Items tagged with "education"

Point of View

Styles come and go;
Consistency is timeless.

Scott Theis, Chair, XBRL US Domain Steering Committee; President and CEO, Novaworks

A taxonomy style guide is about building clear, transparent, understandable standards that result in predictable communication every time. Give us feedback on the draft Style Guide out for public review.


The SEC and XBRL – New Developments in Financial Reporting

1:00 PM EDT Wednesday, June 28, 2017
Webinar hosted by Merrill Corporation
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Financial reporting is changing! The new structured data (XBRL) format for disclosing financial information has significant impact to all SEC filers. The SEC is now consuming XBRL data with increasing frequency and sophistication and recently proposed a new Inline XBRL format. Are you up-to-speed on the new developments? Join us for this complimentary webinar and […more]


Have you found the right team to build successful standards?

Campbell Pryde, President & CEO, XBRL US

Trust. It’s one of the most important considerations when hiring a guide to lead a challenging mountain climb. The same is true with developing standards. Only a specialist with the right skillset and experience can help build a good quality taxonomy or XBRL instance document. Find the right people through XBRL Achievements.


Styles Come and Go; Consistency Is Timeless

Campbell Pryde, President & CEO, XBRL US

Trust. It’s one of the most important considerations when hiring a guide to lead a challenging mountain climb. The same is true with developing standards. Only a specialist with the right skillset and experience can help build a good quality taxonomy or XBRL instance document. Find the right people through XBRL Achievements.


Achievement Leaders

Experience gained through education, committee involvement and specification development is recognized through XBRL Achievements. Find out more about XBRL US Members who help establish, maintain and implement the business reporting standard.


Automating Work-in-Process (WIP), Improving Contractor Access to Credit

Marcum LLP successfully created a computer-readable WIP report to help contractor clients provide financial performance data to surety carriers that can be automatically extracted with no rekeying of data. Marcum created the report by performing a one-time mapping using a spreadsheet add-in that converted the WIP data into XBRL format. XBRL is an open data […more]


Automation Improves Underwriting Process for Contractors and Sureties

The Hartford demonstrates how a one-time investment in data standards can be used by brokers to streamline their own data processing; and by surety carriers to eliminate the need for manual data entry, improve the credit evaluation process and offer better service to contractor customers.


Financial Reporting and Analysis Today: Making the Process Easier, Faster & Better

6:00 - 8:30 PM Thursday, May 4, 2017
NYSSA Conference || NYSSA Conference Center
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Structured financial reporting offers considerable value to investors today. additional improvements would increase its value considerably. Investors are not fully aware of the tools currently available and how these tools can assist in their investment process. The program will explore how technology, like the XBRL data standard, can be harnessed to reform the financial reporting […more]


Data Amplified 2017

Monday, November 6 - Wednesday, November 8, 2017
XBRL International Conference || Marriott Rive Gauche, Paris
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The Future of Business Reporting Lead the way to digital, integrated, decision-useful information. Lead your organisation to the future of business reporting. Converge on Paris, November 6-8 for Data Amplified 2017. This year’s most important event for professionals impacted by, and making an impact with the digitisation of business reporting. The world’s leading thinkers and […more]


Creating Quality Financials for Institutional Investor Use

3 PM EDT Wednesday, February 22, 2017
XBRL US Webinar
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Join this informative discussion with Thomson Reuters about how they use structured data for investor clients. You’ll also learn about the latest ruleset available from the Data Quality Committee to identify and resolve XBRL errors.