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Size: 186KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:5/18/2005
An interview with David Ashley, Quaker Chemical Q1W Core Team Member, JDE SOX specialist Nadine Alexander, SAP Technical Compliance Manager Ken Asher, and SAP-HR Compliance Manager Greg Robinette. This round-table discussion spans the technology and logistics of accomplishing SOX compliance. We think you will both learn from and enjoy the thoughts put forth here.  
Size: 243KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:3/20/2005
Laura Jackson reports on her recent engagement with Hamilton Sundstrand to identify employees who have access to programs that create a potential conflict of interest. For example, an employee should not be able to enter a voucher and cut a check. The project covered Financials, Distribution, and Manufacturing, and used a combination of technical and non-technical methods of discovery and analysis. Hamilton Sundstrand agreed to let Laura share the discovery process with our readers.  
Size: 324KB, Version:1, Publication Date:9/5/2004
It isn't all that hard to find information about Sarbanes-Oxley. Do a Web search, and stand back! You could be overwhelmed. David Ashley has been there and done that and survived to tell about it. In this article, he does just that - he boils much of the legalese into language we can digest and gives us advice and pointers for beginning our own compliance efforts - all based on his personal experience in "SOX" compliance projects.  
Size: 211 KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:3/1/2004
This article addresses the ever-increasing requirements for accountability in our enterprise applications. Daniel and Justin discuss the regulations for both automated and manual procedures and give us an introduction to the mechanics of EnterpriseOne's Audit Management features. Food for thought - This EnterpriseOne feature is useful to meet Sarbanes-Oxley requirements. For that matter,the audit functionality is useful to serve standard audit practices that existed prior to all the recent legislation. While this article addresses the audit functionality in EnterpriseOne, it should also be noted that there is an equivalent audit feature for World users.  
Size: 60 KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:1/1/2004
Here's the first of a series of articles on the impact of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act on our readers. We hope to follow this excellent introduction with JDE-specific articles.  

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