Thousands of companies will implement detail tagging in their XBRL filings for the first time in 2012. The addition of so many new detail taggers will put additional demands on XBRL implementation resources that are already stretch thin. An early start and advanced planning is needed to ensure that XBRL formatted SEC filings are completed on time and in a high quality manner.
As U.S. SEC registrants implement the SEC’s interactive data (XBRL) filing requirements, they are learning that detail tagging footnotes is a more exhaustive and time-intensive process than expected. Additional compliance complexities arise as leading practices, core technologies and service provider procedures continue to evolve during the busiest XBRL compliance cycle yet. In this session you’ll learn how to manage a high quality XBRL compliance program.
After completing this webinart you will understand:
•Strategies for managing third party XBRL service providers
•What to consider when bringing XBRL compliance in house
•How to mitigate the risk of detail tagging complexities
•Leading practices for producing high quality XBRL filings
Eligible for 1 CPE
Integrating XBRL into your financial reporting process
Now that the SEC has instituted a phased approach for interactive data submissions, it’s not a question of “if”, but rather “when” XBRL will need to be integrated into your financial reporting process. Tagging at the data source level can be the key to reducing mapping maintenance and integrating XBRL.
This must-attend webcast will provide valuable insights into how Oracle Hyperion Disclosure Management (DM) can automate and simplify external reporting gathering disclosures and financial information in order to more easily deliver XBRL and statutory filings. You will learn how DM eliminates the manual creation of statutory filings and enables self-service XBRL reporting.
After attending this 60-minute webinar, you will be able to:
•Describe the role of business performance management in the extended financial close process.
•Apply the principal techniques and processes of XBRL using disclosure management.
•List the steps required to prepare data for financial statements with financial reporting, Smart View and Microsoft Office
This session is eligible for 1 CPE Credit
Globalization, sovereign debt, political and social risk, health care reform, Dodd-Frank, cloud computing, social networking, Web 2.0, XBRL, big data … .These are among the many forces that will impact the finance function over the next several years. These forces can create chaos -- or provide visionary leaders with a once-in-a-life time opportunity to re-charge the industry.reate their finance function.
This session will provide a vision and practical approach to harness these forces , in practical ways, to streamline the production of accounting data, manage risk and drive enterprise value creation.
After participating in this webinar, you'll be able to:
•Define the most impactful trends affecting the finance function over the next 8 – 10 years
•Identify the critical initiatives enabling the finance function to capitalize on these developments
•Describe the key components of an analytic ecosystem that enables partnership between finance and business stakeholders and delivers high-value insight
To get a 360-degree view of what’s driving your business today, you must face data volume, velocity and variety using Business Intelligence and Big Data solutions. In order to be effective, these solutions must incorporate information from unstructured and semi-structured sources like external reports, PDF files, EDI streams, Log files, XBRL sources and a host of other data types that form today’s information potpourri.
Join this webinar to learn how to gain insight quickly from diverse information sources using Datawatch and communicate findings visually. Tune into our webcast to learn how Datawatch can help you add variety to your BI and Big Data solutions so you can get the whole story from your data.
Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) is re-emerging as one of the most important components in the success of any company, the key to the integration of silos and the glue between the business and IT. Corporations, particularly those dealing with multiple jurisdictions, are facing an increasing number of regulations and internal policy requirements. To deliver a holistic view and manage performance, integrate departmental risk models and compliance needs, and understand the impact on company goals and strategy, a standards-based approach is a must-have.
The GRC-XML working group is developing a standard and common language for the representation, sharing, and processing of governance, risk, and compliance information through the establishment of GRC Taxonomy based on XBRL and XBRL GL. The need for a common controls and risk language is present within a single organization as well as between an organization and its external auditors, government regulators, industry associations, and business partners. The market encompasses a broad spectrum of unique systems and solutions to address all aspects of an organization including its people, facilities, IT infrastructure, business applications, corporate responsibilities, legal, regulatory and financial obligations. One of the goals of the GRC-XML program is to enable these disparate systems to share and leverage information efficiently without compromising accuracy and functionality.
In this webinar, we will address the issue of GRC and current trends and developments in the marketplace. We will provide an overview of GRC-XML and introduce some key use case scenarios to address GRC challenges, particularly in information technology (IT GRC) and enterprise integration. We will discuss the use of GRC-XML in Cloud Computing and the current effort extending GRC-XML to support Solvency II.
The current economic climate cries out for technology standards at the core of information management. This round of financial losses are the result of weak governance and risk management failure. We’ve seen such tragedy before and we are in danger of repeating these mistakes. The time has come for the methods that help manage risks and enforce corporate policies to exploit a common software language (XML). In these challenging times, the critical work on common risk and compliance definitions for software is poised to bear fruit. This session will focus on the progress in XML for Governance, Risk and Compliance management and its potential for lowering costs and increasing process efficiency in every organization.Read more >