Workiva (NYSE:WK) created Wdesk, a cloud-based productivity platform for enterprises to collect, link, report and analyze business data with control and accountability. Thousands of organizations, including over 65% of the 500 largest U.S. corporations by total revenue, use Wdesk. The platform’s proprietary word processing, spreadsheet and presentation applications are integrated and built upon a data […more]
Workiva (NYSE:WK) created Wdesk, a cloud-based productivity platform for enterprises to collect, link, report, and analyze business data with control and accountability. Thousands of organizations, including over 65 percent of the Fortune 500, use Wdesk for risk, compliance, or management reporting. Wdesk proprietary word processing, spreadsheet, and presentation applications are integrated and built upon a […more]
Get 24/7 access to an online library of XBRL courses The brand new XBRL e-learning modules are designed to give you access to the resources you need to succeed, whether you’re new to XBRL or just looking for some refresher courses. The library of 30 training modules will give you detailed instructions and guidance from […more]
Public Companies Also Used Workiva Platform to Submit More Than 78 Percent of Inline XBRL Facts in 2019 Workiva, provider of the world’s leading connected reporting and compliance platform, announced that its customer – Summit Materials – used the Workiva platform to submit the first multi-document Inline eXtensible Business Reporting Language (iXBRLTM) filing to the […more]
We’ve been reviewing individual corporate filings for issues related to data quality since 2015. Have you checked YOUR XBRL filing?
Workiva, creator of the Wdesk cloud-based productivity platform for enterprises, announced today that one of its customers used Wdesk to submit the first Inline XBRL filing to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on Friday, July 1, 2016.
The SEC has released new rules that allow companies to voluntarily file data in the Inline XBRL format. This milestone shows the value that the SEC places on XBRL data, data quality, and reducing the regulatory burden.
Driven by a shared mission to improve the usability of XBRL data, members of the Center for Data Quality have contributed funding and other resources to support the Data Quality Committee’s initiative to address the public’s concerns about the quality and usability of XBRL financial data filed with the SEC. The Committee is responsible for developing […more]
Harmonizing accounting and data standards. Read this blog post about the FASB team and their approach to incorporating ASUs into the US GAAP Financial Reporting Taxonomy.