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To:           Whom it May Concern
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    Applying Barely Repeatable Business Processes (BRP) and
    Technology to the UN Global Compact Ten Principles an...
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BRP (Barely Repeatable Processes) are unpredictable, knowledge worker, unstructured processes,
practices, ad-hoc BRP ...
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In other words, taking the 64% and 65% together, about 40% of the world’s resources are spent on
making the workflow ...
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In general, these are based on making documents and information available to all participants, then
tagging or otherw...
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      All pertinent information can be delivered at the right time to the right person

      All information is in...
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Rules and regulations are only as good (or bad) as the underlying systems that will capture the on-
going business an...
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WEG’s BRP architecture fulfills all of the above requirements and is built to include any outside parties
allowing th...
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WEG’s alignment:
The ability for businesses to essentially organise as they find suitable to do business, associate
t...
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Anti-Corruption

Principle 10: Businesses should work against corruption in all its forms, including extortion and
br...
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Typically, market errors exist in those countries, since there is an obvious consumer demand for
products (food, clea...
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Gender Equality
WEG’s BRP platform does not discriminate gender, sexuality, religious belief, race, or anything else....
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and AIDS. As with education in general, HIV and AIDS is about information, but also about fulfilling
medical needs as...
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WEG’s platform makes it possible to forge such partnerships and alliances based on inherent trust,
accountability, re...
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UNWEB is a process based trading platform based on the BRP platform. On this platform, global users
can enter sale or...
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WEG Affiliation with the UN
The World Exchange Group Incorporated (WEG) is a privately held corporation that founded ...
2010
CONFIDENTIALITY NOTICE: Copyright© 2010 World Exchange Group, Incorporated. All rights
reserved. This paper is confid...
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  1. 1. 2010 To: Whom it May Concern 9 From: World Exchange Group Subject: Paper: “Applying Barely Repeatable Business Processes (BRP) and Technology to the UN Global Compact Ten Principles and the UN Millennium Goals” Date: October 4, 2010 This paper concerns the subject of how World Exchange Group (WEG) is using the concept of Barely Repeatable Business Processes (BRP) to align itself with the UN Global Compact Ten Principles as well as the UN Millennium Development Goals. The WEG platform called UNWEB therefore intents to provide the necessary information technology infrastructure to enable it’s partnership with the UN Global Compact and the entire UN to much more efficiently apply its principles and goals to resolve the world’s needs in all categories through human collaboration in the BRP framework. World Exchange Group will continue to support and commit the United Nations Global Compact on going initiatives and its 10 principles for many years to come. It is our corporate and personal responsibility to do so. 1 World Exchange Group United Nations NGO ECOSOC | Delegate Pa/Pa | NGO in Consultative Status (Category II) with ECOSOC U.S.A. Representative CoNGO | Pa/Pa United Nations Global Compact business partner/accredited member 6125 Masters Blvd || Billings, Montana 59106 || United States 001.253.670.3080 Cellular || 001.406.534.4343 Facsimile
  2. 2. 2010 Applying Barely Repeatable Business Processes (BRP) and Technology to the UN Global Compact Ten Principles and the UN Millennium Goals Published by: World Exchange Group (September 2010) Authors: Jason Blair (MBA, co-founder of World Exchange Group) Niels Skjoldager (B.Sc. Economics & BA, M.Sc. SCM, co-founder of World Exchange Group) Sigurd Rinde (M.Sc. Engineering, MBA, founder of Thingamy) Preamble: Barely Repeatable Business Processes (BRP) versus ERP Any kind of work in any kind of organisation can be seen as processes: “Sequence of interdependent and linked procedures which, at every stage, consume one or more resources (employee time, energy, machines, money) to convert inputs (data, material, parts, etc.) into outputs. These outputs then serve as inputs for the next stage until a known goal or end result is reached.”1 Such processes, usually named workflows when people are involved, can be split into two types: ERP (Easily Repeatable Processes) are