Boris Nuraliev was born in Moscow in 1958. He graduated with honors from the Moscow Institute of Economics and Statistics (MESI) in 1980, specializing in automated control systems. Mr. Nuraliev holds a Ph.D. in Economics. He is a specialist in the design of automation systems and machine processing of economic information, and is the author of over 50 publications on the use of computers to solve economic problems in business. Mr. Nuraliev has been recognized as one of the Russian computer industry’s most influential personalities by DATOR Top100, TOP PROFI, and Laminfo, etc.
In 1991, Mr. Nuraliev founded 1C, for whom he now serves as director. 1C specializes in the distribution, publication, support and development of computer programs and databases for business and home use. The company is among the software industry’s most influential forces and is the CIS leader in the number of programs sold. The company is best known for 1C: Accounting, which in use by more than 400,000 organizations and the best selling software in the CIS; 1C: Enterprise, an integrated automation system; 1C: Tutor, a series of training programs; and the games The Prince, and IL-2, as well as encyclopedias, and other programs for home and office.
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- Plan A is not enough, there have to be plans B and C as well. Pessimistic provisions help to develop business steadily.
- Time spent on personnel is never wasted. All software companies have the same circumstances in the beginning. But the results depend on the people. Where the developers are more talented, better organized and motivated, the product is better.
- Ideas are nothing, implementation is everything. In Russia, there are always plenty of ideas. I have a list of 1600 ideas myself. It’s important to choose and then be persistent.