The XBRL Standards Board (XSB) has finalised and published as a Recommendation, the errata release of the XBRL Open Information Model (OIM) specifications.
We are pleased to announce that Visma Connect’s Visma XBRLValidPro has passed the XBRL software certification process.
This week saw FASB Chair Rich Jones sit down with XBRL International Chair Wes Bricker at a FASB Webinar on Digital Reporting. Diving into data quality, Inline XBRL assurance, and the impact of AI on both digital reporting and the accounting profession, this was a wide ranging discussion.
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?
Following the publication of the Calculations 1.1 specification as an XBRL Recommendation last month, the XBRL International Best Practices Board this week approved new guidance on optimal processes for adopting Calculations 1.1.
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 the XBRL International Board of Directors voted unanimously to finalise the Calculations 1.1 Specification and move it to Recommendation status.
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.
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