EKTACO Ltd - Point of Sales, Access Control, Working Time Management, Software Development


Professional. Sustainable. Reliable.

Professional. Sustainable. Reliable.

Professional. Reliable. Sustainable.

Professional. Sustainable. Reliable.

Professional. Reliable. Sustainable.

Professional. Reliable. Sustainable.

Case study of the Seaplane Harbour self-service point of sale

May 24, 2019

Seaplane Harbour, that inhabits the Estonian Sea Museum, is one of the most popular museums in Estonia. In 2018 more than 200,000 people visited the Seaplane Harbour.

Why did the Seaplane Harbour start to use the self-service point-of-sale?

A record number of people have visited the Seaplane Harbour after its opening. The number of visitors is especially large during summer months, school holidays and Christmas time, which creates queues at the point of sale.

A thousand thanks for your collaboration yesterday, today and for long future!

May 15, 2019

Ektaco has been developing and delivering reliable products for 30 years to raise your profit, decrease losses and allow you to concentrate doing your core business.

Let our products please you and your employees!









Personnel and owners of Ektaco

Ektaco: 30 years of startup mindset

May 10, 2019

Ektaco, a successful point of sale system and access control developer, is celebrating its 30th year of business activity. Its business grew 30% in the previous year thanks to client centric approach and export markets growth.

„Ektaco was established 30 years ago as a startup of its time with investors from Finland and risky ambitious plans. The company started with producing personal computers in Estonia and sold these to schools in Finland,“ tell CEO of Ektaco, Mr Kaido Jelle.