1C-Rarus led the way with its projects at the annual Global CIO Project of the Year (2019) IT contest. This is the first contest in the history of the domestic IT industry, in which the companies’ project achievements are assessed by IT CEOs. We thank the IT community for their choice and a high rating of the projects.
The contest has been created for gathering information about the best practices in the IT industry and the improvement of skills. The jury is made of the Russian IT CEOs.
The award for the best complex CRM project went to the project on 1C:CRM implementation in the R-climate company, which had previously already won the 1C: Project of the Year contest. 107 company branches in eight different time zones operate using the new system.
The award for the best ERP project in the industry of metallurgy went to the project on 1С:ERP implementation in the AKRON HOLDING company. The project team created a methodology that keeps the standard features of 1C:ERP and also includes the specifics of the melting and rolling manufacturing. The team also developed a calculation of Metal balance from scratch. As a result of the project, the speed of order processing increased by 22%, while the enterprise’s profits grew by 12,6%.
The award for the best IT project in the Chemicals and petroleum industry went to the project on 1C:ERP implementation in the Rospolihim group of companies by the 1C-Rarus team from Nizhny Novgorod. Over the period of implementation, the manufacturing became 15 times greater, while the unit of regulatory accounting and tax accounting was launched in 3 months. The team implemented the system with the minimum number of revisions, and the time period for approving the payments and receiving reports has significantly decreased.
The title of the best IT project in the Financial management industry went to the project on 1С:Corporate Performance Management implementation in the Oblastnoy Aptechny Sklad JSC by the 1C-Rarus team from Chelyabinsk. Implementation of the new system allowed to automate the planning of the financial operations of the large pharmacy chain of 300 stores, which helped decrease manual labor to a minimum. The project brought in centralized management of the reference data on 15 analytical dimensions and allowed for the development and implementation of unique management tools.
The wins at such important and large-scale contests are another proof of just how innovative and professional our project teams are. We thank our colleagues, clients, and the contest jury for continuous support. We will carry on the implementation of new and challenging projects!