IT infrastructure in Kazakhstan | Cloud-based 1C administration and support


Date & Time

November 28

  • 15:00 - 16:00 (Almaty)
  • 12:00 - 13:00 (MSK)







Event orginizer

Speakers & Topics

Konsu alexander moskaltsov head of it infrastructure management

Alexander Moskaltsov

Head of IT-infrastructure

Organization of IT infrastructure in Kazakhstan

Features of organizing local IT infrastructure in Kazakhstan

  • IT solutions in the office
  • Services, contractors – what should you pay attention to?

Cloud services. Where will we place the IT solution – in the cloud or at home?

  • Cloud services market in Kazakhstan
  • 1C solutions, placement options
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Konsu sergey shabotinsky business analyst development manager

Sergey Shabotinsky

Development Manager, Business Analyst

Development and support of 1C in cloud services

Main features of using 1C products in Kazakhstan

  • Main 1C products, their features and capabilities
  • Organization of the IT landscape with the participation of 1C
  • Customization for client’s business processes
  • Examples of projects
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Konsu 1C SAAS cloud service for over 200 clients


Konsu is one of the largest providers of outsourcing accounting services and consulting in Russia, Kazakhstan, and the CIS.

We administer various versions and databases of 1C for over 200 clients:

  • More than 500 1C databases in active use
  • Average simultaneous load: 200 active sessions
  • Total database volume: 20 TB


Implementation of a high-load, fault-proof 1C SaaS solution to provide access to the 1C product line

Implementation stages

  • Development of the project and implementation of the architecture for the 1C environment, considering the following requirements:
    • High load capacity
    • Large number of databases
    • Ability to quickly deploy additional databases for new clients
    • Ability to rapidly scale services in response to changing needs of current clients
  • Load balancing on the database management system (DBMS) and performance optimization
  • Ensuring fault tolerance and reliable backup solutions.

Migration of 1C from the client's cloud to the Konsu cloud and transition from 1C:UPP to 1C:KA


  • A major meat product manufacturer
  • 4 TB volume of main databases at the time of transfer
  • 100 active concurrent sessions


  • Migration of 1C from the client's private cloud to the Konsu cloud with simultaneous transition from 1C:UPP to 1C:KA

Implementation stages

  • Eight 1C databases were transferred with the required level of fault tolerance
  • The customer was provided with the necessary 1C licenses
  • Integration components were reworked, and network connectivity with external services was restored
  • A user authentication system and data storage were implemented

Transition from SAP HR to 1C:ZUP 8.3 in 2 months


Large manufacturing company


  • Duration: 2 months
  • Number of employees: >500 people


  • Exchange of payroll reflection in the general ledger between 1C:ZUP 8.3 and SAP FI
  • Bidirectional exchange between 1C:ZUP 8.3 and SAP IM for the transfer of personnel events
  • Synchronization between 1C:ZUP 8.3 and the customer's time tracking system (SURV)
  • Implementation of an analytical report based on SURV data and time tracking records
  • Generation of managerial reports in 1C:ZUP 8.3 according to customer requirements

Our services

Implementation stages

  • Customer requirements gathered
  • Detailed project roadmap formulated
  • Adaptation of 1C:ZUP 8.3 to customer processes completed
  • Data transfer with initial balances at the beginning of the year performed
  • Parallel calculation of payroll for the first three months of the year in the new database completed
  • Registry of identified deviations in SAP generated
  • Transfer of the new database to customer users completed
  • Integrations of 1C:ZUP 8.3 with SAP FI, SAP IM, and SURV configured
  • Analytical reports developed and implemented in 1C:ZUP 8.3.

