Diane Mueller

Diane Mueller

Diane Mueller is VP, XBRL Development at Justsystems Canada. She has been designing and implementing products and applications embedded into mission critical financial and accounting systems at F500 corporations for over 20 years. Diane has been actively involved in development efforts of XBRL standard for the past 9 years. She serves on both the XBRL International Steering Committee and the Best Practices Board, chairing the software interoperability working group and the XBRL Rendering Technical Working Group, as well as an active member of the RIXML.org working group.

In addition, she is the host and editor of XBRLSpy.org and a half dozen other drupal-based sites that allow her to pontificate on her interests ranging from geocaching, her pugs, and the Pacific Northwest she calls home.

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XBRL and Document Management: The Perfect Storm

February 27 2009

How can you turn the U.S. SEC eXtensible Business Reporting Language (XBRL) mandate's requirements into an opportunity when making process improvements to comply? Implement an XBRL-enhanced document management strategy as part of your internal corporate filing workflow which will both... read more

Will Obama's Technology Push Extend to Financial Regulators?

January 16 2009

Obama's technology-savvy election team worked very effectively to leverage a new world order of YouTube, social networking, and blogging tools to promote his agenda, connect with a nation of voters, and raise campaign funds. But does he really know what... read more

To Render or Not to Render XBRL

September 26 2008

Publicly-traded companies spend enormous energies, resources, and dollars to get their financial reports out the door, only to see them pop up on the portal in simplified formats that don't tell the story accurately. So getting the 'canonical' rendering into the hands of the consuming stakeholders is an important aspect… read more

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