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Ensuring Enterprise-wide Compliance
Complying with the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA), and other labor laws and regulations is a major challenge for employers

compliance decision making methods  data, in real time. Compliance checklist While workforce management solutions may differ, the following key features can help to ensure predictable workforce processes and alignment with DOL regulations. 100% Pay rule automation Pay rules that aren't automated are typically the most complex, manual, and error-prone. Without automation of all pay rules, the chances of producing an inaccurate payroll remain. In addition, changes to regulations and laws can mean needless difficulties to update manual Read More
Regulatory and Compliance
Regulatory compliance covers the requirements for ensuring products and their associated materials comply with both external and internal rules and regulations. It covers regulatory and requirement...
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What Size Is Your Business, Really?
I deal with many software professionals, technology business users, consultants, and analysts, and it is interesting to observe that everyone uses the same

compliance decision making methods  accounting, reporting, and other compliance standards may depend on company size. It makes perfect sense to group companies by these criteria, since there are many commonalities among companies of the equivalent size, no matter how you define it. Although operating in different industries and/or countries, businesses of similar size experience analogous difficulties in their internal structure and interrelationships and in setting strategic objectives; they have similar growth- or size-related issues in Read More
Streamlining Your Conversion to IFRS: Challenges, Choices, and Transformative Technologies
Transitioning to international financial reporting standards (IFRS) is more than just a mandate—it’s an opportunity for companies to improve their financial

compliance decision making methods  realize benefits beyond simple compliance - ranging from reduced closing times to higher-quality information to support decision making. [IFRS] convergence brings a onetime opportunity to comprehensively reassess financial reporting, taking a clean-sheet-of-paper approach to financial policies and processes and the technology that supports them, writes Andrew Bray, technology director at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP in the 2009 white paper Complying with International Financial Reporting Standards. Read More
(Forgotten) CRM and ERP Kingdoms in the Making?
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) and customer relationship management (CRM) vendor Consona is determined to establish a CRM “kingdom” based on Consona

compliance decision making methods  can track and monitor compliance with SLAs easily and build more dynamic escalation paths based on individual business rules. This is particularly relevant to customers with variable SLA commitments and multiple work shifts, and geographies, such as distributed call centers, and enables adherence to business agreements and increased resolution of customer issues that directly impact customer satisfaction. Asian Market Support Asian market support is provided via double-byte enablement for the ability to Read More
Delivering Operational Excellence with Innovation: Enterprise Services Architecture for Enterprise Resource Planning
Changing business practices, especially those that consolidate business and IT functions, requires careful research and decision making. For companies needing

compliance decision making methods  into, appropriate systems for compliance purposes. To innovate this process and ensure compliance with federal regulations, agencies must invest in IT staff to develop the custom integration necessary for data exchange and in a team of contract administrators to govern the end-to- end process. Why Outsourcing Is Difficult Outsourcing is often difficult, because organizational boundaries constrain an organization's systems and applications, neither of which was designed to be interoperable with external Read More
Achieving Efficient Governance, Risk, and Compliance (GRC) through Process and Automation
Newly available software platforms known as governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) technologies can help your business stay on top of the myriad procedures

compliance decision making methods  Efficient Governance, Risk, and Compliance (GRC) through Process and Automation Newly available software platforms known as governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) technologies can help your business stay on top of the myriad procedures, tasks, and behaviors that bear upon compliance. This paper discusses the drivers behind the growing awareness of GRC information technology, introduces the elements of an effective automated GRC system, and suggests a low-risk, high-impact approach to launching GRC Read More
Food Decision Software
Founded in 1978, Mulvany Attard Associates, now Food Decision Software Inc. (FDS), is a provider of food industry-specific software. FDS aims to help companies

compliance decision making methods  Decision Software Founded in 1978, Mulvany Attard Associates, now Food Decision Software Inc. (FDS), is a provider of food industry-specific software. FDS aims to help companies understand and address the unique challenges associated with food distributing or food manufacturing. FDS is the developer of WinFDS, a food distribution software for small to medium-sized food distribution and food manufacturing companies. Read More
Decision Resources, Inc.
DRI is a leading manufacturing system expert and the largest Infor SyteLine ERP provider in the world. @With over 500 implementations, and counting, our

