The General Financial Directorate (GFD) is a government body responsible for administering state taxes (including personal income tax, corporation tax, value added tax, road tax, immovable property tax, tax on the acquisition of immovable property, stamp duty land tax, inheritance tax, and gift tax). Consequently, the GFD handles a huge amount of taxpayer data.
GFD staff often had to solve the problems associated with a large number of taxpayers (approximately 10 million residents, nearly 500 thousand foreigners, more than 450 thousand businesses, and almost one million self-employed individuals) and a correspondingly vast amount of data.
One of these issues was the unequivocal identification of natural and legal persons together with the clear and correct assignment of individual taxes to the tax subject. The processed data needed to be updated regularly, and as quickly and automatically as possible.
The GFD manages and processes massive volumes of data with a value of tens to hundreds of millions of Czech crowns.
The ADQC installation took place in a matter of days.