L. S. Zvyagin,
Candidate of Economic Sciences, Associate Professor of the Department of System Analysis in Economics, Financial University under the Government of Russia, Moscow, Russia
Purpose of work. The process of digitalization of the economy is inextricably linked with innovations and
changes in the socio-economic sphere, in society and its individual spheres. The emergence of the digital
economy is associated with the transition to a new stage of production of goods and services and its management
with the use and implementation of modern information technologies.
The relevance of the topic of this article is because the digital economy now, at the beginning of the third decade of the XXI century, is the newest version of economic relations in many areas of the world market, which is currently developing rapidly and in the extremely near future, with the growth of high technologies, it can become the main type of commodity – money relations at the global level around the world. Using the latest digital technology update removes the border, reviewing the situation with the competition and changes the business model
Materials and methods. The article describes the trends in the development of the Russian economy, defined by the national project “Digital Economy”; analyzes the impact of the organization’s management structure on its economic development; identifies the features of the implementation of the digital economy in practice
Results. Thus, using digital technologies, enterprises will be able to achieve an increase in labor productivity, reduce the cost of production, improve quality, accelerate the process of entering the market of new products
Conclusion. The digital vision of the real world will allow you to get economic, competitive advantages and other benefits, which eventually formed the concept of the digital economy in its practical sense – it is the implementation of projects with specified estimated economic effects, in the necessary time and based on a well-calculated budget.
information, management, measurement technology, data systems, innovation, modeling, and development.