predictable, structured processes, production, linear processes. This is a type of process where only about 30%2 of the world’s GDP happens.3 1http://www.businessdictionary.com/definition/process.html 2Calculated as follows: Worldwide GDP per sector: Agriculture: 4%, Industry: 32 %, Services: 64 %. Estimated percentage of a sector's people processes being BRP: Using GM in 2007 as a measuring stick for both BRP and ERP slanted economic activity with 7.5% in Admin costs -> let's assume that 2/3rd of that is non-linear, unstructured - BRP -> 5% BRP and 2.5% ERP 2 World Exchange Group United Nations NGO ECOSOC | Delegate Pa/Pa | NGO in Consultative Status (Category II) with ECOSOC U.S.A. Representative CoNGO | Pa/Pa United Nations Global Compact business partner/accredited member 6125 Masters Blvd || Billings, Montana 59106 || United States 001.253.670.3080 Cellular || 001.406.534.4343 Facsimile
  3. 3. 2010 BRP (Barely Repeatable Processes) are unpredictable, knowledge worker, unstructured processes, practices, ad-hoc BRP is the type of process where about 60% of Worldwide value creation (GDP) happens.4 A process, being a sequence of activities, requires a “framework”, like water requires a riverbed, a pipeline or at least a line of people passing buckets to be useful. ERP Frameworks often take a physical form; production lines are typical, where the work order, the information and the actual work interface is delivered at the right time, such as a car without doors on an assembly line. Non-physical frameworks are well covered by mature IT solutions like ERP, HRM, SCM, BPM and so forth, handling a predictable workflow such as paying salaries at end of month or insurance claims with the help of a set of predictable business rules. BRP Frameworks on the other hand are much less developed and consists almost exclusively of tools to support manual processes. Examples are spreadsheets used to update project progress, wikis to share documents for collaboration, CRM and issue/bug handling systems used in creative ways for Case Management, etc. The commonality is that none have proper process automation. In addition the cornerstone of the current BRP framework is the organisational hierarchy with its components such as meetings, budgets, deadlines and business rules. The result of the following situation is very interesting: All research reviewed shows that between 55% and 75% of resource use (time) in BRPs is spent on process work to make the process happen at all, leaving on average only about 1/3rd of resource use spent on actual value creation for the customer. on top of 92.5% core ERP (or BRP). Thus worldwide ERP GDP share would be: 32% x 0.95 + 64% x 0.025 ≈ 32 % and worldwide BRP GDP could be: 32% x 0.05 + 64% x 0.975 ≈ 64 %. 3 From Gartner quoting McKinsey saying "60% of all work is unstructured" (GDP in its simplest fashion is the sum of all salaries so "work" works here, and "unstructured work" is the definition of BRP.) From Oracle stating that "20% of worldwide GDP happens in projects". Projects are usually defined as the part that happens after research, discussion and decisions and does not include those which never reaches the implementation level. 4 WEG estimates 64%, McKinsey & Company says 60% as referenced by internal sources. 3 World Exchange Group United Nations NGO ECOSOC | Delegate Pa/Pa | NGO in Consultative Status (Category II) with ECOSOC U.S.A. Representative CoNGO | Pa/Pa United Nations Global Compact business partner/accredited member 6125 Masters Blvd || Billings, Montana 59106 || United States 001.253.670.3080 Cellular || 001.406.534.4343 Facsimile
  4. 4. 2010 In other words, taking the 64% and 65% together, about 40% of the world’s resources are spent on making the workflow happen and not on value creation. Turned the other way it means there is about a 70% increase in worldwide GDP to be found, if the process part of BRPs could be automated. In fact, when Ford automated the process part of the ERP with his first assembly line in 1913, without changing the way the actual work happened (same doors to screw on, using same tools and same movements), he found that he could increase production 7.8 times5 within one year without increasing manpower. BRP can therefore be defined as follows: A temporary activity or sequence of activities initiated by an issue, an idea or a request, with multiple participants where the sequence of activities are directed by human knowledge to act according to the current situation and related circumstances. We experience a situation such as the following every day: An MD studying the x ray cannot choose the next step before he has done his “study x ray” task. An office worker cannot decide what next phase of research has to be undertaken until the first round results are in. No decision can be made until all research and discussion results are in. Current Enterprise Software solutions are based on an architecture and principle where they have modelled the existing frameworks and as cannot move beyond the current manual BRP approach as a result. Collaboration Current IT efforts concentrated towards relieving the BRP issues are all focused on the current popular term of “Collaboration”. 55 Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Assembly_line 4 World Exchange Group United Nations NGO ECOSOC | Delegate Pa/Pa | NGO in Consultative Status (Category II) with ECOSOC U.S.A. Representative CoNGO | Pa/Pa United Nations Global Compact business partner/accredited member 6125 Masters Blvd || Billings, Montana 59106 || United States 001.253.670.3080 Cellular || 001.406.534.4343 Facsimile
