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Understanding the game of XBRL business validations

Learn tagging at your own pace and on your schedule. WebFilings University courses are available virtually, allowing you to improve your skills as your calendar and workload allows.


WebFilings University is a four-course online series designed to provide XBRL knowledge and experience for your filing success.


WebFilings is proud to announce the launch of our XBRL Training Program—providing support and training on XBRL to our customers. This curriculum combines all aspects of the prior WebFilings training programs and helps you work with informed confidence.

10 practical risk management facts they didn't teach in school

Discover a practical approach to choosing a disclosure management solution.

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 intera

Benefits of moving risk reporting to the cloud

Do you often wish your word processor could handle your multi-page Schedule of Assets table for your 11-K with ease? You're not alone. With the 11-K reporting season fast approaching, I've had the opportunity to meet with many of our customers who have streamlined the preparation of their 11-K with our solution.

SEC may be closer to approving the latest IFRS Taxonomy

The SEC has recently approved the 2012 version of the US-GAAP Financial Reporting Taxonomy as provided to them by the FASB at the start of this year.

XBRL—More important than ever to the SEC’s mission

Uncover the challenges of business reporting in this three-part white paper series.

3 Traits Your Reporting Specialist Should Have

To create a more efficient and streamlined SEC reporting process, our co-founders and managing directors took a new approach to the age-old problems associated with financial reporting.

managing cyber security risks

The SSAE 16 audit is the most widely recognized standard of data security, and WebFilings has successfully passed.