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Rivet’s Crossfire simplifies financial reporting. It was created by accountants for accountants to automate and improve the creation, exchange, presentation, and consumption of financial information. Crossfire improves document management, analytics and quality assurance; it incorporates data connectors that link directly to GL or ERP systems, as well as offering SEC filing in all formats. Tour Crossfire today for easier financial reporting.
It’s important to keep up-to-date on what’s happening in the industry and how it will affect you and your organization. Rivet built the rendering engine that allows XBRL-based financial reports to be viewed on the SEC website and consults with in various industry groups, such as the Taxonomy Advisory Group and XBRL US Best Practices Committee. We’ve also created and delivered hundreds of hours of NASBA-approved CPE courses and continually strive to educate the market on technology and accounting best practices. Rely on Rivet to keep you in the know.
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XBRL US is Devoted to QualityJuly 29, 2014
XBRL US recently launched a web page focused on XBRL education and how filers can improve the quality of their filings. The new site has three major sections: 1.) Tools - checks your filing against XBRL US’s rules, including recent filing errors, summarizing total errors: 2.) Data quality..Read More
Who is Using XBRL? – Hopefully You after Reading this Blog:July 17, 2014
Five years after the SEC’s mandate for digitally formatted financials, I still hear industry players say that there are not a lot of XBRL data users. I don’t believe that is true. I recently taught a class at Regis University in Denver, Colorado on XBRL and Financial Reporting. We spent a whole day looking at tools that we know consume XBRL. My students informed me they would use these tools for the rest of their careers – smart students if I do say so myself. They also stated that they w..Read More
The Juicy History of Barcodes and XBRLJuly 14, 2014
The adoption of new technologies and global standards continues to take less time. I often explain the adoption of XBRL the same way I explain the adoption of the modern barcodes. A History of Modern Barcodes (http://www.adams1.com/history.html): 1932 Students at Wallace Flint created a punch card system to pull corresponding merchandise at check out from a catalog; the system then pulled the merchan..Read More