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Budgeting and treasury

  • Calculation of standard (planned) cost - Cost management makes it possible to control the efficiency of the manufacturing process, calculate and evaluate economic indicators, as well as obtain information on material components that are used in the manufacturing.
  • Budget planning – financial planning as a means of controlling and assessing the operation results
  • Treasury – cash flow management to increase financial stability of an enterprise.
  • Management accounting – a system to provide information required for the decision-making related to the enterprise operation.
  • Investment planning – managing the enterprise investment program starting from an idea to full completion of projects.

What tasks does it solve?

Calculation of standard/target prime cost

Budget planning


Management accounting

Investment planning 

  • Necessity in multiscenario/multifactor and multicurrency planning;
  • Control of data completeness for the target prime cost calculation;
  • Transfer pricing accounting;
  • Factor analysis of prime cost (changes in structural elements and price factors);
  • Calculating an option (feature) impact on the basic vehicle price.

  • Free planning periods;
  • Lack of matching data between periods;
  • Duplication or corruption of reporting data;
  • Lack of budget execution control;
  • Duplication of business process functions;
  • Lack of unified formalised methods of budgeting;
  • Lack of division of responsibility for budget performance.

  • Distribution of responsibility for payments;
  • Cash flow planning — cash deficiency exclusion
  • Control of limits — transparent process for payment reconciliation and flexible reconciliation routes;
  • Improved control of cash flows within the branch network;
  • Control of proper use of funds by separate divisions;
  • Operating planning: fulfilling the terms of contracts with suppliers and fiscal payments, meeting financial obligations, etc.;
  • Treasury reporting in the online mode;
  • Control of government contract settlements;
  • Limit setting;
  • Expense request approval procedure.
  • Large amount of isolated financial and business operations that must be controlled

  • Need in fast manual data processing

  • Problems in making managerial decisions based on the accounting reports

  • Distribution of responsibility for project management at various implementation stages
  • Time-consuming update of data related to projects and execution analysis (planned and actual results)
  • No transparency when developing the investment program

A group of competencies in regulatory accounting and IFRS solves tasks in two areas of activity:

Solves tasks in two areas of activity:

Automation of the regulatory accounting
and IFRS accounting based on
1C software product
  1С software product support 

We implement and support 1C configurations:

  • ERP

  • Manufacturing enterprise management

  • Enterprise accounting

  • Holding management

The purpose of the group of specialists is to ensure timely and reliable regulatory and management reporting for Customers.

The group includes over 40 qualified certified specialists on regulatory accounting, including practicing IFRS auditors and accountants.

Our advantages:

  • Long-term expertise and experience within the scope of our competences

  • High level of knowledge in the area of expertise

  • Experience in implementation and broad practical experience in service support of small, medium- and large-scale organisations 

  • Real experience in software implementation based on 1C:Enterprise for customer process accounting and automation

  • Geographically distributed resources of the group are in Kaliningrad, Saint-Petersburg, Moscow, Minsk, Ulyanovsk, Barnaul, Nizhny Novgorod, Vladivostok.

  • Result-oriented approach of the group

  • Full range of services for customer accounting automation

Key clients