Today's economy demands companies that are collaborative and innovative. This kind of company uses knowledge, computing, connections and trust to create value for its stakeholders and profit for its shareholders. Accounting helps you see the profit but you need ICounting to see the value creation.
ICounting - Change the conversation using measures that matter
Change the conversation using
measures that matter
^Accounting, is the measurement,
processing and communication of value
creation and financial information about
economic entities to a variety of
stakeholders users including investors,
creditors, management, regulators,
employees and communities.
Here’s the why and the how…
The bad news
Most businesses today still operate under the
principles of the industrial economy where it is
considered right and necessary to maximize short-term
profits in the name of shareholder value without
regard to the effect on employees, communities, the
environment or even the long term strength of the
company itself. This model is not sustainable.
The good news
Computing and social technologies are fundamentally
changing our economy and creating new
opportunities for us all. Today it is possible, even
necessary, to collaborate and innovate in order to
succeed in business.
This new economy is based on knowledge,
computing, connections and trust. It operates on a
shared success model where intangibles are the path
to profits and prosperity.
Era Industrial Knowledge
Key tech Machines Computers
Economics Profits Profits + Prosperity
Activity Production Value creation
economies of scale
Trust and experience
Employees collaborating together
and with external partners
to create re-usable knowledge,
designs and processes
that meet market needs via
a viable business model
How do you
How can ICounting help you
change the conversation?
Model Measure Manage Matter
Join our movement for
measures and management that matter!
Mary Adams 781-729-9650