Organizations today continue to wrestle with the financial and operational costs of conducting, documenting and reporting on their Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) compliance assessments.
ProcessUnity’s cloud-based Sarbanes-Oxley compliance management solution provides secure, cost-effective, automated support for critical components in a compliance program – from business process documentation, risk evaluation and controls definition, to issues management and controls and assessment testing. Additionally, ProcessUnity streamlines the review and validation of assessment results for both internal teams and external auditors.
SOX Compliance Remediation Report
SOX Compliance Control Effectiveness By Process
SOX Compliance Risk Control Matrix
SOX Compliance Financial Controls Assessment
SOX Compliance Incident Summary Report
Firms with first-generation SOX software can easily migrate their existing documentation and processes to the cloud, and gain the new features and frameworks they need for less that it costs to maintain their existing solution.
Organizations currently using spreadsheets, homegrown databases, or legacy SOX software can move to ProcessUnity and leverage powerful workflow, notifications, scoring methodologies and interactive dashboards to reduce day-to-day busy work, streamline executive reporting and breeze through audits.
ProcessUnity enables organizations to:
ProcessUnity makes the move to the cloud quick and pain-free. Our migration and import capabilities ensure flawless data transition to our secure platform. Plus, our system is completely configurable by business users, so organizations can run their program the way they want.
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