  5. 5. 2010 In general, these are based on making documents and information available to all participants, then tagging or otherwise marking specific documents as “tasks” and with “assignees” - all in a non-process way, more like a common desktop to make collaboration easier. The new BRP solution from WEG and the architecture behind it is based on using an underlying process engine to deliver task instructions, including all pertinent information and the tools required to process all work, automatically directed to the relevant task assignee at the right time. Only this approach enables true hand-off and proper accountability as well as correct contextual capture of the on-going processes. In other words, WEG’s BRP engine delivers proper sequential collaboration while still allowing human intelligence and creativity full freedom. This way global trade between individuals and organizations alike can be made possible, without those parties knowing each other, or having done business before, prior to engaging in structuring the particular trade situation. This applies to all types of trade, such as products, services, monetary instruments, for profit, non-profit, humanitarian aid, exchange of education and knowledge, and so forth. WEG has a radical and unconventional different approach modelling reality directly to allow a proper process engine to handle and run BRPs. This is currently the only approach that works in practice and can be used now. In short:  Current solutions for BRPs focus on individual efficiency,  WEG’s solution focuses on organisational effectiveness. Other direct benefits to be gained from a proper process engine for those BRPs include, but are not limited to, these effects:  Proper hand off of tasks 5 World Exchange Group United Nations NGO ECOSOC | Delegate Pa/Pa | NGO in Consultative Status (Category II) with ECOSOC U.S.A. Representative CoNGO | Pa/Pa United Nations Global Compact business partner/accredited member 6125 Masters Blvd || Billings, Montana 59106 || United States 001.253.670.3080 Cellular || 001.406.534.4343 Facsimile
  6. 6. 2010  All pertinent information can be delivered at the right time to the right person  All information is in proper context, sequence, what was available, when and who  All activity is captured historically and stored as versions  Allows complete transparency  Allows complete accountability  Prevents any manipulation of data or records, all is stored historically true  Any kind of report can be generated  Continuous increase of Intellectual Capital (learning) as all is captured in context In summary, the new solution for BRPs will deliver these important aspects:  A tripling of effective value-creation using the same amount of personnel resources,  Yielding total transparency, accountability and untouchable historical records to all of the UN’s activities,  Alignment with all of the UN’s goals and principles, including the UN Millennium Development Goals and the UN Global Compact Ten Principles: WEG and BRP as they relate to the Ten Principles of the UN Global As ERPs are well structured, the results are also well documented and therefore any required compliance will be relatively easy to ensure. The real problems arise from the current methods used to register and document BRP activities and results, almost exclusively by reporting in areas, the results are consequently only as good (or bad) as the reporter chooses to be without any path to deeper insight by any outside body. 6 World Exchange Group United Nations NGO ECOSOC | Delegate Pa/Pa | NGO in Consultative Status (Category II) with ECOSOC U.S.A. Representative CoNGO | Pa/Pa United Nations Global Compact business partner/accredited member 6125 Masters Blvd || Billings, Montana 59106 || United States 001.253.670.3080 Cellular || 001.406.534.4343 Facsimile
  7. 7. 2010 Rules and regulations are only as good (or bad) as the underlying systems that will capture the on- going business and transactions. WEG’s BRP system captures all on-going business and transactions in the process itself. When a task has been assigned and the task has been completed who, what and when are registered in an unalterable way, and the full context is also captured. It is not possible to alter data once it has been registered, hence, by definition all processes and data are stored infinitely “as is” and therefore, the person creating the data is accountable for his or her actions. Ethics are self-evident, if complete transparency combined with rules and guidelines exists. When the chance of getting caught is 100%, ethics become evident. This mechanism is built into the WEG BRP architecture while the guidelines are given by the Ten Principles of the Global Compact. As a core base these are the three features such a system must deliver:  