Welcome to OpenSBR
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Introduction

Standard Business Reporting is the standard for digital reporting in the Netherlands. Important ingredients for SBR are the reporting standard XBRL, the Dutch Taxonomy and the SOAP-based specification for secure system-to-system data exchange.

OpenSBR offers an overview of open source projects which comply with SBR standards. OpenSBR contributes to the further adoption of SBR.

Projects

OpenSBR refers to open source projects. The projects are publicly available on the internet, although the license conditions are determined by the respective authors.

Contact OpenSBR to contribute.

SBR Assurance 2.0

Desktop tool and source code for generating and verification of SBR Assurance detached signatures (signature policy 2.0)

SBR API (Digipoort & banks)

System-to-system interface for SBR gateway (both government Digipoort & banks) (.NET)

SBR BIV interface

System-to-system interface to the SBR Banks gateway (BIV) (Jave & .NET)

SBR Basic data (Reeleezee)

Overview of non-accounting data definitions in Dutch taxonomy

Analytics Library

The open source project for data analysis in the financial and fiscal domain

Support

E-mail us at info@opensbr.org or contact the organizations below in case you need support with the implementation of SBR (connectors, assurance, etc.).

Information

A lot of information on SBR can be found online. The sources below offer information for different levels of experience with SBR and XBRL.

About OpenSBR

OpenSBR was set up by enthousiasts. The open source projects are made publicly available by a variety of organisations willing to contribute to the adoption of SBR. OpenSBR is a private non-profit initiative.

More information: info@opensbr.org

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OpenSBR is supported by the following organisations:

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