industry in the U.A.E. ?
- Hear from industry professionals.
- Find out how Core from Premier Software and Deyafa Systems can help you increase you inquiry conversion, and customer retention, and drive your SPA REVPATH.

Premier Software gets to the ‘Core’ of your business.
The industry’s leading spa business management software companies has confirmed as a key speaker at an exclusive one day event held at the Microsoft Gulf, Gem Auditorium, Internet city, Dubai.

Premier Software has teamed up with Deyafa Hospitality Solutions to host an exclusive event showcasing its flagship software system – Core by Premier Software (Core).

The event is supported by Microsoft and Synergy Software Systems,.

Developed specifically for the spa, wellness and leisure industry, Core is already the software system of choice for many leading hotels and spas across the world including the Buji Club – Burj Khalifa, InterContinental® Dubai Marina, Nikki Beach Resort & Spa, The Belfry and The Corinthia.

Core brings together over two decades of experience to deliver a business management system that provides a complete overview of your business at the touch of a button. Core is available both as a single site, and a multi-site solution.

Stephen Jones, Director, of Dubai’s Deyafa Systems will present a key note speech on spa challenges and opportunities in the region that encompasses: economic, demographic, statutory, and technological changes, key spa metrics and industry trends.

Leonie Wileman, Premier’s Chief Operating Officer, will then showcase ‘Core’ and how its capabilities help a spa be more profitable. “The spa and wellness industry is constantly evolving and many of our clients are looking for a robust IT solution that not only integrates with existing PMS, but can also flex to accommodate future growth,” she said. “The event is an ideal opportunity for visitors to explore Core, see how it works and integrates with existing systems and fully understand how it can transform a business. Core helps to maximise profitability, to streamline day-to-day operations and to pinpoint areas for growth. It is easy-to-use for everyone form the Group Financial Director’s through to the therapists and reception staff.”

The event will also showcase the Core solution with a live demonstration.

We will also hear about some implementations of Core, in prominent spas.

There will be opportunity to mix with other regional spa professionals at the event.

Deyafa Systems is a Dubai based speciality provider of globally branded hospitality solutions. Stephen Jones, Director of Deyafa Systems, said. “We are excited about the new release of Core, an integrated, new generation of spa software. It builds in Premier Software’s years of spa management experience and leverages Microsoft’s powerful technology to improve REVPATH, customer conversion and customer retention.“

Key functions in Core include: online bookings, memberships, scheduling, retail sales, automated marketing and extensive reporting features

Premier has been working with Deyafa since 2003 to provide hospitality IT solutions to both independent spas, and wellness centres, and to large international hotel groups. With its single database structure that can be tailored to meet a sap business’s exact requirements,

Core is rapidly proving to be the software system of choice for the industry.

To register:
Call Suresh 00971 4 3365589/ 33744582
or
Email: suresh.savari@synergy-software.com
or
register on line http://deyafasystems.com/PremierSPAevent

VAT in the U.A.E. what steps should you be taking- ask Synergy Software Systems

March 13th, 2017

By January 1, 2018, it is expected that value added tax (VAT) will be applied at a rate of 5 per cent on most goods and services in the UAE and wider GCC region. The Unified Agreement, previously referred to by the working title of a framework agreement, is an overarching agreement that will be concluded by all six GCC nations. The best acronym, albeit long, is “GCC UAVAT”.

The unity referred to in the GCC UAVAT is a unity of purpose. The GCC UAVAT is intended to make sure that VAT is introduced in the GCC in a coordinated fashion. It does not necessarily mean that each national VAT law will be identical, nor that those national laws will all become effective on exactly the same date.

The rate of VAT has been confirmed at 5 per cent, a figure that was agreed at GCC level in mid-2016.
Minister of State for Financial Affairs Obaid Humaid Al Tayer. Speaking to reporters after a joint press conference with Christine Lagarde, Managing Director of the IMF in Dubai, Al Tayer said 100 food items, health, education, bicycles and social services would be exempt from VAT. Further information was provided by the Bahraini information affairs minister, who held a press conference attended by the under-secretary for finance in Bahrain. The Bahraini minister confirmed that basic food and other consumer commodities, medicines and medical supplies will be exempt from VAT. The list of exemptions signals a clear intention on the part of the GCC authorities to temper the mildly regressive nature of VAT.