True records: Historical, unchangeable and versioned,  Real time transparency: Anything can be shown, role based access,  Full accountability: Who was assigned the task, when, who completed the task, when, what exactly did the person do, in what context was the task done and what information was available. As the UN cannot impose any specific information capture or documentation method on third parties unless they work directly with the UN, the UN must show the way. This can be twofold:  Lead the way by showing how it can be done by ensuring full transparency, accountability and untouchable historical records in all their own activities, and  Ensure that all dealings with third parties are following the same procedures. i.e. using the same system and processes. In other words: the UN could set the standard. 7 World Exchange Group United Nations NGO ECOSOC | Delegate Pa/Pa | NGO in Consultative Status (Category II) with ECOSOC U.S.A. Representative CoNGO | Pa/Pa United Nations Global Compact business partner/accredited member 6125 Masters Blvd || Billings, Montana 59106 || United States 001.253.670.3080 Cellular || 001.406.534.4343 Facsimile
  8. 8. 2010 WEG’s BRP architecture fulfills all of the above requirements and is built to include any outside parties allowing the UN throughout its vast organizational hierarchy to ensure full compliance for all internal and external dealings. Very specifically, WEG’s BRP approach applies directly to each of the Ten Principles of Global Compact as follows: Human Rights Principle 1: Businesses should support and respect the protection of internationally proclaimed human rights; and Principle 2: Make sure that they are not complicit in human rights abuses. WEG’s alignment: Full compliance can only be assured by real-time in-process capture of all activities and its context. This is precisely what WEG’s BRP solution offers. The inherent accountability and transparency greatly promotes users to act with a high level of ethics and therefore also with respect and in support of the protection of human rights. Labour Principle 3: Businesses should uphold the freedom of association and the effective recognition of the right to collective bargaining; Principle 4: The elimination of all forms of forced and compulsory labour; Principle 5: The effective abolition of child labour; and Principle 6: The elimination of discrimination in respect of employment and occupation. 8 World Exchange Group United Nations NGO ECOSOC | Delegate Pa/Pa | NGO in Consultative Status (Category II) with ECOSOC U.S.A. Representative CoNGO | Pa/Pa United Nations Global Compact business partner/accredited member 6125 Masters Blvd || Billings, Montana 59106 || United States 001.253.670.3080 Cellular || 001.406.534.4343 Facsimile
  9. 9. 2010 WEG’s alignment: The ability for businesses to essentially organise as they find suitable to do business, associate themselves with other businesses and people around the world in order to establish efficient trades and bargain within a “safe harbour” is all key to WEG’s BRP based solution. The inherent trust, transparency and accountability forces the users to behave within acceptable ethical guidelines, including not using forced and compulsory labour as well as child labour, with respect for human rights, including non-discriminative relationships with employees and their occupation. Only within such a framework will it be possible to eliminate all of those unwanted behaviours, and therefore allow businesses and individuals to safely do business with anyone around the world, simply since it is by definition a “safe harbour” to do so. Environment Principle 7: Businesses should support a precautionary approach to environmental challenges; Principle 8: Undertake initiatives to promote greater environmental responsibility; and Principle 9: Encourage the development and diffusion of environmentally friendly technologies. WEG’s alignment: Businesses support a precautionary approach to environmental challenges and more importantly, putting strategies into action, falls well within the inherent high level of ethical standards, which WEG’s BRP approach provides as discussed previously in this document. Acting in a responsible manner in general, and regarding the environment specifically, is a matter of ethics and therefore it is possible to do business on WEG’s BRP platform with business partners and individuals, who actually do business while promoting greater environmental responsibility. As such, the necessary tool to develop and diffuse environmentally friendly technologies is readily available from WEG. Full environmental compliance therefore can only be assured by real-time in-process capture of all activities and its context. This is precisely what WEG’s BRP solution offers. 9 World Exchange Group United Nations NGO ECOSOC | Delegate Pa/Pa | NGO in Consultative Status (Category II) with ECOSOC U.S.A. Representative CoNGO | Pa/Pa United Nations Global Compact business partner/accredited member 6125 Masters Blvd || Billings, Montana 59106 || United States 001.253.670.3080 Cellular || 001.406.534.4343 Facsimile
