To find the best possible provider, KoneCranes invited 7 dífferent ESEF vendors to be part of their selection process and in the end, they chose ParsePort.
As with all business intelligence, data quality in XBRL is key. We all know the saying “garbage in is garbage out”. So how do we ensure data quality from the very beginning?
In this article, first published in ThinkTWENTY20 Magazine in March, Kim Eriksen, CEO of ParsePort, tells us the story behind ESEF.
Even though private businesses are in a desperate need of help, you should not worry about ParsePort.
The final release of the CRD IV 2.9.1 taxonomy has been published and this means that reports in 2020 need to be created with the 2.9.1 version. Get the full rundown of changes here.
The Solvency II taxonomy has been updated and this means that reports from reference date 31-12-2019 should be reported with taxonomy version 2.4.0.
Now that ESMA requires stock exchange companies to report in iXBRL, you might want to know what the possibilieties of Non-Numeric Data in XBRL are.
There are four reasons why Denmark is one of the leading nations within XBRL; political backup, a proactive XBRL association, the nordic model and the enthusiasts within the field.
While several European countries successfully adopted XBRL for financial statements, a new version is already lingering on the horizon. Here you’ll get the latest on iXBRL and ESEF.