Small businesses in particular suffer from bureaucracy: The “Easy Workshop” project aims to make the processes in mechanics’ everyday work easier. This is a cloud-based software for small and medium-sized car, motorcycle, truck, mobile home and other workshops, with which they can simplify their office work many times over.
The company easySAAS GmbH, founded by Thomas Grömer in Taukirchen an der Pram, offers intelligent functions such as the registration document scan, the integrated cash register and supplier interfaces: This is intended to simplify work processes and minimize paper work. The accounting is being prepared and communication with the tax advisor is in place. 1,300 customers in seven countries are served.
With “Easy Workshop”, easySAAS applied for the OÖN Digital Prize in the “Digital Project” category.
Prizes in six categories
Submissions for the Digitalos are possible until October 7th in the following categories: digital start-ups, digital personality, digital project and digital transformation. The woman who stands out through her digital achievements in one or more of the four main categories mentioned will be awarded the special Digitalia Prize. A jury chooses the winners. The jury also determines who receives the “digital pioneer” award: Here, a person is selected who has shaped digitalization in Upper Austria with exceptional achievements.
OÖN and its partners Sparkasse Oberösterreich, Tabakfabrik, KPMG, City of Linz, Wiener Städtische and State of Upper Austria make a pre-selection from all applications. They are supported by digital experts from the JKU in Linz. The Digitalos winners will be chosen on November 16th at a gala in the Linzer Tabakfabrik. All applicants are invited.