About the event
Sanctions-related discontinuation of software services and hardware deliveries pushes businesses in Russia to review the risks and develop a mitigation strategy.
Several major software and hardware vendors already restricted both activities and access to their products. Existing clients will continue to be served "within the framework of contractual obligations", but only to the extent that sanctions and export controls permit.
Join us on April, 26 for an interactive panel on IT plan B for Russia, deeper understanding of available options and face-to-face talk to your peers.
MAIN DISCUSSION TOPICS
- Impact of sanctions and export controls on IT solutions availability for accounting, procurements, warehouse, sales, etc.
- Case study: major western ERP providers’ announced suspension of operations. Beyond the headlines
- Practical steps to reduce risk and ensure business continuity in an ever-changing environment
- Physical localization of the global solution in Russia
- Local “hub” for the Russian requirements and global system at the back-end
- Migration from SAP, Oracle, Navision to 1C: ERP / Complex Automation / Trade Management / Retail, etc.
- Local alternatives for western system, office and infrastructure software
Ljubomir has more than 25 years of professional experience and speaks 4 languages: Russian, English, German and Bulgarian.
Marat has more than 15 years of experience in corporate finance, 8 of which he has been involved in accounting automation.