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Compliance Exposures in ERP Systems Part 1
This paper examines key issues for CFOs and CEOs in managing ERP systems in the new world of SOX, IFRS, Basle II. While most IT management attention seems to be

compliance poor decision making  indicating significant lapses in compliance and poor adoption of best practice. In the meantime, what are the practical measures that can be taken, and how can these be achieved within the organisation? Actions for Management Accountants One of the most common reasons for these worrying results is the failure of organisations to conduct ongoing post-implementation reviews, to track realised benefits versus the original goals, and to do this throughout the life cycle of the ERP system. Evaluating the Read More...
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Selecting Manufacturing ERP for ISO 26000 Compliance
ISO 26000 spells out best practices for corporate social responsibility (CSR). Are your enterprise systems, including ERP, capable of documenting CSR best

compliance poor decision making  include functionality for Sarbanes-Oxley compliance can help mitigate against certain corrupt practices by executives within the company. Sarbanes-Oxleycompliance typically involves rigid segregation of duties so that no single person can, for instance, create a vendor in the ERP system and then approve checks to that vendor. This would prevent someone from either paying large sums to themselves or to another individual inside or outside of the company for illicit purposes. At the very least, these Read More...
From Burden to Benefit: Making the Most of Regulatory Risk Management
The paradoxical view that regulation is both a blessing and a curse continues to be widely held among senior executives. While they recognize the need for

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Contemporary Business Intelligence Tools
Tools under the business intelligence (BI) umbrella combine to convert data into information, and information into decisions for action. Dashboards and

compliance poor decision making  of mandatory, regulatory corporate compliance issues. Modern BI Suites Whether a scorecard or dashboard is implemented as a simple, graphical way to display KPIs or as a pillar of a comprehensive performance management strategy, it can produce a quick benefit for any company. Thus, modern BI suites should be able to access and present key business measures for sales, customer service, the supply chain, financials, purchasing, inventory, and many other areas. Then they should provide the ability to use Read More...
BI Reporting: Does the Tool Really Matter?
Last month I listened to several discussions about the importance of choosing the right reporting tool when installing a business intelligence (BI) solution

compliance poor decision making  and external regulations and compliance needs that need to be met during the report publishing process. If this is your case, you will need to pick a reporting solution that can offer you all, or at least the most important reporting standards required for your organization, like the IFRS (International Financial Reporting Standards), or any other regulation. Report Classification Also, consider which types of reports need to be generated within your BI solution: -    Management Reports (Strategic) : Read More...
Compliance and Privileged Password Management
Today’s increasing compliance requirements have focused additional attention on how enterprises manage and control these critical accounts and passwords. How

compliance poor decision making  Password Management Today’s increasing compliance requirements have focused additional attention on how enterprises manage and control these critical accounts and passwords. How can you address the requirement for shared privileged access while still maximizing information security? Find out how traditional solutions may not be providing the security you need—and how upgrading your password system with an automated solution can help. Read More...
Avoiding the Compliance Trap for Travel and Expenses
Maximizing transparency and control over travel and expense (T&E) management is essential in a compliant-conscious market. Purpose-built software and on-demand

compliance poor decision making  the Compliance Trap for Travel and Expenses Maximizing transparency and control over travel and expense (T&E) management is essential in a compliant-conscious market. Purpose-built software and on-demand services are part of a best-practices approach that help with not only streamlining your processes, but also analysis and reporting. Find out what you need to know about automated T&E solutions—and how they can help you reduce your risk of noncompliance. Read More...
An Enterprise Approach to Sarbanes-Oxley Compliance
As is generally the case with such issues as the US Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX), the quick fix is often too good to be true. Leading companies are thus using SOX

compliance poor decision making  Enterprise Approach to Sarbanes-Oxley Compliance As is generally the case with such issues as the US Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX), the quick fix is often too good to be true. Leading companies are thus using SOX as an opportunity to restructure the way they run their business. What’s more, they’re finding they already have much of what they need—including the right people, processes, and technology. Read More...
Segregation of Duties and Its Role in Sarbanes-Oxley Compliance Issues
The Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) requires publicly traded firms to demonstrate that their accounting and reporting practices are in compliance with regulatory

compliance poor decision making  Its Role in Sarbanes-Oxley Compliance Issues In the aftermath of some highly publicized cases of corporate fraud, the US government announced legislation designed to implement compliance and financial-reporting standards. The most notable of these laws is the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) of 2002. The primary goal of SOX is to enforce a higher level of transparency into organizations' business processes, financial transactions, and accounting methods, to ensure that known and accepted accounting principles Read More...
SaaS BI Tools: Better Decision Making for the Rest of Us
In the IDC report SaaS BI Tools: Better Decision Making for the Rest of Us , you'll learn how a SaaS-based BI solution can help employees throughou...

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The Age of Compliance: Preparing for a Riskier and More Regulated World
The three themes of governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) have been central to the management agenda for a decade. But whereas years ago it was the “C” in GRC

compliance poor decision making  of governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) have been central to the management agenda for a decade. But whereas years ago it was the “C” in GRC that kept executives awake at night (and indeed was the impetus behind the development of GRC in the first place), in the post-crisis world it is the “R” that has risen to the top of the agenda. Learn about a more efficient approach to managing risk and compliance. Read More...
Vulnerability Management for GLBA Compliance
The security provisions of the US Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA) are complex and process-intensive, and non-compliant financial institutions and their officers

compliance poor decision making  Management for GLBA Compliance The security provisions of the US Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA) are complex and process-intensive, and non-compliant financial institutions and their officers have suffered penalties as a result. With QualysGuard’s vulnerability management and policy compliance solution—including on-demand auditing capabilities—financial institutions can easily meet the key security guidelines that are detailed in the GLBA. Read More...
2015: Ten Predictions for Decision Sciences
With most businesses across industry verticals still reeling under the impact of the economic slowdown, many are focusing on analytics-driven decision support

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In Search of Clarity: Unraveling the Complexities of Executive Decision Making
Decision making is at the core of all business activity, as executives set strategy and manage operations by weighing a vast array of factors to arrive at the

compliance poor decision making  Search of Clarity: Unraveling the Complexities of Executive Decision Making In Search of Clarity: Unraveling the Complexities of Executive Decision Making If you receive errors when attempting to view this white paper, please install the latest version of Adobe Reader. In response to these growing business challenges, SAP is delivering SAP GRC Risk Management to equip companies with the tools they require to help manage key risk exposures and vulnerabilities alongside the pursuit of new business Read More...
Don’t Let Wireless Detour Your PCI Compliance
The Payment Card Industry Security Standards Council (PCI SSC) has published a PCI DSS Wireless Guideline which acknowledges that wireless is a clear and

compliance poor decision making  Wireless Detour Your PCI Compliance The Payment Card Industry Security Standards Council (PCI SSC) has published a PCI DSS Wireless Guideline which acknowledges that wireless is a clear and present danger to network security and those who collect, store or transmit card holder data must take steps to assure that it is secure, whether or not wireless is deployed in the cardholder data environment. Organizations that handle payment card data must take steps to secure the CDE against wireless threats Read More...

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