A seminar How to improve labor productivity in Russia with electronic accounting and documentation flow organized by Awara Eduhouse Training will be held on January 28, 2014 from 10:30 to 14:30 in St. Petersburg.
As evidenced by a recent World Bank report on Russia, raising labor productivity is today the great challenge in the Russian economy in general and for every company in particular. Cost of labor is increasing faster than the productivity of firms. In this situation companies must increase workforce productivity by streamlining their business processes. Accounting and financial administration processes play a crucial role in this as they are the traditional bastions emerged in the Soviet legacy of bureaucracy, red tape and inefficient processes. The idea of accounting in Russia is that you must move around and store loads of papers and collect signatures duly stamped at every corner. But the Iron Wall of Russian accounting has now begun to crumble. With new legislation, administrative practice and innovative IT solutions, Russia is now ready to move to modern electronic accounting processes.
How much of that is reality today? To what extent can you really digitalize your accounting and financial administration processes in Russia? And how do you do it? At this seminar we will tell you what and how covering all aspects of the question: legal, accounting, tax, practical steps and IT solutions.
Alexander Ermakov, Partner, Awara IT Solutions, Electronic Document Flow in Russia
Vladimir Egorov, ERP Product Manager, Microsoft, Microsoft ERP cloud solutions for business as a tool to improve management efficiency
Elena Barvitskaya, Director of Taxcom branch in St Petersburg,Organization of electronic document flow management by large Russian companies. An overview of successful cases
Olga Lapina, Counselor to the department supporting the Federal Tax Service of Russia, Primary accounting documents from paper to electronic formats
Maxim Eremenko, Head of Exchange of Electronic Documents at 1C, How to increase labor productivity in Russia using electronic accounting and financial management