TeamMate CM is the SOX compliance software you have been waiting for to address SOX, A-123, and other financial reporting compliance standards. The highly flexible design and dynamic working view allow for quick access to relevant data and for performing multiple activities from a single screen. While the primary purpose of TeamMate CM is for SOX compliance and its global counterparts (A-123, etc.) it easily manages other compliance management activities where identification, evaluation, testing and certification reporting are required.
Designed and developed with extensive input from experienced controls management software& users, this SOX compliance software can be used as a stand-alone solution or seamlessly integrated with the award winning and audit industry standard TeamMate Audit Management System.
All important information such as program steps, issues, coaching notes, sign-offs and edit histories are contained in database tables. Database driven systems such as TeamMate controls management software allow real- time, team-based use, facilitate filtering and sorting of key information, and are more powerful than simple document-based systems.
You can filter and sort key information instantly. For example:
Various Perspectives on your data are available to show the most relevant details If your interest lies in the overall Control Assessment, details related to each of the identified Controls will be displayed. If you need visibility to the status of Self-Assessment completion, flip to the Self-Assessment Review perspective without leaving the screen you have open. Discover the views that work best for you by changing your Perspective within the available Dimensions.
Most organizations have an average of 2,500 Controls – if you test them quarterly, that’s 10,000 instances. Imagine if you need to edit a control that is in use in multiple areas of your organization and you realize in the first Quarter that the control has changed slightly. How many individual updates would be needed if you had to perform them all individually?