Accountants, data providers, public companies, technologists, regulators and industry groups support the XBRL standard by collaborating on XBRL US initiatives with other like-minded organizations and individuals.
Determine which membership option meets your individual or organizational needs. Current members can use this link to login to XBRL US Tools for SEC Filers.
Accounting and consulting firms, software and data providers, filing agents, startups using XBRL data, and financial market participants, gain from expanding business opportunities and the value of machine-readable XBRL data. Browse corporate member options to find out how to get involved.
Public companies join to improve the quality of their financials with access to data analytics, and get questions answered about resolving errors, SEC proposed rules, and handling new taxonomy releases. Get a seat at the table in discussions and recommendations to regulators and standard setters.
Utilities reporting to FERC join to leverage rendering and validation tools, and get access to detailed instructions, mapping to FERC forms, access to data and educational resources.
Nonprofits, associations, academic institutions and government regulators join XBRL US to increase their knowledge base and raise their profile as experts in the XBRL community.
Individual members can use our tools to learn how to work with and extract XBRL data to identify critical trends affecting their investments and their business. Whether you’re just getting started, are a Power User day-trading or looking at how to structure the next ‘killer app’, or want to contribute to XBRL US Working Groups and Committees, we’re eager for you to join this growing effort.
Organizations like these know the value of XBRL US Membership
At CompSci Resources, we specialize in the preparation and processing of SEC filings for public companies and mutual funds using our patented technology and Transform™ platform. Our financial software firm was founded in 1997 by CEO Michaela Blondell and is headquartered in Alexandria, VA. We strive to help businesses be successful in their SEC reporting […more]
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Software and Services community.
Construction Progress Coalition (CPC) is a 501c3 non-profit organization educating construction professionals on the benefits of open data standards and opportunities to adopt them. CPC’s mission is to improve collaboration between project delivery stakeholders through a Common Data Exchange (CDX). This supports CPC’s vision to redefine the benchmarks of construction project performance.
Learn more about Construction Progress Coalition's offerings and participation as member of the XBRL US