Sarbanes-Oxley Compliance with ERP Software

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For many companies, enterprise resource planning (ERP) is the single most important infrastructure element, thanks largely to its power in delivering end-to-end integration. New technology in ERP software has grown in sophistication over the years, enabling even further automation of business functions. Find out how you can leverage one ERP solution to deal with one of your biggest bugbears: Sarbanes-Oxley compliance.

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