Welcome on PPR

Programming Pool was established in 2001 in Romania and is a Limited Liability Company. The PPR head office is based in Baia Mare.

The company has corporate offices in London, UK and is represented in Germany, Austria, Czech Republic and Italy. With a team of over 80 specialists and employees in several locations in Romania, PPR provides development, support and consulting services to clients in various industries.

Smart solutions

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    PPR – project management software
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    Back offices for the pre-paid card business
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    Tools for success
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    Software Development Outsourcing

Our Skills

Back offices for the pre-paid card business100%
Hospitality industry75%
Software Development Outsourcing60%
Support/Updates100%
  • Back offices for
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Edenred (formerly known as Accor Services) is the company which invented the Ticket Restaurant® meal voucher and is the world leader in prepaid corporate services, designing and delivering solutions that make employees’ lives easier and improve the efficiency of organizations.

Since 2008, our company Programming Pool has created, developed and maintained applications and technology-based business solutions for both the voucher and the pre-paid card businesses. For the pre-paid card business we have developed several back offices in which we manage the Clients’ ordering and invoicing modules, as well as the Affiliates’ invoicing and reimbursement modules. Several Edenred Business Units from Western, Central and Eastern Europe use the card back offices which have been developed by our company for Edenred (the applications themselves are Edenred property).

Just like Edenred is committed to forging and nurturing relationships with all of its stakeholders, based on dialogue, win-win benefits and mutual responsibility, here, at Programming Pool, we strive to accommodate the seamless integration of various systems, databases and networks and to enable our Customer to achieve maximum returns on their IT investments.

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