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Many internal control programs are still undergoing major modifications due to increased PCAOB requirements, adoption of the 2013 COSO Framework, and board focus on risk and compliance processes. Organizations are using several technology approaches to manage the processósome with more success than others.
Read this white paper to learn why organizations need to utilize the tools that optimize collaboration and focus on productivity, the pros and cons of desktop-based spreadsheets and GRC platforms, and the merits of taking a fresh approach to technology to manage internal control processes.
As the focus on internal controls moves into its second decade, it'd be easy to assume that most organizations have mastered their processes. However, with the adoption of the 2013 COSO Framework, increased requirements from the PCAOB, and board focus on risk and compliance processes, many internal control programs are undergoing major modifications in numerous areas.
Read this e-book to find out how and why companies have made the move to different platforms, including why companies need to focus on utilizing the most productive tools, several technology approaches used by organizations, and the merits of taking a fresh approach to technology to manage internal control processes.