2006: The Year of Continuous Monitoring & SOX Optimization.
Atlanta (PRWEB) May 1, 2006
Oversight Systems Inc., the leading provider of independent, continuous monitoring solutions for real-time transaction inspection, will host a webcast entitled “2006: The Year of Continuous Monitoring & SOX Optimization.” The webcast will be held Wednesday, May 10, at 2 p.m. (EDT) and will feature AMR Research vice president John Hagerty and Oversight CEO Patrick Taylor.
In this one-hour webcast, Hagerty leads a 60-minute discussion on how forward-looking businesses are implementing continuous monitoring solutions to sustain compliance and deliver business benefits from their SOX efforts. Hagerty will draw upon his research to share strategies and best practices for compliance and continuous controls monitoring.
Taylor and an Oversight customer will then build upon Hagerty’s research by sharing case studies of how real-time transaction inspection takes continuous controls monitoring to the next level with complete enterprise controls management by:
- Identifying control conflicts across all ERP systems and many feeder systems
- Validating control risks by analyzing historical transactions
- Prioritizing remediation based on dollar-quantified risk
- Providing an ongoing mitigating control for SoD conflicts that cannot be eliminated (Real-Time Transaction Inspection)
- Identifying transaction errors and process breakdowns that drive bottom line benefits.
To register for the webcast, please call 404.920.2030 or visit: http://www.oversightsystems.com/sox.
About Oversight Systems
Oversight Systems takes continuous controls monitoring to the next level with real-time transaction inspection for defect-free financial processes. Oversight’s software provides a platform for continuous monitoring that automates the process of finding problems, fixing problems and proving problem resolution. By inspecting each step of individual transactions across all financial systems, Oversight identifies all errors and control violations, drives defect-free processes, and sustains Sarbanes-Oxley compliance. For more information, visit http://www.oversightsystems.com.