XBRL on the rise

October 2003
Practical Accountant;Oct2003, Vol. 36 Issue 10, p19
Trade Publication
Reports that the preference of accounting software vendors in the U.S. for extensible business reporting language (XBRL) software. Percentage of accounting software vendors expected to be XBRL-enabled by December 2004; Details of vendors preferring XBRL software; Assertion of accounting software vendors that the demand for XBRL functionality within accounting software is on the rise as of October 23, 2003.


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