Reporting

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“Signs are small measurable things, but interpretations are illimitable”

GEORGE ELIOT

The reporting phase comes at the end of a predetermined time cycle: traditionally, organizations set an annual deadline for the publication of documents used to report management results.

In our view, the reporting activity includes all the documentary materials produced by the organization to communicate results internally and externally, and more generally, to tell its own story.

Understood in this sense, the reporting process is more elaborate and comprehensive than what is generally concluded with the drafting of a financial statement document summarizing the economic and financial data of the past year.


The increasingly consolidated trend, in fact, is leading to understanding reporting as a fundamental process for building and consolidating organizational culture and, at the same time, for promoting and improving the quality of relationships with the network of stakeholders.

For this reason, our goal at this stage is to collaborate with the client to define a reporting system that allows for a constant overview of the organization’s performance and, at the same time, facilitates the collection and processing of data for institutional communication.

The current state of corporate reporting combines traditional elements such as the balance sheet and the explanatory notes with additional content that has become essential, demonstrating the organization’s attention to its reference system.

We believe that effective reporting – for the organization and for the stakeholders with whom it interacts – is one that demonstrates transparency in data, rigor in methodology, and comprehensiveness in the topics covered.

Forms of integrated reporting, such as sustainability reports, are fundamental tools for nurturing and improving relationships with stakeholders, but they can also provide a solution to the challenges of positioning one’s organization in relation to the competitive and social context of reference.

Today more than ever, it has become crucial for organizations to be able to define their results in a concise and comparable manner, developing performance indicators that integrate traditional economic-financial ones, to express the organization’s impact from a qualitative perspective.

In this, we can assist you by working together to define sets of Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) that address all the most pressing questions for your organization, with particular attention to contexts where meeting specific outcome standards is required by external bodies.

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  Accounting 
  Decision Support Systems
  Integrated Reporting
  Sustainability Report 
Valutazione Performance (key performance indicators)

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