First you need to set up a Subscriber account. The subscriber is responsible for placing orders and making payments. A subscriber is often a Company, or a firm of Chartered Accountants, Cost & Works Accountants or Company Secretaries.
Next you need to set up one or more user accounts. Users are employees of Subscriber who need to operate the account on a day to day basis. If the Susbcriber is an individual, the Subscriber can set up just one User account.
Next you need to set up Entities. Entities are Companies that need to file in XBRL format with Regulators such as MCA.
Next you need to associate Users with Entities. This ensures users (employees of Subscriber) are able to access the records of the Companies they are permitted to access. If there is only one user, that user can access all the entities created by the Subscriber.
Next you need to set up a job “to convert the financial statement of an entity into XBRL format”. You need to choose Full service.
Then you are all set to use the portal to generate the XBRL document.
See "x" for the main differences. The processes applicable to the three services vary as below:
|Add user accounts||x|
|Assign users to entities||x|
|File with MCA||x|
You need to Sign Up with DataTracks accessible by a password to be set by you. You will have to fill in some preliminary information about yourself to be registered with DataTracks.
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