XII and a number of other organisations are currently requesting comment on a number of items. We encourage you to take full advantage of the opportunity and make yourself heard!
The XBRL GL Framework is coming into increased use around the world as a way to standardize the reporting of financial and business information within an organisation or throughout a supply chain at a transactional level.
The XBRL Standards Board has promoted the Assertion Severity 1.0 specification to Candidate Recommendation status. What does that mean? As the name suggests this modular addition to the XBRL Formula Specifications very simply provides a way to attach different levels of severity to errors encountered when processing business rules. Now in addition to simple Pass and […]
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XBRL International has created an Audit Data Collection (ISO) Task Force to act as a single point of communication between the XBRL community and the ISO during the ISO/PC 295 project
The XBRL GL Working Group has released a package of multi-language labels to support the XBRL GL 2015 Framework that was released in March. The package provides full translations for Brazilian Portuguese, Chinese, Italian, Spanish, as well as partial translations for Finnish, Canadian French, and Turkish. We are seeing more entities making use of the capabilities […]
Taxonomy Packages make taxonomies easier to use by allowing for automated configuration of support software and additional meta-data that help users understand the way they are structured.
The 2015 XBRL GL Taxonomy has advanced to Recommendation status, meaning it is stable and is considered suitable for broad adoption and implementation. XBRL GL is intended to enable the efficient handling of financial and business information contained within an organisation, including the representation of anything that is found in a chart of accounts, journal entries or […]
XII is looking to develop additional and somewhat simpler ways using an OIM, or Open Information Model, aimed at providing standardised ways to deal with XBRL using alternative syntax.