VAT is an indirect tax applied at every stage of the supply chain, the end effect of the levy is on consumers who finally pay the tax while buying a good or service. Businesses collect and account for the tax, in a way acting as a tax collector on behalf of the government. A business pays the government the tax that it collects from the customers while it may also receive a refund from the government on tax that it has paid to its suppliers. The net result is that tax receipts to government reflect the ‘value add’ throughout the supply chain. VAT is said to be a “self-policing” tax because of the netting-off of input tax from output tax at each successive stage of the production and distribution cycles. Thus, administration is not confined to the national tax authority. As taxable entities, VAT-registered businesses also have administrative responsibilities. Work must be undertaken in that important regard.

There are four important stakeholders in this VAT episode: – governments (beneficiary), businesses (tax collectors), consumers (taxpayers) and consultants (VAT experts). VAT is a tax on consumption. It is ultimately paid by the consumer, in other words “the public” in some shape or form. The public does, therefore, need to be aware.

The businesses that are required to collect the VAT and deposit it with the government are the most worried . They will have to perform an extra function, which could result in additional hiring and costs, or risk of fines, although they do not receive a direct economic incentive. It is not just a question of simply collecting and remitting, , being in the ‘middle’ may bring several complexities.

if the UK and EU VAT regimes are anything to go by, the complete legislative picture will comprise a number of layers. All businesses in the UAE will need to record their financial transactions and ensure that their financial records are accurate and up to date.
– Businesses that meet the minimum annual turnover requirement (as evidenced by their financial records) will be required to register for VAT.
- Businesses that do not think that they should be VAT registered should maintain their financial records in any event, their turnover may change, and the in case the government tax team may need to establish whether they should be registered.

Registration for VAT is expected to be made available to businesses that meet the requirements criteria, three months before the launch of VAT. Businesses will be able to register online using eServices

Registered businesses will be expected to submit VAT returns on a regular basis. It is expected that the default period for filing VAT returns will be three months for the majority of businesses. Registered businesses will be able to file their returns online using eServices.

Details of the Tax Law will be made to the press and details will be published on the Ministry of Finance website. The primary source of information regarding the UAE VAT Law is the Ministry of Finance website.

There may be some special rules on VAT for organizations such as government entities as well as refunds available in some circumstances, especially where international obligations require us to make those refunds.

Everyone is urged to fully comply with their VAT responsibilities. The government is currently in the process of defining the exact fees and penalties for non-compliance.

VAT-registered businesses generally:
• must charge VAT on taxable goods or services they supply;
• may reclaim any VAT they’ve paid on business-related goods or services;
• keep a range of business records which will allow the government to check that they have got things right

If you’re a VAT-registered business you must report the amount of VAT you’ve charged and the amount of VAT you’ve paid to the government on a regular basis. It will be a formal submission and it is likely that the reporting will be made online.

If you’ve charged more VAT than you’ve paid, you have to pay the difference to the government. If you’ve paid more VAT than you’ve charged, you can reclaim the difference.

VAT differs from sales tax which is only imposed on the final sale to the consumer. This contrasts with VAT which is imposed on goods and services and is charged throughout the supply chain, including on the final sale. VAT is also imposed on imports of goods and services so as to ensure that a level playing field is maintained for domestic providers of those same goods and services.

Not all businesses will need to register for VAT. In simple terms, only businesses that meet a certain minimum annual turnover requirement will have to register for VAT. That is, many small businesses will not need to register for VAT. The specific conditions (such as minimum annual turnover) that will help identify businesses that do not need to register for VAT are not expected to be announced before October.

Four-step guide to help companies in the UAE to prepare for VAT implementation, (which can take between eight and 12 months). It may take longer if some of the activities are outsourced, for example IT.
1. Impact assessment
• Complete an impact assessment to understand VAT and its commercial effects.
• Prioritise issues and prepare for implementation.
• This is a key step.
• The assessment looks at its various effects on the organisational, operational and financial levels.
• Typically, an impact assessment needs between eight and 12 weeks to complete and that leaves a relatively short time, no more than nine months, to affect implementation.

