New York (Aug. 6, 2003) – XBRL - the Internet-based programming code for business reports – is likely to used in most accounting software by the end of 2004, according to a recent study from XBRL-US and the American Institute of CPAs.
The XBRL Software Vendor Survey shows that two-thirds of accounting software vendors have either XBRL-enabled at least one accounting software package or will do so by December 2004.
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