WebFilings Releases "XBRL: There's No Substitute for Experience" White Paper

June 2, 2011
In 2009, the 500 largest U.S. public companies filed their financial statements in XBRL for the first time. A year later, all companies with a public float of more than $700 million were added to the XBRL reporting mix. This summer, the third and final XBRL rollout phase will impact between 7,000 and 8,000 public companies with a public float of less than $75 million. With Phase 3 companies gearing up to file their SEC reports in XBRL for the first time, WebFilings has released, “XBRL: There's No Substitute for Experience,” a new white paper specifically offering guidance to companies filing Year 1 and Year 2 XBRL. In this XBRL white paper, Dean Ritz, Director of XBRL Solutions at WebFilings, shares the keys to getting Year 1 XBRL right, as well as insights for companies gearing up for Year 2 XBRL. Download the complementary "XBRL: There's No Substitute for Experience" white paper or access other white papers and business briefs brought to you by WebFilings.
Mike Sellberg

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Mike Sellberg is Executive Vice President and Chief Product Officer at Workiva. He is the former EVP and CTO at iMed Studios and the former Divisional General Manager at Engineering Animation, Inc.