Welcome to the third annual Real-Time Economy conference. The conference brings together a healthy mix of people interested in the advancements of the technological innovations taking place in the financial value chain. The 2015 and 2016 editions of the conference both attracted around 150 participants from more than 10 countries to fruitful discussions.
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.
Who should attend?
Everyone interested in the latest developments and advancements of the technologies and tools used in the various parts of the financial value chain. Filers, accountants, auditors, system providers, regulators, analysts, and researchers would benefit greatly from the event. Attending RTE conference is one of the best ways to stay tuned on the rapid technological changes taking place in the financial value chain. We selected TALTIO as this year’s theme as it enables much of the progress we see happening in the financial value chain in the near future.
What you get out of attending?
First and foremost, you will get an information package on the latest developments in the area of electronic financial processes. This year, specifically, you get an inside the ropes view on what’s happening in the TALTIO project and how it will affect your daily work.
Second, you will have an opportunity to network with leading experts from various parts of the financial value chain.
Third, you will get acquainted with the latest research from RTE competence center. In the last ten years, the research produced in the RTE program have contributed to re-imagining financial value chain and creating new ways of doing accounting, financial reporting, and data analysis. This year the conference offers research presentations on accounting outsourcing, cloud computing, virtual organization and automation.
Where to find more information?
On these pages, you find all necessary information concerning the conference; its tracks, keynote presentations, and registration details. We will also add presentation material after the conference. Please note that you can access previous conferences’ websites through the “past conferences” tab.