SOX function transformation
Significant opportunity exists to transform your SOX function
"Strategic evaluation of SOX execution can differentiate a company and enhance its competitive advantage." Robert Cullen, Partner, Ernst & Young LLP
Many organizations still treat the SOX function as a difficult compliance exercise.
What if you could:
- Reduce your SOX operating costs by improving your testing procedures?
- Be capable of quicker, more on-point decision-making across your entire enterprise?
- Free up existing resources for strategic initiatives?
By changing how you think about and execute your SOX function, you can.
In April 2011, Ernst & Young surveyed 225 global executives and found organizations were still treating SOX as they did in 2002: as a compliance exercise.
Our series, 5: insights for executives, indicates that a strategic transformation of the SOX function is an overlooked path to competitive advantage.
In this report, we explore the questions:
Answers to your questions, at a glance