Dear newsletter readers,
Here you find latest news regarding IBCS® and HICHERT®SUCCESS:
+1 Successful IBCS Annual Conference in Warsaw
+2 2016 edition of the popular SUCCESS poster available
+3 IMA Inside Talk webinar concerning IBCS® on June 28
+4 Growing international demand for IBCS® training
+5 Longview Dialogue 2016: Focus on visualization
+6 New HICHERT®IBCS Certified Software: ks quadrat extensions² for Qlik
+7 Successful software recertification: graphomate and Longview (arcplan)
+8 More HICHERT®IBCS Certified Consultants
+9 Seminar dates 2016
+1 SUCCESSFUL IBCS ANNUAL CONFERENCE IN WARSAW
Organized by ControllingPartner and ICV Poland, the IBCS Annual Conference in Warsaw on June 3 was a great achievement. After exciting key notes from ex-Mckinsey partner Dietmar Meyersiek and Controller Academy trainer Dietmar Pascher, intensive discussions took place concerning future development of the IBCS Standards. Here you find the actual agenda, photos, and soon a protocol of the conference, too.
+2 2016 EDITION OF THE POPULAR SUCCESS POSTER AVAILABLE
Though message and structure is unchanged, the 2016 edition contains more than 50 improvements. You can order it in our online shop.
+3 IMA INSIDE TALK WEBINAR CONCERNING IBCS® ON JUNE 28
On June 28th Jürgen Faisst holds an Inside Talk webinar with the title „How IBCS® Notation Standards Help Understand Reports“ for IBCS Partner Institute of Management Accountants (IMA®). Here you can register for free. CMAs, CFMs, and CPAs receive CPE credits.
+4 GROWING INTERNATIONAL DEMAND FOR IBCS® TRAINING
In recent months, several seminars concerning IBCS WITH SUCCESS took place in UK, Poland, Turkey, and the Netherlands. In Istanbul our Turkish partner IBSS organized our best-attended seminar ever (83 participants!). In May, our English IBCS® Certification Course was booked out for the first time – we had highly qualified participants from Australia, UK, Spain, Switzerland, Austria, Germany, and the Netherlands.
+5 LONGVIEW DIALOG 2016: FOCUS ON VISUALIZATION
At the Longview (arcplan) conference Dialogue 2016 Rolf Hichert presented in his key note „Visualizing the future – the future of visualizing“ our new visuals. Our Certified Consultants from Blueforte und Partake contributed in further presentations. A report from ProSiebenSat.1 media group about IBCS compliant business intelligence with Longview (arcplan) software was on the program, too.
+6 MORE HICHERT®IBCS Certified Software: ks quadrat extensions² for Qlik
extensions² 1.0, a software product from Ks quadrat, has been certified successfully. Because of seamless integration of IBCS compliant objects in QlikView and in QlikSense extensions2 is not only interesting for end users but also for Qlik partners.
+7 SUCCESSFUL SOFTWARE RECERTIFICATION: GRAPHOMATE AND LONGVIEW (ARCPLAN)
Longview (arcplan) and graphomate succeeded in the bi-annual recertification of their products. graphomate now is certified for IBCS® compliant tables, too. Longview (arcplan) presented an even better usability than its initial certification.
+8 MORE HICHERT®IBCS CERTIFIED CONSULTANTS
We are proud to present further consultants passed the HICHERT®IBCS Certification (HCC):
Mohamed Abouyakob from JUGO, s’ Hertogenbosch (Netherlands)
Marita Köpper from Sybit & Peers, Tägerwilen (Switzerland)
Tino Künzel from M-net, Munich (Germany)
Renato Ocko from Kontroling Kognosko, Zagreb (Croatia)
Marc Weber from BUW Holding, Osnabrück (Germany)
Christiane Wierich from Windhoff Software Services in Gescher (Germany)
These consultants present themselves and their work examples on their respective profile pages.
+9 SEMINAR DATES 2016
After the summer break we offer the following one-day SUCCESS seminars:
October 11, Zurich (in German)
November 7, Frankfurt (in German)
November 16, Düsseldorf (in German)
November 17, ‘s-Hertogenbosch, NL (in English)
There are still vacancies for the German certification course on October 12-14 in Konstanz. The next English certification course will take place in early spring 2017.
Further dates for seminars and trainings you find here.
With kind regards,
Jürgen Faisst and Rolf Hichert