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Topic Maps as a Tool for Optimizing Reporting

Presentation, was published by Robert Keil at 2009-03-19

Topic Maps and the reporting and documentation of financial results.

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The reporting and documentation of financial results is extremely important for almost every organization, irrespective of whether it is a large, publicly traded corporation, a voluntary organization, or a public institution.

Traditional reporting in the form of e.g. annual reports is often extremely voluminous and hierarchical in its organization, and this makes it difficult for users to find what they are looking for – for example, how the current status develops over time for some particular topic. A topic map can be immensely useful in this kind of situation

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Robert Keil

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Robert is author of Topic Maps as a Tool for.. . He was keynote speaker on Emnekart 2003 and Topic Maps Norway 2009.

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