The Command Advantage
  • Multiple solutions to meet client’s EDGAR requirements, such as relying on Command’s dedicated EDGAR staff, or utilizing our self-filer applications, or CAPS.
  • Expertise with Corporate Finance (“CorpFin”) and Investment Management filing requirements and deadlines.
  • Facility to collaborate with client’s EDGAR staff or be the single-source to build and submit the EDGAR submission filing.
EDGAR

Command’s approach to the SEC’s EDGAR document building and filing requirements is fast and efficient. Our EDGAR conversion technology and staff can format supplied document files into an industry-standard format or match the appearance of a very stylized presentation or printed document. Command’s Composition platforms enable single-source conversions of typeset documents into SEC-compliant HTML. For documents in our Command Automated Publishing System (CAPS), our EDGAR Slayer application allows CAPS users to automatically convert native Word files into SEC-compliant HTML "hands-free" without leaving CAPS.

EDGAR Self-Filer

Command offers EDGAR Self-Filing programs for those clients who wish to retain control over certain types of EDGAR filings. Our easy-to-use, reliable, and intuitive SEC Section 16 Self-Filer system is web-based and permits clients to convert and file these template driven Forms 3, 4, and 5 (and amendments) filings. Command also offers licensing to the innovative Transform™ software platform that seamlessly empowers clients through the HTML conversation and XBRL tagging process utilizing standard word processing source files.

XBRL

Command’s XBRL portal technology gives CorpFin clients the ability work on specific taxonomies (i.e., select, change, or comment) when reviewing like quarterly or annual reporting tables and notes with previously approved instances. CorpFin XBRL proof renderings simulate the viewing experience of filed XBRL on the SEC’s EDGAR website. Command’s XBRL technology for Investment Management clients provides an interactive Risk Return proofing method that also simulate the viewing experience of filed XBRL on the SEC’s EDGAR website.

“Thanks to the entire team involved in the recent and very challenging EDGAR project. You successfully filed our 2,300 page EDGAR document on time under a nearly impossible deadline.”

 

ATTORNEY FOR A MAJOR MUTUAL FUND COMPANY