TechnologyAccounting SoftwareSarbanes Oxley boosts Dicom

Sarbanes Oxley boosts Dicom

Document scanning for businesses that face the onerous requirements of Sarbanes Oxley pushed up sales for UK-listed software company Dicom.

Demand for supply

The document scanning provider’s chief executive, Arnold von Buren, said that companies making electronic archives and records of transaction to deal with the US corporate governance legislation had helped to increase first half sales by 13%.

‘People have to keep records and people have to access those records,’ von Buren told The Times.

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