Invoke presented the latest features of XBRL Analyzer, the most-recent addition to the Invoke XBRL software suite, at the XBRL26 International Conference which was held in Dublin (Ireland) from the 16th to the 18th of April 2013.
Invoke partipates as a Silver Sponsor in the 26th XBRL International Conference to be held in Dublin (Ireland) on April 16-18.
Invoke is honored to have been invited by XBRL Finland to speak at the upcoming COREP/DPM seminar to be held on March 25 in Helsinki at the University of Aalto School of Economics.
After a successful Proof of Concept phase, France's largest life-insurer, CNP Assurances, has opted for Invoke's integrated software solution to meet its Solvency II Pillar 3 reporting requirements. The implementation of the project is managed by Invoke and Deloitte.
Invoke’s active involvement in AFDEL and in the wider software development community dates right back to the very early days. As a member of the Board and Chair of key working groups operating out of the Paris office, Invoke shows its full support to the launch of the French Software Vendors Association's new liaison office in Boston.
Invoke is pleased to announce that it will be joining leading thinkers from the insurance industry as a Corporate Exhibitor at the 7th Annual Insurance Risk & Solvency II conference, to be held at the Hilton Tower Bridge Hotel, London on October 9th and 10th, 2012.
On 23 October 2012, the first French-speaking Conference on Solvency II will be held at the prestigious Etoile Saint-Honoré venue, within walking distance from the Champs-Elysées. The conference is organized and hosted by XBRL France, with support from XBRL Europe.
Aimed at Chief financial officers/finance directors in banks and credit institutions, IT managers, Auditors serving companies in the financial sector, the goal of the conference is to give an insight into the recent developments concerning the new european reporting framework for banks (COREP, FINREP, XBRL).
Invoke is honored to join a group of prestigious technology companies (such as Microsoft, SAP and Teradata) and other public interests that recently launched the Data Transparency Coalition (DTC) in Washington D.C. to advocate for the standardization of U.S. federal data published online.