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SAGE iXBRL Portfolio Update

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XBRL Ireland Open day , Dublin 22 Nov 2010

XBRL Ireland Open day , Dublin 22 Nov 2010

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  • 1. The iXBRL Portfolio Accounts Production
  • 2. 2 Sage’s XBRL / iXBRL Roadmap Topic The Sage Approach to XBRL Overview of development methodology and progress Demonstration of Page Production and export to XBRL Q & A
  • 3. Sage’s Approach to iXBRL 3 • To reduce the level of effort required by accountants down to the click of a few buttons • Sage’s iXBRL solution will come as a module to the existing Sage Accounts Production offering • The iXBRL solution will incorporate a significant reengineering of Sage Accounts Production which will see the generation of financial statement move from the current “Pages” section to a new module - Interactive Financial Statement (IFS) • The IFS interface is designed to be user friendly and is presented in a word/excel like interface
  • 4. Exactly what will I be required to do? 4 1. Download the IFS/iXBRL module from the Sage website or run from a CD 2. Run the mapping wizard: - The mapping wizard will map the existing chart of accounts to IFS - Where the chart of accounts has been altered, the mapping wizard will allow the user to manually map any remaining nominals 3. Prepare the financial statements from the client’s trial balance as normal in Sage Accounts Production 4. To view the financial statement - instead of clicking pages, simply click IFS 5. The financial statements are generated, with the iXBRL tagging in the background 6. Show iXBRL facility 7. Click submit button
  • 5. IFS and iXBRL 5 • Fully configurable and customisable financial statements allow the user to make changes without the need to export to any other application • HMRC may eventually require financial statements to be fully tagged as opposed to partially tagged – the 1st April 2011 deadline. • IFS natively supports iXBRL and XBRL from the ground up and will allow fully tagged accounts to be produced from initial release • Our goal at Sage is to limit the impact on how you create a set of financial statements.
  • 6. Sage Accounts Production IFS Editor Final Accounts Produced AP Products IFS Viewer iXBRL File Generation User Experience Our Approach Maintains current investment and understanding
  • 7. Sage Accounts Production Benefits of the IFS • Error Report – Errors Warnings and Advice • Report Pads – User Defined Items • Drill Down – Greater functionality on the face • Styles – Greater influence over style
  • 8. Component Parts The Interactive Financial Statements – Component parts – The Mapping Wizard – The Styles Editor – The Compliance Editor – The Viewer 8
  • 9. The Styles Editor 9
  • 10. 10 The Mapping Wizard
  • 11. Sage Accounts Production The Editor • This provides the power behind the IFS • Ability to specify your output • Without knowledge of formatting • Build your own pro-formas • Specify exactly the tabular output you wish
  • 12. The Editor
  • 13. Sage Accounts Production Viewer • For 99% of users this will be all that they use • V1 will still retain current product • Reads off a templates • Very user friendly • Set options / discl / details etc... Within the new IFS module • Drill down • Journals posting for V1 • Produce Accounts and iXBRL files
  • 14. Contact heather.hamilton@sage.com peter.hutt@sage.com 14

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