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Where it all Started …. He quickly realised that XML in itself was not sufficient and that an extra 'layer' was required to allow business users to develop the semantic information around the data elements. He also began to standard business reporting taxonomy of humans his ideas with colleagues and friends.
UBmatrix was established in by many of the leading players in the development and use of the new standard, including Charlie Hoffman, Herm Fisher and Frederic Chapus.
In Novemberapproximately people went to see what the excitement was all about at the 10th XBRL International conference in Brussels.
The Bank of Spain and Banque de France were among the audience. In many ways this was the first time that the vision of a global community working together on the common problem of how to improve the world of business reporting was seen in action.
The Technology Adoption Curve XBRL, like most communication technology, followed a slow and long gestation period and then a rapid increase in take-up as the number of players using the technology grows exponentially.
Among the notable projects were: The Dutch SBR Project The Dutch government wanted to make it easier for Dutch businesses to report financial information for corporate taxes, annual accounts and statistics purposes. Their aim was to lower the cost of collection and to ensure that the data was made available in a usable format.
After some teething problems, the benefits of XBRL were generally accepted and the initiative emerged into what was called the Standard Business Reporting SBR project with the goal of standardising all inter and intra government reporting.
Inthe initial U. They had seen some of the issues this had caused filers, including the additional costs and they were also facing a much greater volume of reports, in all some 1. The benefit being that the same document could be read by humans and also the data captured by systems that could extract the XBRL.
A decision that may still haunt them, when they come to analyse the data.
Belgian Tax Office The Belgian government had not made such a large fanfare about XBRL as its neighbours in the Netherlands, but the number of projects had been quietly growing.
Inthe Belgian Tax Office decided to transform their collection system. With the help of Deloitte and UBmatrix, they developed a local taxonomy that included a full range of data quality checks, plus an extensive process to check that the business rules they defined in XBRL achieved the desired outcomes.
The range of applications is also broadening to cover areas outside regulatory reporting and some firms have begun to look at how XBRL might be used internally to improve management reporting.
Both have adopted a more data oriented approach to developing a taxonomy using the Data Point methodology. Once again, these taxonomies have required that the XBRL standard be extended to include the ability to define table structures Table Linkbases and both taxonomies make heavy use of XBRL formulas.
While XBRL is a common standard, it can be seen from the above brief history that, it has been deployed in many different ways to meet the specific, local requirements. In many ways its flexibility has been its strength, but also its weakness The different approaches in Europe to those elsewhere in the world have required different tools to be developed and also different parts of the standard to be used.
UBPartner was established in Europe to focus on the specific needs of the European projects. Future In the future, we can expect to see the demands on the XBRL standard to increase as new sets of requirements emerge from new areas of application.
It may have developed in ways that are unexpected, but the focus remains strong and clear — how to improve financial reporting and the use of the data that is collected. Some other personal viewpoints on the birth of XBRL and useful links.The XML schema has been created using Standard Business Reporting (SBR) Taxonomy.
The creation of an automated method of responding to these requests from the department will require sufficient IT expertise to. Here is an exciting new approach to categorising and resolving any sort of activity "tickets", such as requests (including incidents) on a service desk, problems, or changes.
It is called Standard+Case until somebody comes up with a better name. This version of the ADS general ledger standard is an update to the general ledger standard dated entry point of XML schema file gl-pltxsd found in the subdirectory \plt\case-c-b-m-u-t of the extensible business reporting language global ledger taxonomy framework (or for Extensible Business Reporting Language Global Ledger.
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The Business Reporting Logical Model can provide the pieces which can turn the XBRL standard syntax into a business reporting protocol. I am not sure if it is all the pieces, time will tell. But I am sure XBRL alone is not enough to give business users what they need from XBRL.
Standard Classification System The primary purpose of the classification system is to facilitate the accurate collection of data so that the cost of workers' compensation insurance can be distributed as equitably as possible.