2. Project preparation
• Prepare a project plan and secure the necessary internal and external resources and ensure the stakeholders in the business are informed.
• VAT is not just a finance project. It affects all transactions and so touches every aspect of the organisation.
• VAT affects IT systems, finance, human resources, legal teams and even inter-organisation transactions.
• IT systems are integral to the process because they need to be updated to handle the VAT.
• Preparation will entail a cost that companies will need to budget.

3. Design and implementation
• Based on the impact assessment, they need to develop a road map for identifying the changes required, understanding the scheduling requirements and planning for work.
• Implementing the changes across various levels in the organisation starts with mapping the transaction footprint to understand the VAT obligations of the business. This should form the basis for making changes across different verticals in the organisation such as IT, supply chain and human resources.
• Businesses need to design the systems and reports and train their staff on the process requirements for VAT.
• This may require a new software/ new release, or upgrade, Consider:
 COA changes,
 Contract changes
 Order, receipt and invoice formats
 Cash flow and budget updates
 Impact on open orders on1 Jan 2018
 Whether any interfaces are affected
• Businesses must implement necessary changes to systems, controls, reporting and governance in good time.

4. Registering and testing
• Businesses need to register for VAT .
• They need to test that their business systems are capable of compliance and reporting.
• Businesses need to integrate the changes made into the operations and train relevant staff about their new roles and responsibilities to achieve the desired result.
• Testing the VAT system, processes and controls during a “live” phase (expected from January 1, 2018) is important to allow for the complete and accurate completion of the first VAT return.
• Make sure to test adequate volumes of data – e.g. processing a quarterly Vat return on all sales and purchase transactions may involve a lot of processing for some companies.
• Make sure to test interfaces.

U.A.E. VAT registration – from October 2017

February 14th, 2017

Business in the UAE will be able to register online for value-added tax (VAT) from October.
On Sunday, Younis Al Khouri, under-secretary, Ministry of Finance, said the six-nation Gulf Cooperation Council is aiming to introduce a 5 percent VAT from January 2018.

In an update on its website, the ministry said that registration for VAT is “expected to be made available to businesses that meet the requirements criteria three months before the launch of VAT” with companies able to register online.

With regards to filing of VAT returns, the ministry said registered businesses will be expected to submit VAT returns on a regular basis online, with the default period for filing VAT returns at three months for the majority of businesses.

Businesses will be required to keep records that will allow authorities to identify the details of the business activities and to review relevant transactions. Specifics regarding the documents required, reports to be submitted, and the time period for retaining records haven’t been revealed.

Once the, UAE VAT law is finalised, and approved it will be published.

Now is a good time to review the possible impacts on your business for example on: cash flows, margins, pricing, contractual terms etc. Contractual terms may need careful review both for your customers and your suppliers. A tax on profits should not be affected by contractual terms but not everyone will want to see it that way.

This change will impact some verticals much more than others. There is often an initial drop in sales. It may also create opportunity for pre-VAT sales, or to reconsider the mix of products and services offered.

Asked whether some sectors in the UAE might be exempt from the tax to reduce the drag on the economy, Al Khouri said the government was aiming for a 5 per cent rate across the board but parts of seven sectors – education, healthcare, renewable energy, water, space, transport and technology – might get special treatment.

For other industries re-investment of the tax revenue by government may significantly boost new projects -as much as $20bn is estimated as the tax take..

It is prudent to review your financial systems, and whether those need upgrade, additional configuration, report modification (e.g. Invoices, POs), whether interfaces are likely to be affected, whether staff need retraining, whether new reports are needed.

If as expected this happens in January then that is also a time when many companies are either busy with a financial year end, financial audit, or software go live. For the same reason its also a time when consultants are busy. National and seasonal holidays also eat into management time.

The window – if VAT is introduced as intended on 1, January 2018 – is indeed short and demands that businesses urgently take action. raise awareness within the organisation. Carefully review supply chains and internal processes to fully understand the impact of VAT on the overall business model. Determine what needs to be done to be fully compliant with the new system.

