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Qualified information exchange

21st century business reporting

E-book Epub met watermerkbeveiliging Engels 2016 9789082585117
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Reporting and accounting information is crucial in our societies and economies. Public and private organisations are busy collecting such data all the time.

If you have business or technical responsibility for this, and feel that in your reporting chain:
- there is always information missing, late, or sub-quality,
- concepts and definitions are not clear enough,
- you are never sure whether you have complied with all regulations,
- ICT is more about concessions and constraints than solutions,
- there are more staff and costs involved than seems reasonable,
then this book is for you.

Based on good practices and a range of experience, this book outlines the essentials of the design, implementation, standardization, and operation of reporting chains. Its proposition is that plug-and-play instruments can take our chains to the next level of business reporting as a service-thus achieving substantial societal aims as well as economical advantages for both those inquiring about and those reporting accounting information.


Aantal pagina's:91
Hoofdrubriek:IT-management / ICT


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Well-versed in both the arcane theory and the mundane practice of formal reporting, Remco van Wijk is one of the most ardent and inspiring champions of qualified information exchange around.

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Over Sebastiaan Bal

Sebastiaan Bal, a chartered accountant who audited listed companies, has realised his vision of change as one of the architects of digital annual reporting and assurance in the Netherlands.

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Over Niels de Winne

At the start of the millennium, Niels de Winne was the first to 'reverse the reporting chain,' shifting the central emphasis from those who inquire to those who report. His contribution to standardization has proven essential to the development of eGovernment.

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I: How Are We Doing?

II: The Business of Reporting
-Preparing business reports
-Submitting and accepting business reports
-Processing business reports
-Facing the trouble

III: The Trouble of Setting up Reporting Chains
-Implementing reporting chains
-Designing reporting chains
-Common failures in specifications
-Facing the challenge

IV: An Integrated Approach

V: Three Archetypical Reporting Chains
1. Hospital: Checking public expenditure
2. Farm: Gauging sector outlook
3. Factory: Monitoring subsidiary performance

VI: Setting up Reporting Chains
1. The design step
2. Holistic design
3. What to model
4. Modelled archetypes
5. Pivotal specifications
6. The implementation step

VII: Operating Reporting Chains
1. The prepare step
2. The submit and accept step
3. The process step

VIII: Dealing with Multiple Chains

IX: To the Next Level of Excellence: Business Reporting as a Service

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