In force since 2002, Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) remains the most visible regulatory force for financial accountability. Section 302 requires full disclosure of all material information related to financial processes and controls; Section 404 turns up the heat, demanding accountable internal controls – complete with documentation and testing – certified by top management. Failure to meet SOX standards can lead to significant fines, and even more significant damage to your brand reputation.
SOX Compliance Remediation Report
SOX Compliance Control Effectiveness By Process
SOX Compliance Risk Control Matrix
SOX Compliance Incident Summary Report
SOX Compliance Financial Controls Assessment
SOX compliance initiatives have matured, yet many institutions rely on technology that has failed to keep up. The first wave of on-premise solutions placed the technology burden on enterprises and their IT departments, imposing costly commitments to hardware, software, and the human resources necessary for maintaining them. These old solutions can be difficult to scale and challenging to maintain, especially in a global business context of multiple divisions and regions. Today’s enterprise needs to maintain its focus on the substance of SOX compliance, while simplifying the technology used to help fulfill it.
ProcessUnity brings all the virtues of a cloud-based, SaaS solution to SOX compliance challenges. Updates and upgrades are managed automatically, reducing IT burdens and ensuring access to the most up-to-date regulations and technology standards. Scalability becomes a matter of mouse clicks, and configurations can be made in minutes. Most importantly, ProcessUnity comes with workflow automation that manages the entire progression from controls testing to reporting to attestation by senior management, reducing the potential for delay or error, and accelerating your time to certification. Simplify Sarbanes-Oxley compliance with next-generation automation tools.
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