New regulations are unveiling themselves and starting from 2020 listed companies in the EU will have to report their annual reports in iXBRL. What does this mean for your organisation? Corporations that already work with CCH Tagetik must undoubtedly have heard about the very sophisticated iXBRL tagging methods presented in the new CCH Tagetik iXBRL add-on, which is powered by Core Filing.
This short unboxing video takes about fifteen minutes. Two of our CCH Tagetik experts will dive into the material and discuss the news and developments surrounding this topic.
In this unboxing video, we will unbox the mysteries surrounding iXBRL and discuss topics such as:
- First, what is iXBRL reporting?
- What is the difference between iXBRL and XBRL?
- What are the requirements for iXBRL reporting?
- How does CCH Tagetik approach this topic?
- What other options are there in the market?
- What do we need to do to get started?
This unboxing video should be interesting for professionals from the finance community who are working for listed companies that are using CCH Tagetik.
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