Government agencies, not-for profit organizations, industry coalitions and post-secondary schools are preparing their constituencies to create systems and capitalize on the ever-increasing (and increasingly important) data produced with the business reporting standard.

Institutional membership in XBRL US provides organizations with tools and resources necessary to help teams understand the fundamentals of taxonomy development and use data for research, in addition to providing timely communications, a peer network of experts and opportunities to provide leadership, input on strategy and help with the development of the business reporting specification.

Learn more about the
benefits of XBRL US Membership
for your organization.

Other Benefits for Members Include:

  • Early access to development projects, regulatory issues and industry trends
  • Tools like the XBRL US Tools for SEC Filers for creating 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 at right that’s right for your organization. Send a note to membership@xbrl.us if you have questions or need more information.

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Organizations like these know the value of XBRL US Membership

Member since
June, 2018

M2 Compliance

M2 Compliance is a market leader and innovative provider of disclosure management and dedicated regulatory compliance solutions. M2 Compliance has distinguished itself as a leading Filing Agency registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission providing a turnkey solution for your regulatory requirements, streamlining your process by becoming part of your team and enabling you to […more]

Learn more about M2 Compliance's offerings and participation as member of the XBRL US Software and Services community.


Member since
February, 2016

Mark V Systems

Mark V Systems Limited is a software corporation that is a contributor to, and manager of the Arelle open source XBRL project and a developer of tools and public standards for software engineering, including graph-based analysis tools for XBRL taxonomies.

Learn more about Mark V Systems Limited's offerings and participation as member of the XBRL US Software and Services community.


Click on the company links below to find out how our members are involved and advancing the standard.

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