Fiscal Printers In Panama


Softland ERP adapts to operating specifications of fiscal printers in Panama, authorized by Panama’s General Revenue Department (DGI) for controlling the payment of the tax on the transfer of goods and services (also known as ITBMS) in every store in the country.

Currently, this Softland ERP’s option is certified only for Hasar fiscal printers. This device works with a hard drive that records invoices, while regulating sales and collection of the ITBMS. The device is configured with Softland ERP, so before setting up the parameters it allows you to set up the ERP modules related to invoicing, point of sale and inventory, as well as business accounting, allowing the integration of information without duplicated work.

  • It limits what can be printed in the receipt and validates the data received according to the fiscal transaction in process. This ensures the printing of precise information for each transaction.
  • The fiscal printer accumulates and records the total amount of sold merchandise and the total payable added value tax for each receipt, which is directly recorded in Softland ERP.
  • It allows the numbering and identification of fiscal, non-fiscal and authorized non-fiscal receipts.
  • It accumulates and records the totals of issued receipts and merchandise sold throughout the day, while allowing to accumulate daily totals in general totals of issued receipts and merchandise sold, which is also recorded in the system.
  • It saves totals in the Fiscal Memory and issues a receipt for the fiscal day closing with daily totals.
  • It provides fiscal reports for extracting information recorded in the Fiscal Memory.
  • It controls the temporary sequence of the fiscal day closings.
  • It prevents unauthorized activities, i.e. Softland ERP doesn’t allow reprinting when using the fiscal printer.

Mandatory fiscal printers were introduced by Law No. 8, March 15th, 2010. You can access the resolution here :