Partner and Head of Outsourcing Anastasia Borovaja has been deemed worthy of second place at the Arvestusala Edendaja 2021 competition, which recognizes individuals who have contributed to advancing the accounting profession!
The competition organised by Raamatupidaja.ee and Excellent Business Solutions had 11 entrants from the accounting profession, and nearly 800 professionals in the field participated in the vote. We’re proud of the fact that Anastasia’s work ethic and passion for her field was noticed and recognized!
Anastasia started out at Grant Thornton Baltic in 2009 as an accounting assistant, soon became project manager and made head of accounting services in 2013. Today, she is a Partner in Grant Thornton Baltic and the Head of Outsourcing.
Anastasia works to offer an unforgettable client experience, high-quality service and make GT an attractive employer to people working in the accounting field. The new Acclouding software was developed at her initiative. After all, an accountant’s time is valuable and can’t be spent on processing data but serving customers.
Persona storyAnastasia Borovaja: “Working to make sure both the team andGrant Thornton partner and head of outsourcing Anastasia Borovaja has been working for more than 10 years to ensure that her day-to-day work offers an unforgettable customer experience and high-quality service while the company is also seen as an attractive employer.Read full article
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