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Free mobile service gives financial analysts easy access to SEC financial reports of 10,000 U.S. Listed companies.

Enabled by the new generation of financial reporting standard (XBRL Language and US-GAAP Taxonomy), Prime Aim delivers every statement and disclosure in financial reports to mobile devices, unaltered and sooner than ever.

PITTSBURGH, Aug. 18, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, August 18, 2014 – Prime Aim Technology today announced that, through its Web site (http://primeaim.com), financial analysts can now review the latest financial reports from about 10,000 U.S. Listed companies with their mobile devices for free.

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None of the major finance portals or mobile apps gives financial analysts easy access to these financial reports through mobile devices. Prime Aim fills the gap and goes beyond.

Besides the three basic statements (Balance Sheet, Income Statement and Cash Flow Statement), a financial report on average has 44 statements and disclosures. Through Prime Aim's Web site, financial analysts can review each statement or disclosure from their mobile devices.

The financial reports covered are those quarterly (10-Q) and annual (10-K) reports from all U.S. Listed companies.

Thanks to the SEC mandate on the interactive financial reporting (in XBRL), financial reports can now be sliced and diced to fit into small mobile screens. Through automation, Prime Aim brings these reports to financial analysts shortly after they are accepted by the SEC.

Whether you are on a commuting train, in a meeting room or in a hotel, you can now review the latest financial statements with your Android phone, iPhone, iPad or other mobile devices.

Additional details are available online at http://primeaim.wordpress.com/2014/08/18/financial-reports-on-the-go.   

About Prime Aim Technology:

Prime Aim is a Pittsburgh, PA based financial software company dedicated to bringing the many benefits of XBRL to financial analysts. Founded in 2008, Prime Aim processes XBRL filings, builds Cloud-based XBRL databases and search engine, and provides Web services and data mining tools for financial analysts. For more information, please visit: (1) Web site: (http://primeaim.com); (2) Linkedin (http://www.linkedin.com/company/prime-aim-technology-llc); (3) Twitter (@primeaim); (4) Blogs (http://primeaim.wordpress.com).

About XBRL:

XBRL (eXtensible Business Reporting Language) is a global standard language for business reporting. For more information, please visit: (1) XBRL Global: http://xbrl.org; (2) XBRL U.S.: http://xbrl.us; (3) US-GAAP Taxonomy: http://xbrl.fasb.org; (4) SEC XBRL Filings: http://xbrl.sec.gov

Media Contact: Qinlin Luo, Prime Aim Technology LLC, 412-498-4764, [email protected]

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