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Invitation to Attend XBRL Update: Financial Professionals Guide to Surviving XBRL


May 31, 2012

Please join Joseph Howell and me as we lead Executive Enterprise Institute's (EEI's) "XBRL Update: Financial Professionals Guide to Surviving XBRL." Through a series of interactive presentations and exercises that accommodate a variety of learning styles, this course will help you take in both its larger picture as well as practical details of XBRL.

The following topics will be covered:

  • What every financial professional needs to know about XBRL
  • How to master the basics of XBRL
  • How to read and understand XBRL filings
  • How to say what you mean in XBRL
  • How to produce quality XBRL filings
  • How to prepare for a future with XBRL

In addition you can extend your learning with EEI's Public Filers Symposium (June 20-21) immediately preceding our XBRL update. Public filers should find this symposium beneficial, bringing together industry leaders with subject matter experts for first rate insights on FASB and SEC's reporting and disclosure requirements. Executive Enterprises has authorized us to extend a 20 percent discount (UP TO $639 IN SAVINGS) off the registration fee.

To receive the discount, you must mention discount code WEB1 at the time of registration. Call Executive Enterprise Institute's customer service department at 877.334.4273. We hope to see you in Las Vegas on June 22, 2012.

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Senior Director of Digital Reporting Strategy

About the Author

Dean Ritz is a subject matter expert in information modeling with over three decades of experience in various data-dominated domains, including artificial intelligence, expert systems, object-oriented programming, and most recently the modeling of financial information. As a Senior Director at Workiva, he applies his expertise to product strategy for collaborative work management and the management of the company’s expanding patent portfolio. His interests extend to the topics of rhetoric and ethics, with scholarly work in these areas published by Oxford University Press (2011, 2009, 2007), and Routledge (2017).

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