On 5th of March, at an online master class, experts of “Consyst Business Group” together with the participants of the webinar, went through all the steps from the settings of parallel accounting of assets in “1C:Holding Management” to bringing fixed assets to the assessment of IFRS
The principles of accounting for transactions with assets in accordance with IFRS for individual accounting objects may differ from the principles of accounting in the Russian accounting system, therefore, in “1C:Holding Management” parallel accounting of such operations is implemented.
At the master class “Parallel accounting of fixed assets for the purposes of IFRS. The secrets of excellence” experts of “Consyst Business Group” demonstrated the system’s performance in real time and went through all steps from the settings of parallel accounting of assets in “1C:Holding Management” to bringing fixed assets to IFRS assessment. The master class brought together more than 100 financial managers and specialists of companies from various industries of Russia and the CIS countries.
The event was opened by Alexander Golubev, Project Manager of “Consyst Business Group”. The speaker told which accounting implementation options are being applied in practice and outlined the advantages of parallel accounting of fixed assets in “1C: Holding Management 3.0” (1C:UH) compared to previous editions.
Tatyana Zhurenkova, Senior Consultant of “Consyst Business Group”, together with the participants went through the whole chain of parallel accounting of fixed assets for IFRS, highlighting the following steps in showing the system: viewing RAS data in the database of “1C:Enterprise Accounting 2.0” (1C:BP) and 1C:UH, description of the settings for parallel accounting of assets in 1C:UH, acceptance of the operating system in the 1C:BP database, synchronization with the 1C:UH system, comparison of the received balance sheets in the 1C:BP and 1C:UH databases, bringing the OS to the assessment of IFRS in 1C:UH and consideration of fixed assets in the reports of the IFRS subsystems.
At the end of the webinar, Alexander Golubev outlined the main stages of the deployment of parallel accounting for the OS. The relevance of the topic was confirmed by numerous questions that listeners actively asked in the event chat.