The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 (sometimes referred to as SOX) is a hot topic not only for CFOs but for CIOs and IT departments too. If you are using DataFlo, chances are you will be affected by SOX and you need to know that Section 404 requires management to establish and maintain adequate internal control structures and procedures for financial reporting. Unfortunately, the phrase "internal controls" is not very clear or specific and IT may be asked to implement or create these internal controls within your system.
Kore's Sarbanes-Oxley Suite has several solutions to address the most common Sarbanes-Oxley compliance challenges for DataFlo. These solutions can be implemented individually to address specific problems or used together for a comprehensive solution.
Kore Enhanced TCL Command Processor provides the Select List, Stacking, and Editing features of the standard UniData/UniVerse TCL processor, but also enforces full Preview Process, File and Field level security.
Provides 6 reports that facilitate management of user security and system access while providing reports to see who CAN access to your DataFlo system and who IS accessing the DataFlo system.
Special pricing available for the complete Sarbanes-Oxley Suite. Contact us for more information.
Data Migration, Data Exchange, & Third Party Product Integration
This is another area to review for Sarbanes-Oxley compliance because it may involve data manipulation outside the DataFlo financial application (using exported data to spreadsheets for financial reporting for example) or importing data into DataFlo from another product or database.
Our Kourier product family is designed for integration and business automation and can help you put controls around your data and provide transaction logs for exported and imported data. Kore can also provide consulting services to help you understand, document, and implement new processes or procedures in areas of your business that require additional internal controls for SOX compliance.