One misplaced symbol almost threw a wrench in Finnish Kesla Oyj’s ESEF publishing, but one persistent ParsePort employee corrected the mistake in time.
Today the ParsePort XBRL Inspector, which is already the go to ESEF validator for many auditors, becomes free to use for all auditors auditing public listed companies in Europe.
On February 26, 2021, the finance team at Teleperformance wrote history, when they became the first company to publish in ESEF in France.
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Patentus geared up their reporting process with tools from ParsePort and were among the first Polish companies to receive a positive ESEF validation from KNF.
Danish companies like Novozymes are already carrying out dual taxonomy reporting in iXBRL, are you ready for dual taxonomy reporting?
Boozt.com didn’t want to make their reporting process more complicated than necessary, and now they won’t have to.
“It is quite clear that ParsePort is on an exciting journey, and I believe that the journey is tied to the career development of everyone who works here. ParsePort is growing rapidly.
“I majored in French at the University of Copenhagen, so I don’t think it was a given that I would end up with an SaaS company developing software for financial reporting” Karen Sofie, Account Manager
KPMG approached ParsePort and asked if we could come up with a solution to meet the needs of their auditors on both mapping, conversion, and inspection tasks.