  10. 10. 2010 Anti-Corruption Principle 10: Businesses should work against corruption in all its forms, including extortion and bribery. WEG’s alignment: Corruption is most likely to happen when there is no process in place, which captures everything within the process itself, stores it forever and holds everyone accountable for everything that is happening in the process itself. Lack of transparency and accountability, in fact, promotes wrongful behaviour, including corruption, or reflected in modern economic theory, greatly increases the risk of moral hazard and the costs associated herewith. In other words: Full capture of all on-going processes and transactions and the inability to alter the facts captured in-process will in effect eliminate corruption. This would, of course, require that all activities are handled by a process based system like WEG’s BRP solution. Summary: Most of the UN’s activities are BRPs, in particular handling of unforeseen situations like any crisis or disaster. WEG’s BRP approach provides the necessary full transparency, accountability and untouchable historical records. Given a set of rules combined with a practical implementation of these three concepts, ethics will be a natural result. WEG and BRP as they relate to the United Nations Millennium Development Goals End Poverty and Hunger The unbalanced world in which the majority of the world’s resources and assets are owned by a very small percentage of the world’s population is one of the major contributors to poverty and hunger. 10 World Exchange Group United Nations NGO ECOSOC | Delegate Pa/Pa | NGO in Consultative Status (Category II) with ECOSOC U.S.A. Representative CoNGO | Pa/Pa United Nations Global Compact business partner/accredited member 6125 Masters Blvd || Billings, Montana 59106 || United States 001.253.670.3080 Cellular || 001.406.534.4343 Facsimile
  11. 11. 2010 Typically, market errors exist in those countries, since there is an obvious consumer demand for products (food, clean water, basic consumer goods, education, etc) but a grotesque undersupply to fulfill the demand. In this case, WEG supplies its BRP based platform, which provides direct and immediate insight in needs related to poverty and hunger and those needs can be fulfilled through the WEG platform by individuals, organisations such as corporations and NGO’s, governments, and the UN organization as such. The “direct line of communication” and BRP process with those in need or the organisations working directly related to ending poverty and hunger therefore will significantly decrease inefficiencies and greatly increase the ability to provide instant help where it is most needed, since WEG’s platform provides the necessary transparency and accountability throughout the collaboration process. Universal Education The lack of sharing of knowledge and lack of education in poorer countries results in a significant disadvantage in individual, organisational and country specific participation in the global economy and opportunities to increase the wealth. Education is necessary to accelerate a country’s ability to grasp those opportunities and become a real player in the global economy, thereby utilizing natural resources, production capabilities, innovation, trade, etc. to increase the wealth. WEG’s BRP based platform also provides the ability to post a need for knowledge/education and those needs can then be fulfilled by individuals, organisations, governments, the UN, etc. in order to help the undereducated to become more educated and better their lives. The inherent transparency of WEG’s platform thereby enables anyone around the world to provide the knowledge and education directly to those in need. 11 World Exchange Group United Nations NGO ECOSOC | Delegate Pa/Pa | NGO in Consultative Status (Category II) with ECOSOC U.S.A. Representative CoNGO | Pa/Pa United Nations Global Compact business partner/accredited member 6125 Masters Blvd || Billings, Montana 59106 || United States 001.253.670.3080 Cellular || 001.406.534.4343 Facsimile
  12. 12. 2010 Gender Equality WEG’s BRP platform does not discriminate gender, sexuality, religious belief, race, or anything else. In fact, the EEG fundamental philosophy is that each individual on planet Earth by him or herself is a tremendous resource, which deserves to have opportunities to provide a good life for herself or himself, the family, the local community, the country and ultimately, the world. WEG’s BRP based platform is therefore completely “neutral” and available to anyone, anywhere in the world, for free, and with equal rights and opportunity, regardless of gender. Child Health It is WEG’s opinion that in a world as rich and developed as is the case today, at least humanity should be able to come together and solve all problems related to child health. A child is innocent and only deserves the best possible care and opportunity in life. Fundamentally, child health is crucial to a child’s ability to have a chance in life. WEG is a contributor to the promotion of child health and will work diligently to unite the world and use the WEG BRP platform to fulfill needs related to child health issues. Maternal Health As is the case with child health, maternal health should be a natural right for women, so that