XBRL Tagging

Meet SEC disclosure requirements, stay visible and stress less knowing
EA has all your XBRL needs covered.


At EA, we produce & review all XBRL tagging in-house and provide expert support.


By leveraging XBRL, companies gain control of their own internal reporting procedures and streamline the reporting process to the SEC.


XBRL data is quickly becoming the single source of data for third-party investment sites. It improves the flow of your business and financial information to the investing community.


Detailed XBRL data information improves transparency in business and financial reporting, resulting in improved financial reporting to investors and analysts that can be easily searched, downloaded and analyzed by the public.


Enhanced Viewer: Enjoy an improved viewing experience with advanced features and user-friendly interface.

Commenting & Approvals: Seamlessly collaborate with others by adding comments and obtaining approvals within the platform.
Compare: Effortlessly compare different versions of documents for easy analysis and review.
Customized XBRL Reports: Tailor your XBRL reports to meet your specific needs and requirements.
Taxonomy Research: Conduct in-depth research with access to comprehensive taxonomy data.
Validation: Ensure accuracy and compliance through powerful validation tools built into the platform.
Version Control: Keep track of document revisions and maintain control over changes with our version control capabilities.


XBRL applies specific data tags to financial taxonomies in the exhibits section of periodic and current reports, registration reports and transition reports, based on a set of rules created by the SEC.

It is an SEC requirement to convert financial data into XBRL format to allow investors, financial institutions, analysts, and regulators who rely on financial data to compare and analyze public companies faster and more efficiently.

Tagging financial data makes it easier for people or companies who use the data regularly, such as analysts and investors, to identify specific financial information from a document. Adding definitions or tags to items such as descriptions, units and currencies from the Balance Sheets, Income Statements, Cash Flow Statements, Shareholder’s Equity and accompanying notes, facilitates company comparisons and makes analytical facts and figures easier to locate.