Corporate membership in XBRL US provides your entire organization with access to resources, support for questions related to taxonomies and filings, regular communications, a peer network of experts, discounted training and services and opportunities to provide leadership. Most importantly, corporate members influence the standard by providing input on strategy and development. Plus, membership can help you increase visibility for products and services and your own expertise through our web site, collateral materials, trade shows, events, speaking engagements and contributions to articles.
Other benefits for members include:
- Early access to development projects, regulatory issues and industry trends
- Tools like the XBRL US Tools for SEC Filers to create better quality XBRL data, and others for research like the XBRL US Database of Public Filings
- Join influential committees and working groups that help set direction and provide oversight
To get started, choose the option that’s the right fit for your company by clicking on the link to the right. Organizations that are solely interested in a single reporting initiative such as surety reporting or emerging technologies, can join as Single Initiative Members. Send a note to firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions or need more information.
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