XBRL COMPLIANT  

AUDITING AND ACCOUNTING PROCESSES

Join us for our upcoming webinar!  

January 26, 2021, at 10:00 AM CET

Register soon because space is limited. We hope you’re able to join us! 

ABOUT THIS EVENT

XBRL based business reports are highly technical and where they’re easily readable by machines, they’re difficult to read by people.  In your daily job, as an accountant or auditor, you’re often asked to validate and double check these reports.  In this webinar, we want to walk you through the process of validating and rendering an XBRL report using tooling.  We will do this using the xbrlOne Compliant Cloud application which will allow you to  fully understand what is in the report and what is being submitted on behalf of your client.  Using this approach (with an audit report), gives you the safety, comfortability and transparency that the business report matches and represents yours and your clients view.

MEET OUR SPEAKER!

 

Michael started in the Business intelligence market and moved towards Semantic modeling. For the last years, he has been active in the XBRL space. He was part of various kick-starting digital reporting processes and implementation using XBRL in and outside the Netherlands.

Michael also consulted and guided various projects from beginning to end while implementing XBRL into companies reporting landscape. He’s Currently the Product Manager of Semansys. He is continuously defining our products to provide standard-based software enabling financial and business reporting requirements. 

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