Experiences from IT companies are positive - the speed and reliability of receiving JIR numbers from the Tax Administration is very high.
According to information from Service Plus IT, a fiscalization software developer, a sample of five companies using their solution, the percentage of transactions which haven't been successfully authorized in the first attempt is in the range between 2.2% and 14.5% of all transactions. The total number of such transactions was 172,601 from the first day of fiscalization until today. In the second attempt, all transactions were successfully authorized by the Tax Administration and received their JIR numbers.
Analysis determined that the main reason for the unsuccessful transactions is the user's local network infrastructure ( LAN ) which isn't optimized in the way to grant the highest priority and bandwidth to fiscal network packages.
Some users access the Internet via their central or managing offices which are often located outside of Croatia, so that there are cases in which the cash register sends the JIR request, for example, to France and then back to Croatia from France. Such a way of operation delays the process of obtaining a JIR number.
Between 8 and 15 January 2013, the Tax Administration inspectors have determined irregularities in 308 fiscalization subjects. 299 of them have fixed the irregularities, while the 9 remaining business premises were sealed.
In the period from 27 December 2012 at 10:00 hours, when the Tax Administration first granted the fiscalization subjects access to the fiscalization system's production environment, until 15 January 2013 at 10:00 hours, the system has received 55,442,515 XML receipt entries from 14,015 different OIBs, and 64,454 XML business premises entries from 13,482 different OIBs.