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* accounts receivable (receiving payments)
* managing payroll
* preparing reports for management
* procurement (making and authorizing purchases)
* balancing bank accounts with internal records
* keeping detailed histories and records for audit purposes
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* tracking details of transactions
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* reimbursing receipts
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Area Covered: Europe
Zerus Computer Institute
United Research Group
Company: Paid Mail
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Company: Paid Mail
Description: Date: 2008-09-09
Business Qestioniare and explanation of format to present the business description for Paid Mail Inc
The business plan (BP) is a key part of the submitted project – it should describe with
sufficient convincingness all important points of the project. Therefore, it should be the primary
guidepost for both the subsidy applicant and for the entities that will decide on the acceptance or
rejection of the project.
The recommended outline of the business plan is designed so that if fulfils this stated
requirement and in order for the evaluator to find in the BP answers to all questions that are important
from the perspective of evaluation of the project. The BP should not contain information which will be
required in the application (identification data about the project, etc.), though the applicant should refer
to this in the relevant chapters.
The BP should not contain more than 30 pages of text.
A) Brief summary of project content – max. three pages (the most important facts including
description of the project location – leased premises, currently used premises,
construction of needed premises)
B) Necessity and relevance of the project (in the case of an applicant without a prior history, the
situation of the entity/entities that exercise a controlling interest in the legal entity of the applicant
should be described)
1) Area of specialization of the company’s activities from the perspective of the technological
advancement of products according to the annex (annex of the selection criteria). Companies
in whose production the products (results) of the development centre are not utilised shall
present, according to the annex, the area of specialization of the company's/companies’
activities from the perspective of the technological advancement of products in which the
products (results) of the development centre are utilised in production and the extent of such
2) Place of implementation of the project in a region with concentrated state aid; the
characteristics of the region and the project’s location.
3) Expected degree of innovation of R&D results (innovation ranking) during the project (does the
project contribute to the advancement of the company’s activities into the category of products
with a higher technical level?). This information can also be ascertained by comparing the
specialization of the company/companies in which the products (results) of the development
centre are utilised).
4) Is the project related to the protection or improvement of the environment? Will the project
lead to the regeneration of “brownfields”?
5) Description of the current position and form of the company:
a) The basic business strategy of the Applicant and how the submitted project fits into this
strategy, demonstration of knowledge of the market, methods of ascertaining the needs of
customers; concept of the technical-economic development of the firm in the coming three
years – max. two pages.
In the case of projects with a subsidy amount over CZK 20 million, specify the principles of
other important company activities (trade, innovation of products and processes,
investment development, etc.)
b) Method of reacting to current market opportunities and trends in the given field of
business (innovation of the company’s own products and processes) – specific cases, for
example statement of turnover from sales of innovative products for the previous three
years or the share of turnover from sales of innovative products in relation to the total
turnover for the previous three years.
c) Method of acquiring new knowledge (purchase of licenses, orders for research solutions,
d) Participation in R&D-support programmes.
e) Utilisation of deduction from the income-tax base of costs expended on R&D projects.
Validity from: 28.4.2008
6) Description of the company’s innovation process and its historical development; description of
experience with implementing projects (national, international), including specific examples
and the level of achieved results (new products and technologies, patents, publications, etc.)
and their market utilisation (realised fees for provided licenses, innovative products reflected in
revenues, etc.); certificates for new systems of quality management; other activities
rationalising and improving the conduct of business; ways of protecting the company’s
intellectual property showing, among other thing, the innovation maturity of the company.
In the case of projects with a subsidy amount of over CZK 20 million, the applicant should also
describe activities in the area of further education and training of employees and activities in
the areas of marketing and organisational innovation, etc.
C) Applicant’s preparedness for implementation of the project (in the case of an applicant
without a prior history, the situation of the entity/entities that exercise a controlling interest in the
legal entity of the applicant should be described)
1) Feasibility of the project in relation to the description of investment projects and their financing
implemented in the last three years; the character of ensuring the organisation of project
implementation (internally, externally).
