Our web-based XBRL portal is the solution for integrated XBRL reporting. The AMANA XBRL Portal is a web application for creation, managing, visualising and analysis of XBRL filings. The integrated AMANA XBRL engine can use any taxonomy directly in the software and comply with any XBRL standard. The generic approach ensures that new taxonomies are supported without additional effort. The browser-based cloud solution allows XBRL instance creation worldwide without any extra installation of the software. Create an XBRL report for free - AMANA XBRL Portal!
Benefits with the AMANA XBRL Portal
XBRL certified software
Compliance with any XBRL taxonomies
Fast application of taxonomie without modification the software
Visualization and input in the familiar Excel environment
XBRL portal for all sectors
Provision of the iXBRL-Tagger for the requirements ESEF, SEC IFRS, HGB, CIPC, SBR and source formats - Word, InDesign, PDF, XHTML
Word-to-eBanz (Federal Gazette)-converter and to-inDesign-converter
CRD VI: FINREP & COREP (incl. large exposure) - Create and validate messages (incl. cross-framework)
100% validation rules of the supervisory authorities (Federal bank, FCA, ECB, EBA etc.) easy to understand
Convert Liablility Data Report (LDR) and MREL via Excel (SRB)
MIFID/MIFIR Excel to transaction message converter
AnaCredit Excel to SDMX/XML converter
Solvency II QRT Reporting
Validation rules of EIOPA and BaFin incl. Filing Rules
Direct dispatch via MVP portal to BaFin
Management of XBRL reports
Web service interfaces and integrated BI databases
Custom validation rules
Key performance indicators
Simple Excel-to-XBRL-converter from templates
Validation rules of EIOPA and BaFIN
Excel-to-XML-converter for small detectors
Very low costs for small industries
C# or Web Service API for integration into existing software
All specifications are implemented and officialy certified
Rapid validation of large XBRL instances with multi-threading
Moderate memory consumption
Features of the AMANA XBRL Portal
Generation of XBRL instances based on current and historical taxonomies
AMANA certified engine ensures compliance with official XBRL standards and support for new taxonomies without additional programming effort
Tracking every change with the full audit trail
Creation of own "Custom Validation Rules" in pre-quality-checks
Direct visualization in the Excel template
Data input via Excel-like web editor or upload of filled visualizations
Upload from existing XBRL instances
Convenient message forwarding of XBRL messages to BaFin
Data import from numerous sources - SimCorp Dimension, SAP BW, Excel, CSV, LucaNet, etc.
Compliance with the File Naming Conventions required by EBA/EIOPA
Flexible taxonomy management - easy adding of taxonomies via the AMANA taxonomy cache
Flexible user management with differentiated role allocation
Automatic export to associated SQL Server databases
Multi-User-Mode - parallel processing of an XBRL message
Complete mapping of the internal workflow
Differentiated entity management
Financial Market Authority Liechtenstein
Financial Market Authority Liechtenstein uses the XBRL Portal to manage and analyse XBRL filings for around 50 Liechtenstein banks and insurance companies.
The Portal is used for filing, validation, visualisation and submission of XBRL instances to European regulators EIOPA and EBA.
HUK-COBURG and Stuttgarter Versicherung
Both insurance companies are using the XBRL Portal to generate their Solvency II QRT reports.
To facilitate the import of data from existing systems HUK COBURG uses a file upload to use data from IBM’s financial reporting tool TM1, while the Stuttgarter Versicherung imports data from SAP BW via RFC interface. All datapoints are be automatically mapped to the QRTs and validated according to the EIOPA taxonomy.
The XBRL Portal can easily import new EIOPA taxonomies with the click of a button. Because of its generic approach no new tool version is required. The Portal reads all reporting templates and validations rules (DPM) automatically from any taxonomy. The Stuttgarter Versicherung uses the XBRL Portal in the Cloud, while HUK COBURG decided to run the application on premise on their own server infrastructure.
QRT filings generated by HUK Coburg AG and Stuttgarter Versicherung were the first valid XBRL instances in Germany to be submitted to BaFin.
The XBRL Portal is used by many other banking and insurance companies around Europe, including: