ParsePort XBRL Inspector

The ParsePort XBRL Inspector is an XBRL reader, which means it gives you the ability to read XBRL and iXBRL files prepared in ESEF, CRDIV and Solvency II taxonomies. 

You can access the ParsePort Inspector either through Excel as an add-in or through a standalone portal. 

The XBRL Inspector is the right choice, if you need to review or audit XBRL or iXBRL files destined for ESMA, EBA or EIOPA.

The Benefits of an XBRL Reader

With the ParsePort XBRL Inspector you can review, analyze, audit and otherwise consume both XBRL and iXBRL reports in the most intuitive way possible. We are constantly improving the features of the ParsePort XBRL Inspector, so you always have access to the best reader on the market.

You can use the XBRL reader either as an add-in to your Excel application, through our online portal or you can choose to integrate the different functions into your own workflow by using our XBRL API.

What You Get With an XBRL Reader

Instant Validation

Reports are automatically validated on import into the ParsePort XBRL Inspector.

Choose Your Platform

You get the ability to work with a dedicated portal or handle the inspection directly in Excel – the choice is yours

Generate Lists

You can generate fact lists which lets you quickly see each individual XBRL element used in the report.

One XBRL Reader for All Taxonomies

You get an XBRL review and consumption software which works with all taxonomies

Certified XBRL Reader

The ParsePort XBRL Inspector has been certified as review and consumption software by XBRL International.

Free Support

Our XBRL Inspector is top of the line, which is why we're confident enough to offer free support.

Frequently Asked Questions About Our XBRL Reader

How long does it take to import an XBRL file?

It depends on the complexity of your file, but it usually happens within just a few seconds.

What if I want to import an XBRL file into my own database?

If you want to do this, you can contact us regarding information on our XBRL API product, and we will be more than happy to help you set this up.

How do I ensure that the XBRL file remains unaltered after creation?

We add a “hash key” to your file, which is a unique ID given to the XBRL file. The software that created the XBRL file does the same – and if the files remain unaltered, the IDs match.