The XBRL US Data Quality Committee reports that by using its first set of validation rules, filers reduced the number of errors in their filings for the data covered by those rules by 64%, Q1 2016 versus Q1 2015.
Workiva, the SEC reporting solution market leader with the highest volume of XBRL facts filed, is hosting an XBRL training provided by experts for a day-long workshop of CPE learning. Participants of the training will be taken from the fundamentals of XBRL through the steps towards ensuring data quality in your filing. You will learn: […more]
Data quality is an important issue, but how reliable are the assessments that are currently available to measure data quality? Join Susan Yount, Director of Reporting Practices at Workiva, and Mike Starr, Vice President of Government and Regulatory Affairs at Workiva, on Thursday, Nov. 19 for this 60-minute webinar. They’ll address the data quality issues […more]
Go from zero to XBRL hero at the fourth annual #WorkivaTEC user conference Taking place at at the Hyatt Regency Orlando, Sept.14–17, The Exchange Community will bring together Wdesk users, reporting professionals, and industry thought leaders for three days of networking, best practice sharing, and industry discussions. Hear keynote speakers Arianna Huffington, Susan Cain, Tim […more]
Market leaders join forces to improve the utility of XBRL data XBRL US and an alliance of five companies – Merrill Corporation, RDG Filings, RR Donnelley, Vintage (a Division of PR Newswire), and Workiva Inc. – today announced the joint formation of the XBRL US Center for Data Quality to improve the utility of XBRL […more]
The Committee is responsible for developing guidance and validation rules that can prevent or detect inconsistencies or errors in XBRL data filed with the SEC. The Committee focuses on data quality issues that adversely affect data consumption and analysis and prioritizes issues based on input from users. The Committee provides an open collaborative process with stakeholders through exposure of its proposed guidance and validation rules for public comment. Members of the Committee include representatives from software providers, data aggregators, institutional investors, the accounting profession and academia.