Fujitsu developed the SBR XBRL Processor, now licensed as XWand SBR XBRL Processor, specifically for Treasury s Standard Business Reporting (SBR) program, an initiative introduced to simplify the way businesses report to government agencies.
What does SBR stand for?
SBR stands for Standard Business Reporting
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- Business, finance, etc.
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Australia and the Netherlands have implemented Standard Business Reporting for corporate tax and business reporting requirements.
Resulting unified data can then be accessed, managed and analyzed using a common user interface or standard business reporting tools such as SAP Business Objects.
More than 100,000 lodgements have been received through the new Standard Business Reporting (SBR) system since the beginning of July, about nine times the number of lodgements for the same period in 2011.
Several international regulators and tax authorities are also using Standard Business Reporting (SBR), an XBRL taxonomy that enables businesses to generate their required reporting information directly from their financial data and transmit it to the government.
Quarterly will drive adoption with education, technology and research ROME, April 20 /PRNewswire/ -- XBRL US and Carveout HM Ltd announced today the first issue of XBRLglobal, a print journal created to support the accelerating adoption of XBRL as a standard business reporting language around the world.
Among other features in this issue, Bill Sinnett, director of Research for Financial Executives Research Foundation, and Mike Willis, a partner with PricewaterhouseCoopers, explore the growing popularity of standard business reporting.
many EU member states and others for tax, annual accounts, corporate financials, mutual funds and standard business reporting.