Oracle Enterprise Performance Reporting Cloud
Disclosure Management in Oracle Enterprise Performance Reporting Cloud helps you create and edit graphically the Extensible Business Reporting Language (XBRL(c)) tagged submissions to a regulatory agency (for example, a 10K or 10Q submitted to the SEC). You can assemble financial statements, supporting schedules, and commentaries—which may exist in Microsoft Excel, or Word—and map to and deliver the content in XBRL, EDGAR, PDF, or HTML formats. Additionally, Disclosure Management lets customers modify or extend taxonomies before the mapping process, and also use multiple taxonomies. The key purpose of the product is to centralize and manage the critical documents needed in the close cycle to significantly reduce the risk of an inaccurate disclosure. Disclosure Management offers a complete XBRL creation and management solution with the following functionality:
* Enterprise-level XBRL mapping via drag-and-drop tagging in Microsoft Office using Oracle Smart View for Office.
* XBRL Taxonomy management, editing, and viewing. Taxonomy management includes extensions to taxonomies, which enables companies to customize their filings for their financial needs. Updated taxonomies can be used against existing maps.
* Instance document validation, generation, and viewing
* Document management, such as check out and check in
* Document publication in EDGAR HTML, XBRL, Microsoft Word, and PDF XBRL reporting functionality is provided to licensed users of Disclosure Management for Oracle Enterprise Performance Reporting Cloud, an optional licensed feature for Oracle Enterprise Performance Reporting Cloud.
- Instance Document Creation
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