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Extensible Enumeration Specification

Hi every body, long time no post (again). It’s rainy on Jakarta. Hemn, lets talk about Extensible Enumeration. This is a new specification which have ‘recommendation’ status last year, on October 30, 2014. 198 more words


XBRL study reveals fees are not oppressive for emerging growth companies

Nothing about this study surprised Team Vintage. We’ve delivered intelligent value to our clients since the initiation of XBRL. It has NOT been easy – as the SEC mandate (hopes & desires) was a little ahead of the technology… however the reporting industry is all caught up. 261 more words


The 2015 Fintech Headline "RIP Bitcoin and XBRL, Incumbency Wins"

I promised myself no New Year prognostication posts, but I could not resist this one.

There is too much gloomy Eeyore talk about disruptive innovation. 556 more words


Motif Investing And The Low Cost Active Alpha Space

The general Fintech category of Personal Financial Management (PFM) has two main sub categories:

  • Tools to help you save and spend smarter. This as the personal P&L.
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Asset Management

Corporate Services Segment Study - Part 4

Many offshore service centers are beginning to realize the importance of rigorous and structured training for their graduate hires as a way to alleviate the skills gaps of these graduates resulting from outdated curricular content and methods in our local universities. 172 more words

Offshoring To The Philippines

We need to #SaveXBRL from being overturned

In the wake of the financial crisis in 2008, the US Government mandated machine-readable financial reports via XBRL.

That was a wonderfully progressive move that could dramatically change the efficiency and reliability of the capital markets by bringing financial reporting into the 21st century. 1,129 more words

Asset Management

Continuous AssuMining

… Where the process mining for overall assurance, as e.g., @ConeyDataDriven do so well, may spill over into straightforward data point assurance. Of sorts.
Because, when one has visual petri nets (well… sort of) at the transactions level(s) all through the systems, wouldn’t it be dead easy to have tallies at stores and flows, that can be reported on – and when audited in real time, given assurance on! 172 more words

Innovation (technologicallly Driven)