We are delighted to announce that software products from Reportix GmBH have gained XBRL Certified Software status for the xBRL-JSON and xBRL-CSV modules, indicating that they are able to handle these newer XBRL formats.
Last week’s item demonstrating the way that US FFIEC reports (published in XBRL) can be consumed and analysed got a lot of attention. But how is it done?
The XBRL Standards Board has approved the publication of a Proposed Edited Recommendation of the Open Information Model suite of specifications, which includes the new xBRL-CSV and xBRL-JSON formats.
This week XBRL International published new best practice guidance to help XBRL users select the most appropriate of the four formats to fit their needs. The guidance is aimed at data collectors, solution architects, and anyone looking to understand the differences between the XBRL formats.
Should the ‘X’ in ‘XBRL’ be capitalised? How do different terms relate to different specifications and formats? And what do we mean by xBRL-XML? These are questions we are sometimes asked, so we thought it was time for a quick clarification. For more on essential XBRL-related terms, the XBRL Glossary is also an indispensable resource. […]
At this week’s 30th XBRL Europe Conference in Paris, our Technical Director, Paul Warren, gave an update on current technical activities within XBRL International.
XBRL International is delighted to announce the certification of several software products for use with the xBRL-CSV and xBRL-JSON formats, providing a range of options for end users.
We’ve been diving into the analytical possibilities offered by digital environmental, social and governance (ESG) reporting in recent days.
This year we celebrated new ways to use the XBRL standard, with xBRL-JSON and xBRL-CSV reaching final recommendation status in October as part of our new suite of specifications. xBRL-CSV is ideally suited for collecting huge quantities of granular data, making it an exciting tool for today’s regulators, while xBRL-JSON is designed to simplify analysis and make XBRL data easy to use.