ERP GDPR compliant

On May 25th, 2018 the new General Data Protection Regulation or GDPR, enters into force.

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The current legal framework on the protection of personal data has been reformed by the new European regulation on personal data protection (EU Regulation 2016/679 also referred to by the acronym GDPR).

This regulation is actually the most important element of a comprehensive European reform of the subject, that concerns other European directives and international treaties.

According to the principle of responsibility envisaged by the new regulation, controllers are entrusted with the task of autonomously deciding on the methods, guarantees and limits of data processing, in order to guarantee adequate protection.

Pursuant to the same EU Regulation 2016/679, and as controller of the data, Microarea is consistent with the aforementioned GDPR regulation.

GDPR tools and data sheet

In Private Area on Microarea's website, a technical reference sheet is now available, concerning the processing affected by the GDPR regulations that can be set with Mago.

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As you probably know, an important date is very close: on 25th, May 2018 the General Data Protection Regulation will enter into force.

The General Data Protection Regulation, also known as GDPR, is the european regulation about privacy and data that will be operating in few days.

There is a lot of excitement around the theme and this happens for many reasons. First of all, as a "regulation", the GDPR has a general application, that is to say it is valid in all countries, and has direct applicability in all its elements. Moreover, its impact is really vast: the GDPR concerns the companies that manage any kind of personal data. For accurate and complete information we will refer to the text of the regulation in the Official Journal of the European Union.

And, since the data processing is also carried out with the ERP / Mago4 software,we decided to put at your disposal a data sheet that can help you set correctly the data protection policy, the processing carried out and the security measures implemented with Mago suites.

You can consult this form on the Documentation page in Microarea's website Private Area.


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Thanks to a special procedure, Mago4 1.3 is in line with the directive on the balance sheet provided by the European Union.

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With Mago4 1.3, a major implementation in tax matters has been released. It is the procedure to generate new reclassification schemes which comply with Directive 34/2013 of the European Union, required to print the financial statements according to EU rules starting from year 2016.

Directive 34/2013 / EU has in fact repealed the previous ones, concerning the discipline of the financial statements and Multicompany balance for companies with share capital and other entities identified by law. The regulations provide innovations in Europe accounting system, in order to achieve a genuine harmonization in European annual financial statements.

In Italy the adaptations to the EU directive came into effect on January 1, 2016 by Legislative Decree n. 139 of August 18, 2015 and are to be applied to financial statements relating to the period 01/01/2016 - 31/12/2016.

Even if such news does not have retroactive effect, the 2015 balance will be reclassified under the new provisions, to be compared in the 2016 balance sheet presentation.

The procedure introduced with Mago4 1.3 allows you to create new patterns from those currently in use, under specific mapping file. In Mago the balance was already processed according to EU standards, but now the conversion of schemes is a simple and quick operation.

For detailed information, please refer to the HelpCenter guide to reclassification procedure.


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