TechnologyCartesis launches governance software suite

Cartesis launches governance software suite

Cartesis adds new product incorporating governance and risk capabilities to its suite

Business software group
Cartesis has launched
a new product that broadens its current platform to include integrated financial
governance, risk and compliance support.

The new product, Cartesis Governance, will provide a single framework for
performance management, reporting and sustainable compliance, which will improve
financial reporting and close processes, and reduce the cost of compliance by
integrating these activities.

‘Global regulatory requirements are a fundamental part of doing business
today, and companies are actively looking for ways to better manage the costs
and processes associated with financial compliance,’ said Cartesis chief
executive
Didier
Benchimol
.

Cartesis Governance will be available in May, and will offer support for a
range of financial compliance legislation including
Sarbanes-Oxley
, Loi de Sécurité Financière, J-SOX, Tabaksblat, and so called Euro-SOX
requirements which will be implemented under local member state law through
2008.

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