Pattern recognition ability helps identify key accounting problem areas one might face when working with business silos. ~Anil Baddi, Author of Handbook Of Pattern Recognition: Analysis And Applications In Accounting
Champaign, IL (PRWEB) May 30, 2011
Kuvedina, a leading consulting firm based out of Champaign, IL has announced that Director of Program Management, Anil Baddi, has authored a Handbook Of Pattern Recognition: Analysis And Applications In Accounting.
Anil is currently owning responsibility for Program Management to promote Corporate Strategy, and development of innovative services.
Anil holds his MBA from University of Chicago Booth School of Business (formerly Chicago GSB). Anil Baddi is a domain expert in Telecom, Financial Services and Healthcare Sectors with particular specialization in OSS, Billing Systems, Mediation and Partner Management. Anil also holds a Masters of Computer Applications degree from Birla Institute of Technology, a premier Technology school. An accomplished software developer whose work was published in international journals (http://www.iec.org), Anil is also a certified Project Management Professional from http://www.pmi.org. Demonstrating leadership in the field of Program Management, Anil has authored and created several Project Management, SAP, CRM Portals worldwide. Also, nominated for creating innovative Learning Management Solutions for several Global Corporations.
Anil Baddi, the author hopes that business executives and practicing accounting professionals learn proven, real-world techniques for specifying accounting scenarios with this practical reference. The handbook details insightful accounting “patterns” offering realistic examples for situation-specific guidance for building effective managerial accounting. Each pattern explains what practical accounting needs to convey, offers potential questions to ask, points out potential pitfalls, suggests extra scenarios, and other advice. This handbook also provides guidance on how to tabulate accounting information that belong in a business situation, such as assumptions, and document historical information.
Says Anil Baddi, "There's almost always a pattern to observe in successful business situations!". Find out how accounting patterns can save you time and trouble by making aware the excerpts from technical and mathematical analysis plain and simple.
The handbook is organized in the form of articles containing explanations and insights into important and intuitive managerial decisions undertaken by business executives continuosly. Businesses are akin to denizens in an eco-system. Depending on endogenous and exogenous market factors, business value move sideways, up or down or at times just keeps waiting for where to go next. As a result, businesses grow (or shrink) organically and inorganically. Ability to observe trends in accounting patterns can enable decisions to buy and sell, merge and spinoff business units more effectively.
"Pattern recognition ability also helps identify key accounting problem areas one might face when working with business silos.", according to the Handbook Of Pattern Recognition: Analysis And Applications In Accounting.
Identification of problem is usually a first step in addressing project risks. This handbook thus also shares insights from the perspective of hands-on project management and enterprise resource planning initiatives at several global organizations, using publicly available information.
The company's project management team invites early participants to make the most of a limited time offer with a free download of the digital format.
Upon validation of the accounting patterns and models presented, the company hopes to translate the ideas presented into working extensions for enterprise resource planning tools available in the market.
Kuvedina is a consulting firm that offers a spectrum of ERP solutions — for Telecom, Financial, Healthcare, Retail, Hi-Tech and Manufacturing organizations.
Further information can be provided by contacting Kuvedina using the given link
Information about the print and digital formats of the handbook is also available from Qualified-Accountant.com
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