Russian start-up offers 100% web-based documents circulation

Russian start-up offers 100% web-based documents circulationTekmi, a Russian start-up set up by the RVC Seed Fund and Softline Venture Partners, offers companies and organizations in Russia a 100% electronic documents circulation system.

Tekmi, a Russian start-up, offers companies and organizations in Russia a 100% electronic documents circulation system, the Russian Venture Company (RVC) website reports. This has been reportedly made possible through a recent integration between Tekmi and Diadok, another Russian office solutions provider. According to RVC, Tekmi is now ?one of the first Internet services? to offer e-circulation of documents. Tekmi suggests that documents be shared and sent out in electronic format exclusively, without any paper, and claims its new system guarantees ?full legitimacy of bookkeeping documents.?Putting together an accounting report would take ?a few clicks in the Internet,? the start-up asserts. In addition to saving time users of the new solution would also have their postal service costs slashed dramatically, Tekmi and RVC say. ?Sending out one letter by regular post costs more than $3,? reminds Svetlana Kramina, the CFO of Tekmi...