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David Haila, Senior Software Engineer and Lead XBRL Architect at WebFilings, reflects on his experience at the first annual IFRS Taxonomy Convention, including the current state and future of XBRL.

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WebFilings has successfully completed the rigorous Statement on Auditing Standards No. 70 (SAS 70) Type II audit process.

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

Tammy Whitehouse, author of the “Accounting & Auditing Update” at Compliance Week, recently wrote an article entitled, “As XBRL Evolves, Unique Tags Threaten Its Usefulness.”

Workiva supports Inline XBRL 


In this first of a white paper series, we begin to answer the question: Why is Year 2 XBRL compliance so much more difficult than Year 1 compliance?

Benefits of moving risk reporting to the cloud

Welcome Robert Herz, former Chairman of the FASB, to the WebFilings team.

Understanding the game of XBRL business validations

Dean Ritz, Director or XBRL Solutions, shares three conclusions he's reached about the task of teaching XBRL.

data security in the cloud blog

More and more companies are adopting the cloud for the first time for their SEC reporting needs. Learn why.

Understanding the game of XBRL business validations

Dean Ritz, Director for XBRL Solutions for WebFilings, comments on the ongoing changes to the US GAAP taxonomy.

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Matt Rizai, CEO of WebFilings, comments on WebFilings growth and the recent funding awarded from the State of Iowa and the Ames community.

Understanding the game of XBRL business validations

How do I get the calculation inconsistencies to go away? The innovative, integrated XBRL solution offers everything our customers need to meet the SEC reporting mandate.

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