Ban on foreign ERP in Russia: Migration to 1C

Business Breakfast

01 March | 09:30 - 12:00 (GMT+3) | Petrovsky Fort Business Centre, 4A Finlandsky Prospekt, St. Petersburg, office 801-803
Participation format: in-person
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Language: Russian

About the event

On 18 December 2023, the EU's 12th package of anti-Russian sanctions entered into force, banning the supply of enterprise and industrial process management software, including all ERP, CRM, EDW and other software systems.

The transition period for the termination of legal and contractual relations with Russian companies under contracts already concluded will end on 20 March 2024. For subsidiaries of European companies in Russia, the ban will come into force on 20 June 2024. Therefore, companies should already think about switching to Russian software.

During our event, SCHNEIDER GROUP experts will talk about the legal and technical consequences of the ban, the experience of successful implementation of client projects on the transition to Russian software, as well as answer questions from participants.

About speakers

Natalia Wilke
Partner, Legal, General Director, SCHNEIDER GROUP St. Petersburg

Natalia is SCHNEIDER GROUP Partner and General Director of the St. Petersburg office. She is a lawyer with more than 20 years of practical experience in legal consulting.

Natalia provides tailored-made, practically-oriented legal solutions in establishing and managing subsidiaries of international businesses in Russia, manufacturing localisation, compliance, acquisition of real estate, as well as corporate and labour law.

Natalia speaks Russian, German and English, and has a basic knowledge of French.

Olga Mastsevaya
Finance & Accounting Director, SCHNEIDER GROUP St. Petersburg

Olga joined the company in 2004, Backed by over 25 years of experience, Olga is a proven leader with a track record of accounting, taxation and financial reporting according to Russian accounting standards, projects on internal audit, transformation of local financial reporting into IFRS and management reporting. Olga has successfully supported many client projects on implementation of Russian software and migration from foreign ERP-systems to 1C, as well as customization of software for client's needs, post-project support and training of client's employees.

She is responsible for automation of financial processes and communication with Russian tax authorities and nun-budgetary fund.

Olga is fluent in Russian and English, with a working knowledge of German.

Sergey Danilyuk

Sergey joined SCHNEIDER GROUP in Q4 Y2023 as ERP & IT Director, taking responsibilities for both internal IT operations excellence and external ERP services rendered to numerous clients among all SCHNEIDER GROUP offices.

His prior experience includes in-house CIO/CTO roles ensuring business continuity and effectiveness increase through Information Technology for Manufacturing, Distribution, Advertising international holdings; also ensuring successful implementations of complex ERP business solutions as Project Director for major O&G, Mining, FMCG and other companies, often above stakeholders expectations and overcoming various challenges.

Sergey’s core competencies include Systems Integration & Architecture Design, IT Audit & Management, Business Processes Optimization & Digitalization, Information & Data Security.

Sergey graduated from Moscow State University (Chemicals, Engineering Ecology), speaks native Russian, fluent English, a bit French, German, Latin.

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