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XCS™ for India MCA filings

IRIS leverages its extensive experience in generating XBRL documents for companies across the globe to effortlessly meet MCA XBRL filing requirements. IRIS with its extensive experience in developing XBRL taxonomies for ICAI, RBI, SEBI as well as MCA and a strong team of over 300 XBRL experts, powered by state of the art proprietary XBRL authoring tools, we offer the perfect turnkey XBRL document creation solution. From 2011 onwards, XCS has been the choice for more than 375 corporate and its subsidiaries.


IRIS document creation process follows the global delivery model across geographies with a strong emphasis on client confidentiality and information security leveraging its global expertise, understanding of the various taxonomies and client specific needs. IRIS is one of the few companies having full spectrum of capabilities to meet client requirements based on its strategy be it outsourcing, doing the conversion in house or automating the XBRL reporting process.  IRIS offers a range of MCA focused XBRL solutions including web-based   & desktop-based applications; XBRL authoring tool; Spreadsheet Plug-in , End to End Financial Reporting and Training.

Click here for all IRIS solutions for India MCA Filings.

  • iFile Lite

    Create MCA compliant XBRL documents using a plug-in based on the most widely used spreadsheet application MS Excel.

  • IRIS Proton™

    IRIS Proton is a state-of-the-art tool for XBRL authoring and validation equipped with the flexibility to accept input data from unstructured, semi-structured or structured files.

TESTIMONIALS

  • We worked with IRIS for 2 years and have had an excellent experience. All our queries and suggestions were well accepted. Keep it going.

    Shreya Arora, Polar Industries Limited
  • iFile Lite is a good interface and user friendly.

    Vinay Patni, Reliance Infrastructure Limited
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  • The SEC that was only focused on gathering data for so many years is now concentrating on the quality of data that is being collected. A lack of XBRL knowledge on the filers’ part just doesn’t cut it anymore as a reason to submit incorrect information. What can CFOs do to be in command of their XBRL filing?

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