Clear communication within organisations is critical, all employees need be aware of how the business model might have to change. All functions across the business – including finance, legal, IT and sales but also marketing and human resources – must understand the impact of VAT, including additional costs – which could be actual or related to compliance or cash flow – on their operations. It is critical to evaluate contracts that go beyond January 2018 regarding the ramifications of VAT – and who pays.

Compliance requires maintaining appropriate books of account to support VAT refunds and to avoid penalties for non-compliance.
- Accounting systems must be able to identify and record VAT – payable and receivable – across the entire supply chain.
- Businesses must be able to identify andto record rebates, exemptions or other special VAT treatments on particular transactions.

Start preparations early. Put some contingency budget away for consulting resources.
Paying VAT is one challenge, being fined for not doing it on time is a problem best avoided.

Summary:
Assess capability of existing systems
• Identify VAT implementation strategy
• Identify contracts that need a VAT action
• Identify intercompany transactions
• Undertake training / awareness

VAT implementation will have immediate effects on consumer behavior, which gives both challenges and
opportunities for companies to assess their business direction and to review their: strategies, budgets, cash flow forecasts, manning.

If you need to implement a new financial system, or to enable VAT in your current systems then contact us on 00091713365589

25 years in Dubai – Synergy Software Systems.

November 17th, 2016

Our official 25th Anniversary today.

It started well with this appreciation message from a Finance Director of major local hotel g following another successful project

“We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for the Wonderful trainng and support you have provided for Sunsystem upgrade and to make the system live without error”
Of course we regularly receive praise from clients for our Susystems teams delivery and support -go with Synergy and sleep at night” but it was all the more special to receive it on our anniversary.

Then followed a meeting with a senior IT manger from the Dubai government Protocol department who similarly praised our CRM team.

At midday the staff gathered to mark the occasion. Dubai has changed a lot in the last 25 years – no Internet City, no Marina, no Emirates Mall Dubai Mall, Festival city, no Burj Al Arab or Burj Khalifa, and few roads, or road signs, no metro, no parking meters! For a bright eyed young girl from India who did not speak Arabic, to come here and set up then was a daunting challenge, but for anyone who has met Jennifer will know her mettle. They will also know the inspiration she gives others and the staff showed their appreciation with a surprise presentation of an elegant watch.

So here we are twenty five years on, and the company has grown and diversified and has an enviable client base of international companies, regional groups and Government offices. In a rapidly world of Brexit, Trump, cloud, Blockchain, Social media, political tensions, global warming and an International Dubai, what will the next 25 years bring? Well the last 25 years brought a few grey hairs and extra kilos and many fond memories and friendships, and we face the next 25 years with the same enthusiasm and principles to guide us.
And she is still bright eyed and ready to take on the world.

Another successful Dynamics Ax project for Synergy Software Systems

September 29th, 2016

Final POS configuration quality checks.

Dynamics CRM for Healthcare in U.A.E. – see our 7Medical HIS Systems – Synergy Software Systems Dubai

September 3rd, 2016

A Microsoft Dynamics CRM based solution that is extended with over 7000 objects specifically for HIS in our 7 Medical Systems solution provides the best experience and engagement for medical professionals. and for their patients.

Working with HIS systems typically requires either lots of manual duplication of data, and manual work flow processes, or integration of many systems. Middleware tools are very expensive. Our experience is that a custom-built integration for the specific set of HIS solutions is the best and most effective way to connect people and processes. Microsoft Dynamics CRM with 7 Medical systems will ensure the data points and information are integrated and available, and the rules around data integrity are enforced as required in each organization. We provide an in built integration platform.

The solution scales whether for a single clinic, or department, or for a chain of hospitals,

Built with xRM so you also leverage all the great features of Microsoft Dynamics CRM -social media monitoring, marketing, case management, relationship management, pipeline management, analytics, and much, much, more.

We also offer a superb, integrated imaging storage solution

Simple monthly per user cloud pricing , no up front license or server costs. Any time anywhere, any device access – improve collaboration across the medical professionals involved involved business processes.

Extend and integrate your HIS systems into a common front end with a proven solution. to reduce costs, increase revenue and to enhance customer care.

Implemented and supported locally by a partner awarded “Highest Customer Satisfaction” by Microsoft.
Contact Synergy Software Systems 0097143365589 ask for Wison.