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SOX and IT
In general, the US Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) requires publicly traded companies to be financially accountable. SOX compliance requires cooperation among many business units—particularly IT, as IT supports SOX compliance by securing and protecting financial data on the network. IT is also required to consistently document this effort. In fact, without IT support, a corporation simply cannot be SOX-compliant.

J SOX: SOX and IT SOX and IT Source: Network Instruments Document Type: White Paper Description: In general, the US Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) requires publicly traded companies to be financially accountable. SOX compliance requires cooperation among many business units—particularly IT, as IT supports SOX compliance by securing and protecting financial data on the network. IT is also required to consistently document this effort. In fact, without IT support, a corporation simply cannot be SOX-compliant. SOX and
4/3/2007 10:05:00 AM

Self-service SOX Auditing with S3 Control
Compliance with the US Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) is not a one-time project, but a sustained effort to gain visibility into processes affecting financial reporting accuracy. Most IT controls are manual, error-prone, and resource-intensive. However, there’s a new, radical solution: an automated IT control framework in which all the information required to verify compliance is available in a single reporting system.

J SOX: is not a one-time project, but a sustained effort to gain visibility into processes affecting financial reporting accuracy. Most IT controls are manual, error-prone, and resource-intensive. However, there’s a new, radical solution: an automated IT control framework in which all the information required to verify compliance is available in a single reporting system. Self-service SOX Auditing with S3 Control style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Compliance
12/19/2006 9:03:00 AM

SOX Segregation of Duties Matrix » The TEC Blog
9:00 pm # I just wanted to say that this is a good article, I especially liked the matrix scorecard with concerns to SOX segregation of duties outline. Alex Hankewicz on 18 September, 2008 at 10:05 pm # Dan I appreciate your words of support,at TEC we appreciate our readers and want to provide value that endures.Please feel free to refer your colleagues to our site. Is there areas that you could suggest that you as our reader would like us to cover. Raj on 19 September, 2008 at 2:19 am # I had gone

J SOX: Section 404, segregation of duties, sox, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
12-09-2008

Ease SOX Requirements with IBS Software
The US Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) addresses the issues of corporate fiscal accountability, accounting standards and practices, and reporting, as well as investor confidence in publicly owned corporations. SOX thus presents challenges to satisfy regulatory requirements, as well as opportunities to improve processes. That's why SOX compliance can be aided by an integrated, automated enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution.

J SOX: Managers How to Use Projects to Master Asset Management The Truth Behind Verticalization of Enterprise Asset Management The Business Trouble with Spreadsheet Sprawl Acronym-Related White Papers: Business Intelligence (BI) |  Customer Relationship Management (CRM) |  Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) |  Human Capital Management (HCM) |  Information Technology (IT) |  Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) |  Return on Investment (ROI) |  Software as a Service (SaaS) |  Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)
11/2/2006 2:58:00 PM

What Makes Incentives and Compensation So Tricky?
Managing incentive compensation presents challenges to almost every large and midsized company, due to the complex nature of the calculations. But along with the ability to perform these calculations, an effective compensation management solution must also provide visibility and transparency.

J SOX: and Compensation So Tricky? P.J. Jakovljevic - November 29, 2006 Read Comments Managing incentive compensation presents challenges to almost every large and midsized company, due to the complex nature of the calculations. Such calculations might involve determining whether the sales plan is to pay on profit, or rather pay on market share; whether it involves multiple payees per transaction, etc. Other considerations include the high levels of security required (owing to the numerous and diverse authorizat
11/29/2006

i2 Technologies’ Latest Offering: J. D. Edwards OneWorld™
Users should welcome the prospects for better integration delivered by the new alliance but temper expectations with the realization that it may be merely a political move.

