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Electronic Era is Coming
May 27, 2011 14:56


From this moment any company may share with other companies their electronic documents instead of paper documents using. Web Service Diado appeared in Russia, it is used for transmitting documents via Internet.

Electronic documents are signed with a digital signature and are legally valid. This means that electronic documents may completely replace paper documents with blue stamps and signatures. This service was created by SKB Kontur, which enters top 5 Russia's largest software developers.

Diadoc service was launched in early 2011. At this moment there are more than 22 registered customers of the service. The number of digital documents sent via Diado exceeds 1,767,000.

"In our country annual business correspondence reaches 45 billion documents: contracts, acts, bills, invoices. All these paper documents are delivered by mail or by courier. This cost a lot for the companies and for the country", — says Gregory Cooks, deputy CEO of SKB Kontur.

According to the research of SKB Kontur, a company pays 80-100 rubles for forwarding a package of documents (taking into account the cost of printing, shipping, handling and storage of papers). Mail delivery takes about 5-10 days. Also the mail service could loose papers during the forwarding, as they are sorted manually. Electronic documents are much more cheaper (about 10 rubles per paper) and they are transmitted via secure comminication channels and they are delivered less than in a minute.

All the infrastructure for digital documents transition has been already created. 65% of Russian companies regularly use electronic signature, giving their accounts to the authorities and participating in electronic auctions. This helps to establish a process of digital documents exchange business-to-business transactions. According to forecasts of SKB Kontur company, in three years 10% of all possible documents will be sent via Internet.

According to the research of The Boston Consulting Group, the contribution of the Internet economy in Russia's gross domestic product will increase and by 2015 year it will amount to 3,7% of GDP. This means, that business goes to the Internet step by step. Nowadays, e-commerce, electronic auctions and other business deals can't exist without possibility to do all the operations required for the transaction throught the Net.

European companies are already using electronic documents for more than 10 years. The market grows by a third per year, covering more than 3,6 million companies and 470 operators of electronic documents. The share of electronic documents in the economies of several countries is about 60%. In Russia there were some legal barries for such processes, for example, until 2010 year there were a law that allowed only paper form of invoices. However, at this moment all regulations and procedures for sending and receiving electronic documents between companies are consistent with the State.

In addition, the Russian government is set to go fully digital with all their official documents in less then a year, according to NTDTV. "Federal and municipal public service websites have already been established. You can, for example, get a passport, a citizenship certificate or a registration there — all electronically", according to the resource.

Sources:
diadoc.ru
lenta.ru
wikipedia.org
ntdtv.com
 


Author: Ksenia Dzhalagonia

Tags: Russian Internet Russian technologies society Russian business  

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