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.

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XBRL Training for SEC Filers

This web-based eLearning is specifically designed for SEC Filers with no knowledge of XBRL/iXBRL, who are looking to meet the SEC mandate for XBRL and inline XBRL (iXBRL) filings.

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Hyperion Disclosure Management

As part of Oracle’s EPM financial close solutions suite, Oracle Hyperion Disclosure Management enables organizations to centralize and effectively manage the development of XBRL tagged submissions now required by many regulatory bodies. Oracle Hyperion Disclosure Management enables customers to graphically perform XBRL tagging at several levels – within Microsoft Office, within EPM System reports or […more]

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EDGAR®Online

With more than 15 years of experience, EDGAR®Online is a leader in helping professionals uncover intelligence from financial disclosures, offering distribution of company data and public filings for equities, mutual funds and other publicly traded assets through online subscriptions and data licenses. EDGAR®Online is uniquely positioned to leverage proprietary technology to create robust, timely and […more]

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