J SOX: i2 Technologies’ Latest Offering: J. D. Edwards OneWorld™ i2 Technologies’ Latest Offering: J. D. Edwards OneWorld™ Steve McVey - July 12, 2000 Read Comments S. McVey - July 12, 2000 Event Summary Nearly lost among a slew of press releases was J. D. Edwards announcement that it would offer its OneWorld enterprise application suite through i2 Technologies TradeMatrix platform for business-to-business collaboration. Highlighted by J. D. Edwards founder and current chief Ed McVaney during FOCUS
7/12/2000

Case Study: J. Schmalz GmbH
Established in 1910, J. Schmalz GmbH is a leading provider of vacuum technology. Over 25 years, the company has been through two reorganizations and entered the international market—all with the same enterprise resource planning (ERP) system. Find out how the system has grown with Schmalz over the years, and how the company employs the system at its headquarters, as well as all of its international offices.

J SOX: Case Study: J. Schmalz GmbH Case Study: J. Schmalz GmbH Source: ABAS Software Document Type: Case Study Description: Established in 1910, J. Schmalz GmbH is a leading provider of vacuum technology. Over 25 years, the company has been through two reorganizations and entered the international market—all with the same enterprise resource planning (ERP) system. Find out how the system has grown with Schmalz over the years, and how the company employs the system at its headquarters, as well as all of its
8/27/2010 1:37:00 PM

On Demand Delivery Compels a Compensation Management Vendor
The on demand paradigm and enterprise incentive management market seem to have established a viable cross-section to the extent that, going forward, some players feel comfortable enough to opt solely for the software-as-a-service, subscription-based delivery model.

J SOX: architecture. The solution featured Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) and thin client-based, n-tier (multi-tier) architecture (to learn more, please see Architecture Evolution: From Mainframes to Service-oriented Architecture ). As part of this launch, the company then changed its brand from Incentive Systems to Centive. In 2004, Centive completed what is still the largest deployment of a commercial EIM system at AIG Sun America , with more than 78,000 commissionable payees (largely independent insurance
5/7/2007

Are You Considering Distribution Software? » The TEC Blog
Jun 08 Posted on 08-06-2010 --> Are You Considering Distribution Software? Filed Under ( Supply Chain Logistics ) by Khudsiya Quadri  ( see bio )   Distribution organizations play a key role between the manufacturers and retailers. Being the middle organization between a manufacturer and a retailer, a distribution center (DC) needs to have a robust operation and accurate information for delivering products and services to its customers. In the past, DCs focused primarily on selecting a strategic

J SOX: Advance Planning and Scheduling (APS), Business Intelligence, CRM, Customer Service Management, distribution center(DC), enterprise performance management, ERP distribution, financials, human resources, Inventory management, labor management, Manufacturing, MRP, Product & Price Configurator, Purchasing Management, q2o, Retailers, Sales Order Management, Sarbanes Oxley (SOX), TMS, transportation management, Warehousing Management, WMS, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc..
08-06-2010

How to Plan and Manage in Times of Uncertainty and Volatility? Based on Reality and Facts, Duh! (Part 1) » The TEC Blog
forecasting , i2 , jda , kinaxis , kinexions , planning , progress revolution , progress rpm , rapid process management , rapidresponse , red sox , SAP , sce , SCM , scp , vuca Comments gunawan lubis on 1 November, 2011 at 11:58 pm # good to read Muhammad Jalil on 10 January, 2012 at 4:28 am # I went through the article on planning and managing time in all situation. I would like to go more detail and intend links and information if you kindly provide. * Name: * E-mail (private) : Web site: XHTML: You

J SOX: apics, baseball, ERP, execution, forecasting, i2, jda, kinaxis, kinexions, planning, progress revolution, progress rpm, rapid process management, rapidresponse, red sox, SAP, sce, SCM, scp, vuca, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
01-11-2011

Function Points: Are They Really the Right Unit of Measure for Software Sizing?
Function points (FPs) are the most popular unit of measure for measuring the size of software. But because FPs were developed in the 1970s, are they not now outdated for today’s event-oriented programming and multi-tiered software architectures?

J SOX: first steps in software project planning. Software estimation includes estimation of software size, development effort, cost, and schedule. Function points have become the most widely used unit of measure for software size measurement. Function points (FPs) were developed at IBM by Allan J. Albrecht in the late 1970s to measure the size of the software proposed to be developed. It appears that FP methodology was oriented toward development of software on IBM platforms using COBOL for batch processing. Fro
12/15/2008


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