all issues related to maternity shall be eradicated and sufficiently taken care of. The WEG BRP platform enables the world to unite and participate in the contributions to fulfill all needs related to maternal health. It is possible through WEG’s platform to directly help women having specific needs, organisations who work and contribute in this particular focus area, etc. Combat HIV/AIDS Although WEG itself cannot claim to combat HIV and AIDS, the WEG BRP methodology still is a platform, which shall enable the world to come together and fulfill needs related to combatting HIV 12 World Exchange Group United Nations NGO ECOSOC | Delegate Pa/Pa | NGO in Consultative Status (Category II) with ECOSOC U.S.A. Representative CoNGO | Pa/Pa United Nations Global Compact business partner/accredited member 6125 Masters Blvd || Billings, Montana 59106 || United States 001.253.670.3080 Cellular || 001.406.534.4343 Facsimile
  13. 13. 2010 and AIDS. As with education in general, HIV and AIDS is about information, but also about fulfilling medical needs as well as education in areas of the world, where the market economy itself fails. It is obvious that there is an unfortunate huge market demand for HIV/AIDS medicine in certain countries, yet there is a tremendous undersupply of those medicines, simply because those countries and individuals are too poor to pay the market price (in the western world) for the medicine. WEG will make it a goal by itself to provide fulfillment of needs related to combatting HIV and AIDS through the WEG BRP platform, thereby enabling individuals and organizations alike around the globe to directly collaborate and fulfill needs related to combating HIV and AIDS. Environmental Sustainability Economic development and growth is paramount to a developing country’s ability to increase the wealth for their nation and people, however, this shall not be at the cost of the environment. Many opportunities exist for developing countries to not make the same mistakes as the developed world has done throughout the industrialization and beyond, but rather base their economic growth on smarter thinking and care for the environment, while enabling them to provide products and services which are competitive in the global economy. WEG and its BRP based platform shall also be an enabling factor for the development of environmentally sustainable economic growth, which is all about transparency, accountability and trust in relationships and the ability to share knowledge and build new economic opportunities in a smarter and more sophisticated manner. Global Partnership The WEG BRP platform is all about creating global partnerships between individuals of any background, heritage, religion, race, gender, etc., between organizations, corporations, NGO’s, non-profits, governments, the UN, and across all of these groupings of relationships. 13 World Exchange Group United Nations NGO ECOSOC | Delegate Pa/Pa | NGO in Consultative Status (Category II) with ECOSOC U.S.A. Representative CoNGO | Pa/Pa United Nations Global Compact business partner/accredited member 6125 Masters Blvd || Billings, Montana 59106 || United States 001.253.670.3080 Cellular || 001.406.534.4343 Facsimile
  14. 14. 2010 WEG’s platform makes it possible to forge such partnerships and alliances based on inherent trust, accountability, removing corruption from the equation and all based on a platform, which enables anyone to participate in the global economy and thereby create new opportunities and ultimately growth in wealth for everyone across the globe through more global trade, and through the implementation of all of the UN Millennium Goals. Practical applications and approach to the WEG BRP platform to the UN and UN Global Compact The UN calls for better solutions to handle international crisis situations and urges its member countries to incorporate its Millennium Development Goals in its own policies and initiatives, thereby contributing to the UN’s mission. The same applies to the members of the UN Global Compact, as they have all pledged to apply the Ten Principles to their organisation and develop their own initiatives and strategies to fulfill the UN Global Compact mission as such. WEG is aligned fully with both the Millennium Development Goals as well as the UN Global Compact Ten Principles. WEG has a working Proof of Concept ready and could, in cooperation with the UN, move that to a testable beta incorporating current solutions (GDACS and other systems) early in 2011 and a possible full implementation of a fully tested solution by the summer of 2011. This could then, if found useful by the UN and the UN Global Compact, be expanded to handle any other, or a combination of all other activities, in a fully holistic approach. About World Exchange Group World Exchange Group Inc. (WEG) is developing its online platform called “UNWEB”, which shall enable all people around the world to participate in the global economy and thereby have their individual humanitarian and economic needs fulfilled, as well as be able to fulfill other people’s needs. This also includes sharing of knowledge and education. 14 World Exchange Group United Nations NGO ECOSOC | Delegate Pa/Pa | NGO in Consultative Status (Category II) with ECOSOC U.S.A. Representative CoNGO | Pa/Pa United Nations Global Compact business partner/accredited member 6125 Masters Blvd || Billings, Montana 59106 || United States 001.253.670.3080 Cellular || 001.406.534.4343 Facsimile
