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Institute of Management Accountants

A professional organization in the United States for management accountants and financial managers. These professionals specialize in the study of how managers use accounting and/or financial information in current or future business decisions. Unlike other accountants, they primarily report to the internal management of a company, rather than to an external body like shareholders or tax collection agencies. The Institute establishes common practices and ethical standards for these professionals, and awards the Certified Management Accountant designation upon the successful completion of an examination testing one's knowledge in four subjects: business analysis, management accounting and reporting, strategic management, and business applications.

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8, 1996--Due to the blizzard of '96, the Interactive Multimedia Association (IMA) announced today the rescheduling of its inter-industry forum on technology-based intellectual property management, "Electronic Commerce for Content.
The Interactive Multimedia Association is an international trade association with more than 260 member companies and organizations representing all areas of the multimedia industry.
5, 1996--The Interactive Multimedia Association (IMA), a worldwide trade organization representing more than 400 interactive multimedia technology developers and providers, today announced the release of the gold version of its CD MATCH(TM) software program for Windows, Macintosh and OS/2.
Apple is also working closely with the Interactive Multimedia Association (IMA) on cross-platform format work, including the Movie format.
LANauditor was also chosen by the Interactive Multimedia Association as the underlying technology for the CD-Match program.
11, 1995--The Interactive Multimedia Association (IMA), a worldwide trade organization representing more than 400 interactive multimedia technology providers, today announced that it has joined in the launch of IMPRIMATUR, an international consortium funded by the European Commission (EC) and announced at the European Information Technology Conference in Brussels on November 29.
Eastman Kodak epr (Electronic Publishing Resources) FORE Systems Informix Software Institute for Behavioral Healthcare Interactive Digital Solutions (SGI) Institute for Research on Learning (IRL) Interactive Multimedia Association Intercom Ontario Kairos Software Inc.

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