Panta Rhei Social - Solutions for the social economy

Panta Rhei Social based on IBM Planning Analytics and with QUBEdocs Dokumentation

With Panta Rhei Social we offer specific solutions for the social economy.

What does social economy means?

The term social economy (SE) describes the part of an economic system that is essentially concerned with services for the benefit of society.

The focus is on social problems, especially in the provision of social services for and with people. The objective of the social economy is the direct production of individual and community welfare.

Thus, the social economy has both economic and social aspects. This action, its organisation and its functions are the subject of social economics. (Source: Wikipedia)

The base is a MIS – M anagement I nformation S ystem

A management information system (MIS) is an IT-technical information system. It provides the company with information with the help of which the company can be managed or controlling can be carried out. An MIS is usually business-oriented.

New terms and abbreviations are constantly used for the same content.

BI business intelligence
BPM business performance management
CPM corporate performance management
ICE Executive/Enterprise information system

The core point is the agile method of software development according to these principles:

Individuals and Interactions stand above processes and tools

Working software stands above comprehensive documentation

Cooperation with the customer stands above the contract negotiation

Respond to change is about following a plan

PLANNING

  • Supports all essential aspects of planning, analysis, forecasting and reporting
    • Top Down, Bottom Up, Reconciliations and Approvals
    • Operational and strategic
    • Short and medium term (days, weeks, months, years)
    • Budget, forecast, prognoses, scenarios, simulation
  • Planning processes

REPORTS

Covers the essential reporting requirements of the social economy enterprise

  • Daily reports
  • Weekly reports (e.g. duty rosters)
  • Monthly, quarterly reports (e.g. P&L)
  • Annual reports (e.g. balance sheet)
  • Special reports and ad hoc reports

Report recipient

Employees, owners, committees, banks, auditors, authorities, cost bearers (negotiations), public

  • Core module, master data, configuration, administration
  • Earnings (output, turnover, revenues)
  • Effort (advance, costs, expenses)
  • Staff
  • Assets (investments, maintenance, capex, opex)
  • Internal allocation (cost centres, sites)
  • Balance sheet and cash flow
  • Key figures, dashboard (KPIs)