  15. 15. 2010 UNWEB is a process based trading platform based on the BRP platform. On this platform, global users can enter sale or purchase opportunities, and where the opportunity can be picked up and executed through a proper trade process. The trade process allows established traders as well as aspiring entrepreneurs to execute the trade in a proper and best practice trading process UNWEB will break down the barriers between borders by allowing all mankind equal rights to participate in global trade regardless of creed, race, region, or financial status. World Exchange Group (WEG): Mission and Greater Purpose The WEG mission is to provide: Equality of Opportunity; giving all mankind the same opportunities regardless of sex, race, age or financial wealth. WEG intends to provide a global platform that:  Gives users the ability to view or participate in real-time global needs and/or offerings that contribute to completing the fulfillment of global situation.  Creates an equal playground for all mankind to participate in profit and non-profit opportunities that will break the inequality of the world’s wealth between the rich and the poor.  Helps educate and inspires entrepreneurs by allowing them the ability to quickly view or create social and business relationships, participate in economic transactions and/or fulfill humanitarian needs.  Meets the Needs of the United Nations Millennium Goals, to help eradicate hunger, create education and rise up entrepreneurs, break down borders, create equality for all, and help cure global disease. 15 World Exchange Group United Nations NGO ECOSOC | Delegate Pa/Pa | NGO in Consultative Status (Category II) with ECOSOC U.S.A. Representative CoNGO | Pa/Pa United Nations Global Compact business partner/accredited member 6125 Masters Blvd || Billings, Montana 59106 || United States 001.253.670.3080 Cellular || 001.406.534.4343 Facsimile
  16. 16. 2010 WEG Affiliation with the UN The World Exchange Group Incorporated (WEG) is a privately held corporation that founded the United World Exchange Board (UNWEB), which will be offered to all 192-member countries recognised by the United Nations. WEG is an accredited business partner with the United Nations Global Compact. On an executive level, WEG founder Jason Blair is an accredited NGO ECOSOC representative at the highest recognised level of the United Nations. He can participate and intervene in all United Nations New York, Geneva, and Vienna member state NGO departmental directives. He is also the Pa/Pa’s New York representative to CoNGO. WEG Co-founder Niels Skjoldager is a passionate entrepreneur having specialized in technologies, strategy and business development, product development and supply chain management. He is the co-founder of several software and technology companies, such as WEG. Thingamy founder Sigurd Rinde has a lifetime of experience as an entrepreneur and most recently the inventor of a software platform based on the concept of barely repeatable business processes. He is also the co-founder of several other companies in diverse industries. Thingamy is a strategic partner to WEG. In Closing: Members of WEG, as United Nations NGO representatives to ECOSOC, over the last three years have participated in many UN global meetings and round table discussions that focus on the MDG’s. The authors’ background and research has enabled them to better understand and meet both the MDG goals and United Nations Global Compact 10 principles. The authors of this paper and WEG thank you for your desire to better our world for all those who are in need and desire an improved life. 16 World Exchange Group United Nations NGO ECOSOC | Delegate Pa/Pa | NGO in Consultative Status (Category II) with ECOSOC U.S.A. Representative CoNGO | Pa/Pa United Nations Global Compact business partner/accredited member 6125 Masters Blvd || Billings, Montana 59106 || United States 001.253.670.3080 Cellular || 001.406.534.4343 Facsimile
  17. 17. 2010 CONFIDENTIALITY NOTICE: Copyright© 2010 World Exchange Group, Incorporated. All rights reserved. This paper is confidential information and belongs to the World Exchange Group, Incorporated. The information is intended only for the use of the individual or entity named above. If you are not the intended recipient, you are hereby notified that any disclosure, copying, distribution or taking any action based on the contents of this electronic mail is strictly prohibited. If you have received this electronic mail in error, please contact sender and delete all copies. 17 World Exchange Group United Nations NGO ECOSOC | Delegate Pa/Pa | NGO in Consultative Status (Category II) with ECOSOC U.S.A. Representative CoNGO | Pa/Pa United Nations Global Compact business partner/accredited member 6125 Masters Blvd || Billings, Montana 59106 || United States 001.253.670.3080 Cellular || 001.406.534.4343 Facsimile

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