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21-Feb2018

IRIS Business Services bags two orders in South Africa

South Africa's business registry, the Competition and Intellectual Property commission (CIPC) has launched its pilot XBRL filing program with technology from global XBRL major, IRIS Business Services.

Additionally, IRIS first filing received by the CIPC was created for Transpaco, on IRIS CARBON, the cloud based collaborative authoring software. Transpaco is a leading manufacturer, recycler and distributor of paper and plastic packaging products.

IRIS Business Services is a global leader in XBRL. One or more of its solutions is used in some 22 countries across 4 continents including India, Singapore, USA, UK, Ireland, Italy and Mauritius.



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