Software AG, which specialises in modernising business-critical systems and integrating information, has developed a platform that helps organisations to generate reports faster, more simply and at a lower cost, for both internal and external use. To develop the platform, Software AG based itself on Internet technology and XBRL (eXtensible Business Reporting Language), an open technology standard. Software AG will introduce a test version of its Digital Reporting Platform at the 10th Annual XBRL International Conference to be held from 15th to 19th November in Brussels.
Using Software AGs Digital Reporting Platform (DRP), organisations can implement applications for XBRL baded business reporting up to three times faster than if they were to develop them themselves. "DRP is the first solution that manages to conceal the complexity of the XBRL standard," states Peter Stamps, Director of the XBRL Business Unit at Software AG. "We are currently talking to some major system integrators that want to use our DRP to create XBRL systems for their customers. Our platform gives them a technical edge and enables them to focus on the business aspects of XBRL implementations."
XBRL is an electronic format that has been developed based on XML (eXtensible Markup Language). XML, a standard which simplifies the exchange of documents and data, is supported by Software AG in all of its services and software. "Since 1998 we have carved out an exceptional reputation as a pioneer in XML technology," says Thomas Zanzinger, general manager of Software AG Belux. "The launch of DRP will enhance that reputation even further."
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