Sarbanes Oxley & Internal ControlsOur experienced professionals not only understand SOX requirements, but are also smart business partners able to provide expert advice and efficient compliance on a variety of accounting and finance issues.
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Moore Colson’s team of Sarbanes Oxley (SOX) professionals has hundreds of thousands of hours of experience assisting some of Atlanta’s largest and most well-known businesses with all aspects of SOX compliance. Our experienced professionals not only understand SOX requirements but are also smart business partners able to provide expert advice and efficient compliance on a variety of accounting and finance issues. We have the depth of knowledge to quickly grasp your complexities to ensure that you meet your SOX goals in a cost-effective and timely manner.
We carefully plan and tailor our approach to fit your business, industry and your external auditor requirements, sparing you unnecessary effort and cost.
A Customized Approach
We tailor our approach to accommodate your individual resource needs; ranging from a fully out sourced solution to a more limited coaching and consulting role.
What Your Auditors Expect
Our Sarbanes-Oxley compliance work passes the scrutiny of Big 4 and National Firm auditors. We know what your auditors expect and deliver what they want to see. By using Moore Colson as an independent consultant, your auditors can rely on our work to the maximum extent possible, minimizing your compliance cost.
A Comprehensive / Integrated Service Provider
Our SOX Team consists of veteran consultants – in both the Financial Controls and the Information Technology General Controls which are both essential to Sarbanes-Oxley compliance. This integrated approach also provides for a complete, comprehensive and efficient solution.
We execute a controlled, five phase approach with clear checkpoints, deliverables and milestones so you can track progress and your auditors are kept up-to-date:
- Phase 1: Risk-Based Scoping and Planning
- Phase 2: Documentation of Processes
- Phase 3: Evaluation of Controls
- Phase 4: Testing Effective Operation of Controls
- Phase 5: Reporting Results