To facilitate a standards-based governance, risk, and compliance methodology, XDEX connects records, documents and datasets to an immutable blockchain ledger. This provides a clear, easy-to-manage path to reporting governance, risk, and compliance data that fits seamlessly with any standards-based, regulatory framework.

Metadata-based Information Framework

XDEX uses a metadata tagging model in which any information document, record, or data necessary for reporting terms can be authoritatively defined.

Those terms can then be used to uniquely represent the contents of any record like financial statements or other kinds of compliance, performance and business reports without necessarily exposing the full contents of the information to anyone other than explicitly authorized users.

XDEX allows information move between organizations rapidly, accurately and digitally.

How Can XDEX Help with Governance, Risk, and Compliance?

As a single source of truth with a record originator identification and chain of custody of data tracking, XDEX makes reporting more accurate and more efficient. It allows unique tags to be associated with reported facts, allowing:

  • people publishing reports to do so with confidence that the information contained in them can be consumed and analyzed accurately
  • people consuming data to test it against a set of business and logical rules, in order to capture and avoid mistakes at their source
  • people using the information to do so in the way that best suits their needs, including by using different languages, alternative currencies and in their preferred style
  • people consuming the information to do so confident that the data provided to them conforms to a set of sophisticated pre-defined definitions

Comprehensive definitions and accurate data tags allow the preparation, validation, publication, exchange, consumption; and analysis of business information of all kinds.

Information in reports prepared using XDEX is interchangeable between different information systems in entirely different organizations. This allows for the exchange of business information across a reporting chain.

People that want to report information, share information, publish performance information and allow straight through information processing are empowered by this approach to information governance, risk, and compliance.

In addition to allowing the exchange of summary business reports like financial statements, and risk and performance statements, etc… XDEX information model has the capability to allow the tagging of similar types of entities and objects across the blockchain ledger, which can also be aggregated into standardized reports at a regulatory level.

These transactional capabilities allow system-independent exchange and analysis of significant quantities of supporting data and can be the key to transforming business processes, workflows, and reporting.

Who Benefits?

Through API interfaces, XDEX supports almost every kind of conceivable reporting – while providing a wide range of features that enhance the quality and consistency of reports, as well as their usability.

The XDEX reporting framework can be used in many different ways, for many different purposes, including by:

Regulators
  • Regulators that need significant amounts of complex performance and risk information about the institutions that they regulate.
  • Regulators and capital market sector institutions that need to analyze the performance and compliance of listed companies and securities and need to ensure that this information is available to markets to consume and analyze.
  • Business registrars that need to receive and make publicly available a range of corporate data about private and public companies, including annual financial statements.
  • Tax authorities that need financial statements and other compliance information from companies to process and review their corporate tax affairs.
  • Statistical and monetary policy authorities that need financial performance information from many different organizations.
Businesses
  • Companies that need to provide information to one or more of the regulators mentioned above.
  • Enterprises that need to accurately move information around within a complex group.
  • Supply chains that need to exchange information to help manage risk and measure activity.
Governments
  • Government agencies that are simplifying the process of businesses reporting to government and reducing red tape, by either harmonizing data definitions or consolidating reporting obligations (or both).
  • Government agencies that are improving government reporting by standardizing the way that consolidated or transactional reports are prepared and used within government agencies and/or published into the public domain.
Data Providers
  • Specialist data providers that use performance and risk information published into the marketplace and create comparisons, ratings and other value-added information products for other market participants.
Analysts and Investors
  • Analysts that need to understand relative risk and performance.
  • Investors that need to compare potential investments and understand the underlying performance of existing investments.
Accountants & Auditors
  • Accounting and auditing professionals in support of clients reporting requirements and are often involved in the preparation of reports.
Legal Services and Attorneys
  • Legal professionals in support of clients for governance and risk reporting
  • Litigators who require access to essential information as part of a matter.

Our Approach

10XTS helps automate regulatory compliance and examination workflows by retaining data in accordance with regulations and managing policies changes across the information lifecycle.

By designing and implementing the right information governance solution, 10XTS can help your organization achieve regulatory compliance — as well as proactively manage financial and non-financial risks efficiently and cost-effectively.

Contact 10XTS to discuss how we can help you incorporate distributed ledger technology into your governance, risk, and compliance directives.