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Does anyone have experience with setting up a SOX software solution in addition to getting advice/guidance from SOX consultants?
We’re still in the process of choosing a SOX software solution and we’re finding out that we will most likely ALSO need to enlist the assistance of a consulting firm (at least at the beginning) to get us off the ground and set us in the right direction. We were originally under the mistaken impression that the software would take the place of consultants.
I know that all cases are unique, but can anyone tell me whether this sort of ‘hybrid’ approach to SOX compliance is common practice?