Oleg Pustoshilo

The total average time that employees spend on an average office routine processing of documents is about 60% of the working day. Nowadays it is impermissible for any company. As is known, office automation helps to reduce the time required and increase the efficiency of office workflow. There are many such systems on the market; they only differ in scope of business, scalability, platform, and price. But the main problem with the selection of systems is to determine a reasonable balance of price and quality. On the one hand, all sorts of powerful ERP-systems based on RDBMS brands, allow you to cover all business - flows in enterprise management, but cost a fortune, and require a lot of time for implementation and interface with existing local systems at an enterprise. On the other hand, low-cost document management systems that can quickly automate one or more business processes can’t solve the complex problem of office automation of a company.

The specialists of "System Technologies" after more than 12 years of experience in implementing electronic document management systems have concluded that:

  • The proposed system should primarily be modular. So the customer should have the possibility both to purchase a standard software package at the lowest price, and additional modules to it for extra money;
  • The system should have the possibility to be easily and quickly integrated into existing local systems of enterprises, like Personnel, Payroll Systems;
  • The system must be able to interact with the existing mail system of the enterprise.


Oleg Pustoshilo is the head of the department of electronic document circulation systems in the company "System Technologies". He has been successfully realizing projects on automation of various business-processes for large banks for more than 12 years. He started his career as a programmer in a bank RZB "Priorbank". Having received the second education as a foreign affairs economist, he was able to study and understand comprehensively all modern bank technologies, applied in large foreign banks. He is also a Certificated Lotus developer (CLS) IBM.