Coming soon! Effective June 1, 2018, the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is modernizing its rules for the information required of registered funds. These rules changes are creating two new form types, to be submitted in XML, the monthly Form N-Port (Portfolio) and annual N-Cen (Census). Our secure, web-based tool, N-Formed™, will satisfy […more]
Below is a sample of tools and services from XBRL US Members. Click the title of the tool or service to read details contributed by our members. Need more options? Choose one of the product or service feature links at right to see which tools and services correspond to a specific feature, or use the browse all link below or catalog link at right to see the full list.
Savvy SEC reporting teams are finding that the extra confidence and assurance that comes from the XBRL Cloud’s CleanScore SEC Verification Suite is the only way to prove that an XBRL filing is complete, accurate, correct and consistent.
The Transform™ software platform fully centralizes and automates the process of creating all EDGAR documents. All EDGAR filing needs can be met with a single login and upload. However, If you are currently tied to an HTML Composition solution, you can license Transform’s™ Corporate Finance iXBRL and XBRL tagging software component on its own. Transform™ […more]
Altova XMLSpy is the industry’s best selling XML editor for modeling, editing, transforming, and debugging XML-related technologies. The XMLSpy XBRL taxonomy editor uses the same editing paradigm as the popular graphical XMLSpy XML Schema editor, providing a graphical view of XBRL taxonomies and intelligent taxonomy editing features. Support for editing and validation based on XBRL […more]
Get this free mobile app to download quarterly or annual normalized financial data for individual companies. Follow the steps below to get the app: Download the MobileTogether app for handheld devices (iOS, Android, and Windows Phone). In the MobileTogether app add a new server with the address: secdb.altova.com and port 80 (leave the user as […more]