Sarbanes-Oxley Act (2002) Auditors


Does your company have UDA's (user developed applications) scattered all over the place that it's a nightmare just to change a server name.

Store all your ex-UDA's (including SQL, ODBC connections and credentials) in one secured, central repository for easy maintenance and SOX compliance.

Prove that you have financial and risk control over all your finance processes to comply with Sarbanes-Oxley Act 2002 (Section 404).

Convert UDA's into D4E apps in seconds and watch them inter-operate seamlessly with the Excel ribbon. Parameters can be entered and complicated ex-UDA's simply become one-click actions. Have confidence that the extract process is using the same secured data mart each time, and not some unstable error-prone UDA.

In your yearly attestations for Sarbanes-Oxley Act 2002, report the existence of only one system (D4E) instead of hundreds. All future extract processes incorporated in data marts (robots) do not need to be documented separately as they share common financial control points. Extract and analyse your Financials data securely from Oracle eBusiness Suite, SAP Netweaver BW or other General Ledgers - without risk of losing financial control.

D4E can provide the financial control points that auditors look for because of business intelligence and enterprise reporting capabilities that inter-operate with MS Office.  D4E exists in menu options and toolbars but is not embedded in spreadsheets. D4E creates spreadsheets with financial data extracted from databases. It does not use external formulas that can become missing values (‘#NAME?’) inside cells. Consequently, the spreadsheet can have the highest-fidelity formatting of Financials that only Excel can provide.