Personal data, Transition to 1C:ZUP payroll & HR administration software, EDM & employee portal in 1C:ZUP 3

00:00 Start
02:00 General aspects and benefits of 1C:ZUP
05:00 Additional features and services: 1C: Employee Portal, Reporting, 1C: ITS, DirectBank
06:43 Advantages of 1C
11:14 Features and prerequisites for transitioning to 1C:ZUP 8.3:
+ Termination of support for ZUP 2.5 starting January 1, 2024
+ Withdrawal of foreign systems from the Russian market
12:40 Transition features to 1C ZUP 8.3. Complexity and duration factors. Stages
13:46 Data transfer methods: complete transfer and transfer of balances on a specific date
17:37 Experience of transitioning to 1C ZUP 8.3
22:10 HR EDMS functionality in 1C:ZUP 3 (Employee Portal)
24:39 Employee capabilities in 1C: Employee Portal, 1C:ZUP
25:50 Company capabilities
27:16 Electronic digital signature
28:29 Benefits of EDMS in 1C: Employee Portal
30:05 Personal data – main practices considering the changes in 2023
30:50 Processing personal data in 2023
33:37 Destruction of personal data
37:20 Assessment of the harm level in case of violation of the personal data protection law (152-FZ)
44:11 Features of transferring personal data abroad
48:05 Tightening of inspections by the Federal Service for Supervision of Communications, Information Technology and Mass Media (RKN) on the work of personal data operators
51:02 Documents that operators of personal data need to have in 2023
53:20 Experience with Softline cloud infrastructure
57:05 Question: Can you consolidate accounting from different versions of 1C and transfer it to 1C:ZUP 3?
58:08 Question: If ZUP is transferred to 1C:ZUP 3 and accounting is kept on version 2, can synchronization be ensured?
59:22 Question: Are there any limitations on customizing 1C? Companies need many reports for management.
1:00:20 Question: Can 1C Employee Portal only be used by employees who have 1C installed?
1:01:40 Can employees familiarize themselves with employment regulations through the 1C Employee Portal?
1:02:05 In which cases is consent for processing personal data not required during employment?
1:03:49 If a photo is used on the company’s website, is it considered biometric data?
1:05:04 If a photo is published on the company’s website, is consent required for the distribution of personal data?
1:05:34 Is consent required for processing personal data from visitors (e.g., business center)?
1:07:58 Do the requirements for processing personal data apply to individuals with whom the company has contractual relationships?


Date and time

31.05.2023 15:00-16:30


  • Russian




MS Teams


Reliability of the cloud infrastructure is provided by Softline:

  • Cloud infrastructure which fully complies with the requirements of 152 FZ, ISO/IEC 27001
  • Tier III data centers

Speakers and topics

Natalia Chernyakina

  • Team leader, business systems development group

Aspects of transitioning to 1C:ZUP 3 payroll & HR administration software

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Maria Brychkova

  • Payroll team leader

Functionality of electronic document management and employee portal in 1C:ZUP

  • Employee portal in 1C - capabilities for employees
  • Employee portal in 1C - capabilities for companies
  • Signing documents with an electronic signature
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Konsu - Анна Резникова

Anna Reznikova

  • Head of legal practice in Labor & Migration

Personal data: key practices and latest regulatory changes

  • Processing personal data in 2023
  • Destruction of personal data: new rules
  • Assessing the level of harm in case of personal data law violations: new procedure
  • Specifics of transferring personal data abroad in 2023
  • Increased inspections by Roskomnadzor for operators handling personal data
  • Documents that operators handling personal data need to have in 2023
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  • Production of building materials and metal products
  • Primary ERP - Axapta
  • Accounting in 1C:Accounting software


Switching from Axapta to 1C:ERP, data transfer from  1C:Accounting into 1C:ERP, moving all 1C databases to Konsu's cloud, tech support.

  • Implementation period - 4 months

Implementation stages

  • Export of data from Axapta in .xls format in the context of analytics
  • Adaptation of the data transfer system to the existing templates
  • Uploading to new 1C:ERP and combining data from directories and balances from two sources: 1C:Accounting and Axapta.
  • Analysis of business processes and adaptation of 1C:ERP for the processes
  • Consultations and trainings for the employees of the client