Managing the transformation to standard business reporting: principles and lessons learned from the Netherlands

@inproceedings{Bharosa2011ManagingTT,
  title={Managing the transformation to standard business reporting: principles and lessons learned from the Netherlands},
  author={Nitesh Bharosa and Remco van Wijk and Marijn Janssen and Niels de Winne and Joris Hulstijn},
  booktitle={dg.o '11},
  year={2011}
}
  • Nitesh Bharosa, Remco van Wijk, +2 authors Joris Hulstijn
  • Published in dg.o '11 2011
  • Economics, Computer Science
  • Stricter laws and regulations demand that companies provide business information more timely and accurately to various government agencies. However, this trend increases the administrative burden for companies and the regulatory burden for government agencies. Standard Business Reporting (SBR) is a program that aims to reduce these burdens. Led by government agencies, stakeholders in this program are working towards a national data taxonomy, a single reporting gateway and a secure electronic… CONTINUE READING

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