Customer Success Stories
Each journey towards ESEF compliance has its own twists and turns, but many of the challenges faced by modern companies are very similar. Below you will find a selection of stories detailing the process towards ESEF compliance as experienced by some of our customers.
In March of 2021 Belgian listed company WDP (Warehouses De Pauw) became one of the very first companies to submit their annual financial report in ESEF in Belgium.
In the end of 2020, the potential delay of the ESEF requirement caused companies to hold off on getting ready for ESEF in the hopes that they could wait until next year.
European Reliance chose to get a head start on their reporting, and they are now 100% ready to publish in ESEF.
Kofola ČeskoSlovensko a.s. was among the first Czech companies to publish their annual financial report in ESEF.
30 years ago, Kulcs-Soft started as a small entrepreneurship, and today they were one of the first companies to publish in ESEF in Hungary.
One misplaced symbol almost threw a wrench in Finnish Kesla Oyj’s ESEF publishing, but one persistent ParsePort employee corrected the mistake in time.
On February 26, 2021, the finance team at Teleperformance wrote history, when they became the first company to publish in ESEF in France.
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.
Boozt.com didn’t want to make their reporting process more complicated than necessary, and now they won’t have to.
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.
Eight time EPRA Gold Award-Winner, Leasinvest, chose ParsePort to handle their ESEF reporting, find out why in this case story.
JENSEN-GROUP Washed Away Their ESEF Worries by Choosing iXBRL from ParsePort With sales and service centers in 22 countries and manufacturing facilities on three different
Why cBrain Chose ParsePort to Handle Their ESEF-Reporting In 2014 it became mandatory for public listed companies in Denmark to file their annual reports in