Practical Aspects of Using Electronic Resources in Companies Knowledge Management
Session coordinator: Dagmar Vránová, European Projects & Management Agency (EPMA), Czech Republic
Where: 28. 5. 2009, 8.45 - 12.25, Auditorium D
Company Information Disclosure and Access in the Member States of European Union
Autor: József Áts, Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary
As a result of many efforts in the field of official company information services at the turn of the Millennium, old dreams come true. The dreams of economists, businessmen and regulators about doing business more easily, transparently and securely. The dreams of information engineers about developing predefined user-side input that identified with digital-signature and shared automatically on the semantic Web. And last, but not least the dreams of European Union about building an information society. In today’s global world, doing business is unthinkable without proper, up-to-date and world wide business information services. One of the organic elements of this data processing services are the information about companies, including the basic official company information come from the trade registers of countries. As the Netherlands Chamber of Commerce emphasizes: "This means that the register is able to provide reliable answers to such questions as: • Does the company with which I wish to do business actually exist? • Is the person I am dealing with actually an authorized signatory? • What has happened to the company I used to do business with a few years ago?"
Jozsef Ats is a graduate of Library and Information Science at Eotvos Lorand University in Budapest. His experience comes from 7 years of working in all areas of librarianship in the card catalogue ages and 16 years of taking part in the development, implementation and management of e-services and integrated library systems such as Dynix and OLIB7. After working for different university libraries he worked for governmental libraries – for the National Communications Authority of Hungary at the directorate of information and knowledge management for 5 years as knowledge worker, and for Magyar Nemzeti Bank (the central bank of Hungary) as chief librarian for 3 years. From this year he works for the Budapest Bank - Member of GE Money Bank as the head of the Knowledge Centre.
Other papers in this session:
Author: Vilém Sklenák, University of Economics, Czech Republic
Author: Martin Mrazek, Semanta, Czech Republic
Co-authors:Peter Hora, Semanta, Czech Republic
Author: Marydee Ojala, ONLINE: Exploring Technology & Resources for Information Professionals, USA
Author: Karen McKeown, ProQuest, United Kingdom
Author: Petr Dudek, Unipetrol Services Ltd., Czech Republic
Author: Jan Mottl, AiP Safe s.r.o., Czech Republic
Author: Tomáš Oupický, ComAp s.r.o., Czech Republic