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Having worked on several large scale projects related to converting reporting from Local GAAPs to IFRS or to disentangling and de-consolidating multi-billion dollar business units, I fully agree that an object oriented approach would drastically simplify and accelerate those processes while leaving less room for errors and interpretations. Especially in companies running paleontologist-grade ERPs with un(der)-documented processes...

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