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Moore Accounting CZ is the newest big player on the accounting and auditing consulting market. Its vision is to be among the TOP 5

Moore Accounting CZ, which specialises in accounting and auditing consulting, is a new company within the Moore Czech Republic consulting and auditing group. Its team consists of the group´s employees and will gradually be complemented by staff from acquisitions, such as that of accounting firm Escape Consult. The goal of Moore Accounting CZ is to become one of the Big Five in the Czech Republic in terms of headcount and turnover. It plans to become number one in digitalisation and robotization of accounting.

The Czech esport community will grow to 500,000 people in five years; in Germany it is a full-fledged sport

The number of competing Czech video games players is about 350,000, according to consulting company Moore Czech Republic. The number of players grows 10 to 12% annually worldwide, and at this rate, the base in Czechia could reach 550,000 to 600,000 in five years. The volume of money in this sector could also exceed 600 million crowns. It could potentially outgrow many conventional sports. In Germany, esport clubs have gained non-profit organization status. In the Czech Republic, the Czech Electronic Sport Association (CESA) supports esport development.

Pandemic emphasizes the necessity to prepare state clerks for working from home. Equipment, security and training will cost tens of billions

The coronavirus pandemic has shown the necessity of being able to work remotely in the private sector as well as in state administration. This means providing not only hardware equipment, but also software security, since remote work devices are more prone to cyber attack. According to the consulting company Moore Czech Republic, the cost of purchasing new technology, as well as securing and training employees, could reach tens of billions of crowns. The ICT union, which is behind the 202020 initiative, points out that application of the virtual office concept will take several years.

Mass use of home office reduces companies’ productivity by as much as one-third; cybernetic security is an issue as well

The lasting relocation of all personnel to a home office mode of operation has resulted in lower performance for certain Czech companies. Employees’ productivity decreased on average by 10% during the first month; after two months of working from home, the decrease reached about 30%. Such are the findings of an internal analysis undertaken by Moore Czech Republic among its clients.
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