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LogRhythm and SOX Compliance
In order for a business to stay on top of compliance requirements required by the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX)—and avoid financial penalties or possible jail time

compliance decision making methods  and SOX Compliance In order for a business to stay on top of compliance requirements required by the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX)—and avoid financial penalties or possible jail time—it must take a good look at its IT environment and financial reporting processes. The collection, management, and analysis of log data are integral to meeting SOX requirements and as such, require a system that automates these processes across the IT infrastructure. Read More
Top 5 HR Compliance Concerns for Small Business
Small and medium-sized companies can be so focused on core business issues that they overlook one of their most potentially serious and costly issues—human

compliance decision making methods  5 HR Compliance Concerns for Small Business Small and medium-sized companies can be so focused on core business issues that they overlook one of their most potentially serious and costly issues—human resource compliance. They often lack the time and resources to build infrastructure and processes that are beyond core business objectives. This paper discusses the top small business compliance concerns. Read More
Paths out of the Compliance Quagmire: Plugging a Multibillion-dollar Hole
Preventable deductions are a major source of frustration and cost for suppliers, while the compliance violations that trigger them are likewise frustrating and

compliance decision making methods  out of the Compliance Quagmire: Plugging a Multibillion-dollar Hole Preventable deductions are a major source of frustration and cost for suppliers, while the compliance violations that trigger them are likewise frustrating and costly for retailers. Eliminating the violations—and, thereby, eliminating the deductions—is in the best interests of both parties. Find out how a system that automates information handling processes, as well as compliance enforcement and monitoring, can help. Read More
Compliance: Is Remote Office Data Your Achilles Heel?
Would spending millions of dollars and countless hours securing your data center be enough for it to pass a compliance audit? While many businesses work hard at

compliance decision making methods  it to pass a compliance audit? While many businesses work hard at securing their data centers, they often forget to secure remote office data. With the consequences of non-compliance ranging from financial penalties to job loss and worse, it could mean the end of your business. Don’t let compliance become your Achilles heel. Read More
The Sunshine Act: Compliance in Expense Reporting
The Sunshine Act has prompted life science companies to look at alternatives to their expense reporting processes. The output to HHS is required to be

compliance decision making methods  Sunshine Act: Compliance in Expense Reporting The Sunshine Act has prompted life science companies to look at alternatives to their expense reporting processes. The output to HHS is required to be electronic, searchable, and easily downloaded. A solution that supports these requirements from the initial input step of the process provides proactive control and management of the data—and of the direct marketing process as a whole. Read More
How to Prevent Data Leaks and Achieve PCI Compliance
The greatest threat on the Internet involves increased data theft, data leakage, and targeted attacks for the purpose of stealing confidential information. To

compliance decision making methods  Leaks and Achieve PCI Compliance The greatest threat on the Internet involves increased data theft, data leakage, and targeted attacks for the purpose of stealing confidential information. To combat this, the payment card industry (PCI) has created a data security standard (DSS) that holds all merchants—regardless of size—to much higher standards of performance when it comes to protecting customers’ financial and personal information. Read More
The 10 Key Steps in Developing an Enteprise-wide Compliance Training Strategy
Companies spend millions each year conducting mandatory training for audits, the risk of noncompliance, internal training requirements, and a plethora of other

compliance decision making methods  in Developing an Enteprise-wide Compliance Training Strategy Companies spend millions each year conducting mandatory training for audits, the risk of noncompliance, internal training requirements, and a plethora of other reasons. Manual training processes increase a company’s risk of noncompliance—and can be redundant. Read the 10 steps that can help you develop an enterprise-wide compliance training strategy, to reduce the costs and the compliance risks of mandatory training. Read More

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