Qualified information exchange at work
The Standard Business Reporting (SBR) program
Qualified information exchange draws on a long Dutch tradition of public-private cooperation. In 2007, the first XBRL reports were securely delivered to the Tax and Customs Administration and the Chamber of Commerce. Today, millions of business reports are being exchanged, using a Dutch standard for simplification and harmonization of data definitions, electronic reporting and information processing. Benefits for the government and the business world have been enormous.
‘Challenging the Chain’
420 pages of in-depth knowledge of the conceptual and technical solutions that go into standard business reporting. A book for policy makers, managers, IT specialists and architects looking to engage in the necessary large-scale public-private transformations.
Available in print and as a free download.
If your organization is working on qualified information exchange and willing to share views and experiences, please don’t hesitate to contact the authors.