In the case of projects with a subsidy amount over CZK 20 million, the applicant shall also
state whether this involves the utilisation of other sources of financing, e.g. requesting aid in
the programme supporting the horizontal mobility of employees in the Operational Programme
Education and Competitiveness or in the Real Estate Programme of the Operational
Programme Enterprise and Innovation.
2) Characteristics of the operation of separate RIC units (laboratories, pilot verification units,
development structure and workshops, clean rooms, testing polygons, etc.) and the
subsequent specification of all acquired long-term tangible and intangible assets for R&D
financed by the project’s resources in relation to the project’s budget, including a statement of
their technical parameters and anticipated maximum price; in the specification, it should be
stated whether this involves the utilisation of some equipment for other purposes and to what
extent (in such cases only the aliquot part of the acquisition price of the given equipment will
be included in the project); in the case of construction projects, the constructed RIC area,
costs for the purchase of land, buildings, renovation, project documentation and other related
costs, the price per 1 m3 of enclosed space; in the case of non-investment costs (services of
consultants and experts, studies, mandatory publicity, travel, wages and insurance) their
planned amount, including the rationale, should be stated.
3) Method of acquiring qualified human resources (the number and source of employees – the
company’s own employees, external recruitment, qualification and age structure of the
employees, their attestation, a description of their further development and involvement in the
4) Technical feasibility of the project implementation, sequence of solution phases (time
schedule of the project-solution process – setting of milestones (phases) and methods of
monitoring the achievement thereof, Gantt diagram; process of assembly and introduction of
large and sophisticated equipment into operation; process of the purchase of land,
construction of new buildings for RIC, modification of existing premises and settlement of
property-rights relationships; description of how the long-term RIC operability will be ensured.
5) Assurance of partnerships within the project (university, research organization, other entity
etc.); the partner’s experience and influence on the transfer of RIC results to the market and
on the long-term utilisation of RIC. This partnership shall be proved by the contract or other
6) Description and incorporation of existing research capacities (R&D section) in the company’s
organisational structure, the method of its management, cooperation with other relevant
sections (trade, marketing, quality management), proposal of the organisational inclusion of
RIC into the company’s structure (the company’s organisational structure), description of the
company’s own operation (system of operation), maintenance of equipment and instruments,
assurance of operability.
7) Reason for establishing or expanding RIC and the expected benefit for the company
(specialization of RIC, anticipated impact on the company’s activities, advancement to a
Validity from: 28.4.2008
higher technical level); rationale for attainment of the project’s target parameters (mandatory
and monitoring indicators), which will be inspected in the final phase of the project; financing
of the project’s solution (proportion of own financing and liabilities).
D) Benefit of the project for the applicant’s further development and competitiveness
1) Planned types and number of RIC results (research solutions leading to new products and
processes, R&D results implemented in the form of innovations, prototypes, processes,
patents, licenses) and clearly defined changes of technical parameters with respect to the
existing R&D results in connection with their implementation and applicability on the market.
2) Quantification and logical rationalisation of the project’s economic benefits for the company,
e.g. financial expression of the number and types of realised R&D results in the form of
technical or product innovations in terms of revenues and growth of for R&D support
substantiated by an analysis of the market for newly created R&D results.
3) Future involvement of RIC in external cooperation on the commercial basis of applied R&D,
types of joint projects (international R&D projects – EU framework programmes, national R&Dsupport
programmes, others); other types of cooperation (e.g. within regional or sector
clusters, platforms, etc.)
4) Impact of the project’s implementation on the future development of the company, including
potential economic and non-economic benefits (e.g. benefits for the region or the Czech
Republic as whole in the form of lower unemployment, availability of R&D facilities for other
entities, involvement in the transfer of technologies with regard to the creation of knowledge
economy values, new systems of quality management, introduction of new standards into
production, involvement in initiatives ensuring better use of the company’s resources or
support for the protection of intellectual property and intensification of the innovation cycle).
E) SWOT analysis of the project with emphasis to the weaknesses and threats
F) Facts from which bonification described in selection criteria is implied (if not already
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