We are dedicated to providing Oracle governance, risk and compliance solutions and only implement the Oracle GRC suite of applications - Oracle GRC Controls, Oracle GRC Manager, Oracle GRC Intelligence and Oracle Internal Controls Manager. Because we complement, rather than compete with system integrators, we have established trusted partnerships with some of the leading Oracle service providers. Our trusted partnerships with these Oracle providers allow us to enhance the implementation by ensuring security and internal controls are optimally designed, implemented and proactively monitored and managed using the Oracle GRC suite of applications.
Oracle Risk & Controls Library
By leveraging the Appssurance Oracle Risk & Controls Library, we can significantly reduce a company's time and effort relevant to their external audit and/or SOX compliance efforts. We tailor our risk and controls library to the company's needs and requirements.
Appssurance consultants average over nine (9) years of Oracle GRC experience. Therefore, all Appssurance consultants have been performing this specific type of work prior to the passage of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act. Together we have provided Oracle security/controls services to 100+ companies - public and private; domestic and international.
Our extensive Oracle Applications knowledge and experience allows Appssurance consultants to fully engage in serving our clients. We only deploy resources with extensive experience in providing Oracle Applications assurance solutions. In the end, our experience allows us to provide our clients more value for a fraction of the cost when compared to the larger accounting/consulting firms.
The benefits to engaging Appssurance to assist you with controlling your Oracle applications environment:
- Extensive Oracle assurance engagement experience
- Reducing external audit and SOX compliance costs
- Implementing leading Oracle control solutions to minimize risk
- Implementing manageable Oracle controls monitoring solutions
- Anticipating and complying with audit requirements