The XBRL Standards Board (XSB) has approved a Candidate Recommendation release of the Filing Indicators specification. Filing Indicators are a mechanism used by some XBRL filing systems to enable filers to explicitly record which sections (or templates) within a report they have completed.
We’ve seen a growing interest in the new xBRL-CSV specification, with a number of XBRL implementations looking closely at using the format to meet their bulk data collection needs.
One item at this week’s XBRL Europe Digital Week was especially encouraging for those of us focussed on the modernisation and simplification of the XBRL standard. Fujitsu’s development team have been working on a Proof of Concept implementation for the xBRL-CSV specification. xBRL-CSV is designed to simplify handling of very large volumes of data. This […]
This week saw the much-anticipated publication of the Open Information Model (OIM) specifications as Candidate Recommendations.
Central banks and national statistical offices have increasingly been looking to big data sets and analytics to provide new insights – but managing data of this magnitude requires new data platforms. This week a Bank for International Settlements (BIS) report breaks down how best to deal with big data. Novel big data sets – such […]
Following the successful introduction of the European e-invoicing standard, Estonia is looking to go granular and make some business data standardised and machine-readable at the transaction level. Part of a wider scheme called the Internet of Business (IoB), the project will use XBRL to standardise financial transactional data. The standard will be adapted to fit […]
There is increasing interest in granular data from financial regulators around the world. This means moving thousands of facts around – for example, dealing with transaction data within enterprises. To make sure this data remains meaningful and efficient standards need to provide new ways to exchange information. At Data Amplified 2019 Michal Piechocki, Member of […]
The XBRL Standards Board has approved the publication of a Candidate Recommendation of the new xBRL-CSV specification.
There is increasing interest in granular data from financial regulators worldwide. There is also an increasing use of structured data using XBRL taxonomies within very large data collections, including inside enterprises. Combined, these new developments mean that our standards need to provide new ways to exchange information in highly efficient ways.
Recently we updated readers on the progress of the Open Information Model (OIM)– which is well on its way to Recommendation status. But what will the OIM actually mean?
The OIM is central to the modernisation and simplification of the XBRL standard. Although XBRL is used extensively all over the world, allowing rich, structured data to be captured and used by businesses and regulators, the standard’s XML syntax is not always convenient and it often isn’t simple.