Andy Greener has served as an Enterprise Architect in HM Revenue & Customs' e-Services and Business Tax programmes for 13 years. He was also strategy architect for HMRC's Company Tax online service. He was responsible for the pioneering introduction of Inline XBRL into the service and was a member of XBRL International Inc's Rendering Working Group during the creation of the Inline XBRL Specification. He is a Chartered Engineer and Chartered Information Technology Professional with 40 years experience as a software engineer and architect, and holds a B.Sc in Computer Science from the University of York.
Bob Bishop is a software engineer with 50 years experience of the design and implementation of software, network and telecommunication systems. He has worked for a wide variety of clients internationally; he is a Chartered Engineer, holds a B.Eng degree from the University of Sheffield, and is registered as a European Engineer on the FEANI Group 1 register.
Keith Roubaud is a design engineer with extensive technical experience of development and implementation projects in the semiconductor and telecommunications industries. He has managed a number of large IT projects delivering commercial enterprise systems. He is a Chartered Engineer and holds a B.Eng degree from the University of Sheffield.
The SureFile Accounts Service uses XII-certified XBRL validation software from Corefiling Ltd. Its TrueNorth XBRL processing engine is the core of the SureFile Accounts validation service. This is the same validation software used by HMRC and Companies House, ensuring that results from SureFile validation are consistent with those from the UK government XBRL filing gateways.
CoreFiling, based in Oxford, is a world-leading supplier of XBRL software products. Visit www.corefiling.com for more information.