CompSci Resources, LLC is a software engineering firm specializing in web-based technologies and XBRL. Our experience includes systems analysis, data modeling, enterprise architecture, all phases of software development, application integration, maintenance, and security administration. Our custom software solutions provide our customers with state-of-the-art web-based technologies designed to meet their specific requirements.

With regard to XBRL, the company’s web-based software products leverage CompSci’s patented technology to automate and simplify XBRL document creation and analysis. CompSci develops, sells, and supports the world’s best-value commercial-grade XBRL product suite. Currently being used by accounting firms, law firms, financial printers, filing agents, mutual fund managers, and public companies, CompSci’s XBRL solutions offer organizations superior service with cost-effective, cutting edge technology. Find out more about CompSci and our Self/Full-Service options:

  • Self-Service Solutions – CompSci’s EDGAR and XBRL software tools simplify the process of meeting your SEC filing requirements. We offer a fully integrated EDGAR HTML composition and XBRL tagging platform, as well as stand-alone products like Transform™, i16™ – Forms 3/4/5, XBRL audit|pro™, and N-FORMED™ – Forms N-PORT / N-CEN (coming soon) to meet your specific SEC reporting needs. Learn more: http://www.compsciresources.com/selfservice.html
  • Full-Service Solutions – If you prefer to outsource your EDGAR or XBRL services, then we can support you with our full-service options including EDGAR HTML Composition, Mutual Fund Risk/Return XBRL Tagging, Corporate Finance iXBRL and XBRL Tagging, Custom Software Development and SEC Form Preparation & Filing (coming soon). We also work with our clients to build a wide variety of custom software solutions. Learn more: http://www.compsciresources.com/fullservice.html

Learn more about CompSci Resources's offerings and participation as member of the XBRL US Software and Services community since July, 2006. http://www.compsciresources.com/