Digital ecosystems within China are accelerating so quickly that it’s hard to keep track. Researchers at the London School of Economics call out three key reasons for the rest of the world to find ways to join Chinese companies in the fast lane of digital development. They are: the scale and speed of Chinese tech […]
Thinking about the way that using standardised structured data inside the enterprise can benefit management as well as investors and auditors is the subject of a new guest post from Mohini Singh.
This is the second in a series of guest posts from Mohini Singh, ACA, Director, Financial Reporting Standards, CFA Institute. For the past six years, the narrative assigned to investors is they are drowning in information. This script emerged in 2011/2012 with publications such as the UK Financial Reporting Council’s Cutting Clutter and ICAS’s Losing […]
Siloing among teams leaves data stranded and managed as a technical, rather than analytical exercise – holding back its use.
XII CEO John Turner was in Helsinki this week speaking at the second Real Time Economy Conference hosted by Aalto University and XBRL Finland. RTE is a network of participants across the business reporting supply chain in Finland, collaborating on ways to digitise, standardise and automate a wide range of business processes: from e-invoicing to […]
XBRL Korea Annual Conference 14 April 2016 Seoul, Korea XBRL Korea, the Korea Accounting Institute and the KICPA are examining the impact on business reporting by AI and other trends such as Big Data in detail. The event will also identify opportunities for using structured data in conjunction with these emerging technologies to enhance the value […]
Listen to XBRL Board Chair Cees de Boer provide some key insight into the benefits of structured data for internal reporting during a sit down interview at Business Reporting 360 in Copenhagen. He also touches on SBR and the importance of accountability and transparency in business information. Watch the interview.