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Acklesh Prasad
Queensland University of Technology
Information technologyBusinessBusiness valueKnowledge managementBusiness process
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#2Acklesh PrasadH-Index: 8
Last. Feng XiongH-Index: 2
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Introduction - The tweet that added 1 billion to the company's bottom line - Shares jumped nearly 4 per cent in just 10 minutes - Adding a S900 million to the company's market cap in just 115 characters. - The tweet went out to his 1.9 million followers and had thousands of retweets within an hour. Purpose of this paper - ASX companies are subject to continuous disclosure so twitter posts are not new information? - so how plausible is it that twitter posts add information in the market? - How...
#1Acklesh PrasadH-Index: 8
#2Peter GreenH-Index: 55
Last. Jon HealesH-Index: 11
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Purpose This paper aims to investigate whether organisations in developing economies legitimise their level of profit. Design/methodology/approach Organisations’ level of profit is evaluated against the readability of sections of information available in the corporate annual reports. These sections include the Chairman’s Report, the Chief Executive Officer Report and the Notes to the Accounts. Findings More profitable organisations report more readable information in their corporate annual repor...
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#1Feng XiongH-Index: 2
#2Acklesh PrasadH-Index: 8
Last. Larelle June ChappleH-Index: 11
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The use of social media has spread into many different areas including marketing, customer service, and corporate disclosure. However, our understanding of the timely effect of financial reporting information on Twitter is still limited. In this paper, we examine the timely effect of financial reporting information on Twitter in the Australian context, as reflected in the follow-up stock market reaction. With the use of event methodology and comparative setting, we find that financial reporting ...
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There is an uptake of organizations involvement in collaborative organizational structures (COS). As the nature and level of information technology (IT) investment in COS will be similar, the COS IT competencies will leverage the IT investments to create the collaborative rent generating potential of the COS, which would then improve the business value of the COS members. Consistent with the resource-centric views of the firm, we suggest that the COS members need to contribute their managed IT c...
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#1Acklesh Prasad (QUT: Queensland University of Technology)H-Index: 8
#2Peter Green (QUT: Queensland University of Technology)H-Index: 55
There is an increase in the uptake of cloud computing services (CCS). CCS is adopted in the form of a utility, and it incorporates business risks of the service providers and intermediaries. Thus, the adoption of CCS will change the risk profile of an organization. In this situation, organizations need to develop competencies by reconsidering their IT governance structures to achieve a desired level of IT-business alignment and maintain their risk appetite to source business value from CCS. We u...
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#1Acklesh PrasadH-Index: 8
#2Peter GreenH-Index: 55
The concept of cloud computing services (CCS) is appealing to small and medium enterprises (SMEs). However, while there is a significant push by various authorities on SMEs to adopt the CCS, knowledge of the key considerations to adopt the CCS is very limited. We use the technology-organization-environment (TOE) framework to suggest that a strategic and incremental intent, understanding the organizational structure and culture, understanding the external factors, and consideration of the human r...
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#1Feng XiongH-Index: 2
#2Acklesh PrasadH-Index: 8
Last. Larelle June ChappleH-Index: 11
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The use of social media has spread into many different areas including marketing, customer service, and corporate disclosure. However, our understanding of the timely effect of financial reporting information on Twitter is still limited. In this paper, we propose to examine the timely effect of financial reporting information on Twitter in Australian context, as reflect in the stock market trading. We aim to find out whether the level of information asymmetry within the stock market will be redu...
#1Feng XiongH-Index: 2
#2Acklesh PrasadH-Index: 8
Last. Larelle June ChappleH-Index: 11
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We investigate the extent and nature of use of use of twitter for financial reporting by ASX listed companies. We consider 199 financial information related tweets from 14 ASX listed companies’ Twitter accounts. A thematic analysis of these tweets shows ‘Earnings’ and ‘Operational Performance’ are the most discussed financial reporting themes. Further, a comparison across industry sectors reveals that listed companies from varies industries show different usage patterns of financial reporting on...
#1Glen FinauH-Index: 4
#2Acklesh PrasadH-Index: 8
As accountants, we are all familiar with the SUM function, which calculates the sum in a range of numbers. However, there are instances where we might want to sum numbers in a given range based on a specified criteria. In this instance the SUM IF function can achieve this objective.
ABSTRACT: Accounting information systems (AIS) capture and process accounting data and provide valuable information for decision makers. However, in a rapidly changing environment, continual manage...
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