No more unexpected rejections for your filings
Data validation shouldn't eat up your time
Now you can ensure the quality of data in your reports without having to wait hours for another validation to be finished – double-checking your largest XBRL files will take minutes.
You deserve knowing what to correct and where
Correcting validation errors shouldn't feel like solving conundrums – your data validation results should show an exhaustive list of errors and give you a clear idea how to fix them.
There's a way to mitigate your risks
Reduce the risk of rejections, missed deadlines, or fines – use a data validation tool that applies the same validation method that works at the regulator's submission gateway.
Get a reliable tool to validate your XBRL reports
A powerful validation engine
ATOME Particles runs about 25k automated data validations while you brew a cup of coffee.
- Check reports for XBRL and business validation rules.
- Disable seperate validation rules that apply to data that you don't have to report.
Use reporting indicators
Have a clear picture and visibility of what data you need to submit and get notified if your report is missing it.
- Indicate which tables of the report are supposed to be filled in your report metadata.
- Meet the requirement of providing the "yes/no" filing indicators for every table in your report.
Quickly identify data errors
See what data points cause validation failures and what rules they don't meet.
- Erroneous cells are highlighted in the tables.
- Failed validation rules for erroneous cells are explained in Excel-like formulas.
- The error messages formulated the way regulator defined.
Have the right taxonomy at hand
Access latest taxonomy versions early and test reports against new rules long before the submission period starts.
- New versions of taxonomies are added to the list in one click.
- Old taxonomy versions remain available to support resubmissions.
Augment the existing reporting proccess
Import reporting data from visual Excel (visual or technical in the form of Data Point List), XBRL and be able to extract information even from a damaged XBRL file.
- Validate data sourced from different formats.
- Export data to a valid XBRL instance.
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