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About internationalization

NewStore helps you to set up stores in your business in multiple countries, which includes countries that use multiple languages and have fiscal regulations to monitor retail operations.

You can use Associate App and NewStore Omnichannel Manager in languages other than English. Currently, NewStore Omnichannel Manager is available in English and French.

Associate App is available in English, Catalan, Chinese, Czech, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Spanish, and Swedish. To change the language, change your iPhone's language:

  1. Tap Settings > General > Language & Region >iPhone Language.
  2. Choose a language. If the language you selected is supported by NewStore, the app will use it.

About fiscalization

NewStore enables you to operate stores in countries where fiscal regulations apply, and helps you achieve fiscal compliance according to the regulatory laws in the specified countries.

Currently, NewStore supports fiscalization in the following countries:

As part of the process to help you stay compliant with fiscal regulations, NewStore uses the following features in the platform:

Fiscal activation for stores can be managed via Omnichannel Manager. For more details, see Managing fiscal stores .


To help your business set up stores that comply with fiscal regulations in fiscal countries, contact the support team to walk you through the process, which includes managing templates , and other technical integrations in the platform.


All items in a cart must contain taxes from the same country. NewStore does not support carts containing items with taxes applicable for different countries. Separate orders must be placed for such items.

Fiscal country matrix

Click the tab for each country to see what fiscalization features are supported by NewStore for each country, where:

  • ✅ : Fiscalization is supported and/or transactions are fiscalized by NewStore
  • 🟡 : Not fiscalized
  • ❌ : Not supported
Fiscalization FeatureStatus
Fiscalization typeSoftware1
Integration partnersfiskaltrust
Transaction types
Verified return
Blind return
Verified exchange
Blind exchange
Cross-border sale (local currency)
Cross-border return (local currency)
Cross-border return (foreign currency)🟡
Appeasement refunds
Offline mode🟡 3
External orders🟡
Remote selling🟡
Payment types
Credit card
Gift card
NewStore Checkout
Receipt copies
Cash management🟡
Supported report periodsMonthly (Z)
Yearly (Z)
Report generationAutomatic
Available viafiskaltrust Portal (Archive export)

1 Achieved with the help of a fiscal integration partner.

2 Achieved via NewStore implementation.

3 Orders placed in offline mode are not fiscalized. Retailers can opt-in and enable Offline Mode in specific countries via an Associate App configuration in Omnichannel Manager. See Opting in for Offline Mode in fiscal countries .

4 Not available as an in-store payment option, but available as a remote payment option.

Fiscal activations

In countries where software fiscal regulations apply, a store must be fiscally activated before orders can be created via NewStore Associate app.


A store must be already created within the NewStore platform before it can be fiscally activated. For more details, see Creating a store .

For more details on fiscal activations, see fiscal activation guides for countries where software fiscal regulations apply:

Adding fiscal signatures to receipts

In some countries, you have to print the fiscal signature on the receipts. The requirements for the fiscal signature format and fields depend on the country that a retailer operates in, where fiscal regulations apply.

The fiscal signature data is available as a pre-defined property, which can be used for displaying the fiscal signature.

To update the template to include the fiscal signature in the receipt, follow the steps mentioned in Customizing a template .

To understand what changes must be made in the template, see the the tutorial .

  • The retailer is responsible for verifying local regulations and ensuring compliance of the receipt.
  • Receipts created within non-production environments should be marked with an indicator, such as a header text or watermark. The indicator must state that the receipt is not valid and is for testing purposes only. The indicator helps retailers to identify a test receipt and prevents unintended usage of such receipts.