Altova®, the creator of XMLSpy®, MapForce®, and other leading XML, SQL, and UML tools, is the choice of over 4.8 million clients worldwide. The company is committed to providing its customers with easy-to-use tools for data management, software and application development, mobile development, and data integration. Altova has extended the reach of its XML development tools […more]
The Altova EBA XBRL Add-in for Excel makes it easy for financial professionals at filing companies to generate XBRL instances compliant with European Banking Authority rules. Using this add-in, users can map their data to reports compliant with EBA XBRL Filing Rules without ever leaving Excel.
The Altova Solvency II XBRL Add-in for Excel helps companies in the EU comply with regulations from EIOPA for submitting Solvency II reports in XBRL format. Users can now generate valid Solvency II XBRL directly in Excel, without being exposed to the complexity of XBRL syntax.
Altova RaptorXML Server is the third-generation, hyper-fast XML and XBRL processor from the makers of XMLSpy®. RaptorXML is built from the ground up to be optimized for the latest standards and parallel computing environments. Designed to be highly cross-platform capable, the engine takes advantage of today’s ubiquitous multi-CPU computers to deliver lightning fast processing of […more]
Altova StyleVision’s visual design model radically simplifies XBRL-related reporting and analysis, making it possible for business domain experts without deep XML expertise to leverage the full power of XBRL. StyleVision’s support for XML, SQL database, and XBRL inputs also makes it possible to combine XBRL document-based content with data from other sources, all using a […more]
The MissionKit development tool suite includes all Altova XBRL developer tools – XMLSpy, MapForce, StyleVision, and others – at an attractive price. MissionKit supports extending industry-standard XBRL taxonomies, mapping back-end database data to the taxonomy to create a valid XBRL instance for filing, and processing and publishing that same data in Web and print output […more]
Altova MapForce, a graphical data mapping, conversion and integration tool, supports using XBRL taxonomies as the data source or target structure for any mapping. Mappings to XBRL taxonomies can be used to extract financial data from back-end accounting systems for reporting and disclosure, while mappings from XBRL taxonomies with associated instance files can be used […more]
The XBRL US Data Quality Committee (DQC) has published its 18th Rule Set for a 45-day public review and comment period, which closes on May 30, 2022. The freely available DQC rules are developed through a collaborative process with stakeholders by exposing proposed guidance and validation rules for public comment. The Financial Accounting Standards Board […more]
XBRL US is governed by a Board of Directors, with annual nominations and voting by XBRL US member companies. Al Berkeley Chairman, Princeton Capital Management Cathy Conlon Vice President, Issuer Strategy & Product, Broadridge Financial Solutions, Inc. Alexander Falk President, CEO and Co-Founder, Altova Pranav Ghai CEO & Co-Founder, Calcbench Kathleen Healy Managing Director, Assurance, […more]
The US SEC knows a good thing when it sees it. They support the Data Quality Committee rules in the 2022 US GAAP Taxonomy.
Are you using a tool or service that checks your filing with these rules? Finding and fixing issues identified prior to filing gives the markets a clear picture of your company financials.
See real-time company-specific data quality filing results.