Amdocs has selected HandySoft’s SOXA Accelerator as its technology solution for Sarbanes-Oxley reporting compliance. Delivered through HandySoft’s partner Biconix International, the SOXA Accelerator will establish internal controls, monitoring, assessment and reporting procedures that are required by Sarbanes-Oxley. Implemented across Amdocs’ global operations, HandySoft’s SOXA Accelerator went live at the end of 2004. “As an international firm with a US listing, we are subject to NYSE regulations and specifically, the 2005 Sarbanes-Oxley deadline. Technology is indispensable in implementing effective controls and procedures to become fully compliant,” said Thomas O’Brien, Vice President of Finance and Investor Relations for Amdocs.
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