The theme of the 2017 conference is Transactional Level Standardization – TALTIO. TALTIO is the Finnish implementation of the XBRL Global Ledger, the open standard for transactional reporting, which provides a generic and system-independent way to record all of the details in any kind of ledger. The TALTIO project is led by the Association of Finnish Accounting Firms and focuses on three key areas: developing the TALTIO standard, TALTIO e-receipt, and the TALTIO data storage. The conference will be held on 11-12.5.2017 at Aalto University in Helsinki.
The doctoral dissertation of Aleksandre Asatiani in the field Information Systems Science “Impact of Cloud Computing on Business Process Outsourcing” will be publicly examined at the Aalto University School of Business on Friday, 30 September 2016. The defence of dissertation will be held in the Main building (address: Runeberginkatu 14-16, Helsinki, Finland), Nokia Hall (2nd floor), starting at 12 p.m. Opponent: Professor Julia Kotlarsky (Aston Business School, Aston University, United Kingdom) Custos: Professor Esko Penttinen Further information: Aleksandre Asatiani aleksandre.asatiani [et] aalto.fi
Last year marked the start of the annual Real-Time Economy conference, which aims at advancing the development and use of real-time technologies in the area of financial processes. Our first annual conference gathered together 140 participants from 14 countries and discussions were focused around the themes of real-time accounting, XBRL, and public sector services. From the start we wanted the format of the conference to be based on fruitful discussions led by industry experts.