B2B EDI

We offer B2B Electronic Document Interchange  in Russia and Ukraine. Click on the country to learn more.

SCHNEIDER GROUP offers B2B EDI services

B2B EDI in Russia

Over the past few years a solid legal framework for electronic document interchange (EDI) was established in Russia, so that documents can now be created, sent, confirmed and archived electronically.

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B2B EDI in Russia

B2B EDI Comprehensive Solution

Over the past few years a solid legal framework for electronic document interchange (EDI) was establshed in Russia and the Ukraine, so that documents can now be created, sent, confirmed and archived electronically. This makes the overall process much more efficient and effective. With EDI, there is reduced time spent on document processing, quicker access to archived documents, automated control and processing and guaranteed document delivery. And, as a result, there is decreased cost for invoice processing. Various studies indicate that the introduction of e-invoicing can result in savings of up to 70% compared to paper invoicing.

A proper introduction of B2B EDI goes far beyond Accounting and IT. It also requires good coordination with experts from our Legal & Tax, IT, Accounting and Internal Controls departments. Our solution includes a full circle implementation, from your initial decision to a fully working B2B EDI including further support after project implementation. Also we can provide support to your business partners in case they have questions in EDI collaboration with your company.

We provide you with full support of your B2B EDI project engaging all our departments that should be involved. So the result will be a fully implemented project, adapted to the specific needs of your company.

What is B2B EDI?

The specific and practical aspects of Russian accountancy are well known to foreign companies that are operating in the Russian Federation. Documents, far more than Western companies use, require hours of printing, manual stamping and signing, mailing and storing.

Over the past few years, a number of laws have been passed in the Russian Federation to create a solid legal framework for electronic document interchange (EDI) and the documents can now be created, sent, con-firmed and archived electronically.

This new procedure revolutionizes accounting work in many ways. Personal signatures, stamps and handling stacks of paper as well as couriers are no longer necessary. This makes the overall process much more efficient and effective. With EDI, there is reduced time spent on document processing, quicker access to archived documents, automated control and processing and guaranteed document delivery. And, as a result, there is decreased cost for invoice processing. Various studies indicate that the introduction of e-invoicing can result in savings of up to 70% compared to paper invoicing.

The transparency of financial and contract work also increases with the introduction of EDI as the document flow becomes more controllable and e-copies can be easily retrieved and traced. This in turn helps to reduce both operational and financial risks associated with paper invoicing and storage.

Adopting EDI is also likely to result in a competitive advantage. The reason for that is the electronic invoice process eliminates a number of manual tasks and thus gives the accountant an opportunity to focus more on customer service and relationships. In a way, it creates a shift in how the accounting work is approached, putting greater focus on value-added tasks.

The environmental impact of introducing EDI is also quite significant, leading to less waste – in paper, ink, energy, etc. While it may seem insignificant, many companies are leading the way in environmental friendliness.

Based on the uploaded electronic documents into 1C, the accountant at the buyer’s company can create incoming invoices or VAT documents in 1C. While the process may seem confusing at first, once done a few times, it will become noticeably easier and after a year, you may be wondering why EDI was not implemented earlier.

How it works?
SCHNEIDER GROUP provides B2B EDI in Russia and Ukraine
Advantages of B2B EDI
  • Guaranteed document delivery
  • Automated control and processing
  • Fast access to any document
  • Receive payments faster
  • Decreased costs for invoice processing
  • Reduce time spent on document processes
  • Environmentally friendly
  • Transparency
EDI B2B Comprehensive Solution

A proper introduction of B2B EDI goes far beyond Accounting and IT. It also requires good coordination with experts from our Legal & Tax, IT, Accounting and Internal Controls departments. Our solution includes a full circle implementation, from your initial decision to a fully working B2B EDI including further support after project implementation. Also we can provide support to your business partners in case they have questions in EDI collaboration with your company.

If additional customization or development of 1C system is required, we can support the project with our in-house 1C developers and project teams.

We provide you with full support of your B2B EDI project engaging all our departments that should be involved. So the result will be a fully implemented project, adapted to the specific needs of your company.

SCHNEIDER GROUP offers B2B EDI services

B2B EDI in Ukraine

A proper introduction of B2B EDI goes far beyond Accounting and IT. It also requires good coordination with experts from our Legal & Tax, IT, Accounting and Internal Controls departments. Our solution includes a full circle implementation, from your initial decision to a fully working B2B EDI including further support after project implementation.

If you would be interested in B2B Electronic Document Interchange for Ukraine, please contact us for an individual consultation.

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