XBRL Reader

Our XBRL Reader provides you with the ability to read XBRL files prepared for EBA or EIOPA using CRDIV or Solvency II taxonomies. You just press “Import XBRL” to review an XBRL file and validate it against both taxonomy validations and the XBRL filing rules.

The powers of our XBRL reader in combination with our XBRL Converter, makes you able to edit and re-convert the files back to XBRL after reading them. The XBRL Reader is perfect for you, if you need to review or audit XBRL files destined for EBA or EIOPA.

Why You Need an XBRL Reader

No Additional Software Needed

You won't need to install any applications, patches or updates on your computer. Our reader is brought to you as a cloud solution to ensure maximum security and minimum interference with your system.

Instant Validation

When reading an XBRL file, you have the option of instant validation. This gives you the opportunity to catch possible errors much more easily.

Instant Onboarding

The XBRL Reader lets you review XBRL files immediately, and you won't need prior knowledge or extensive training sessions. This is especially handy when you are closing in on a deadline,

Most Affordable

Because it does not contain a lot of unnecessary functions, our XBRL Reader remains one of the most price competitive products on the market.

Frequently Asked Questions

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.