Proper segregation of duties (SoD) is one of the first things auditors look for when reviewing your NetSuite account. Unfortunately, it’s also one of the most difficult, time-consuming and expensive to establish — particularly in mature or complex NetSuite instances.
It's not uncommon to hear of SoD projects that take many months to complete, or that fail to finish altogether. The reason for this is simple. NetSuite’s customizability makes it very easy to create new user roles and permissions — which is convenient but, when done without appropriate controls or processes, causes massive amounts of work come audit time.
There is a better way. In fact, any company can implement SoD in a few weeks — it just takes the right tools. In this webinar, industry experts Amy Carlson and Mark Walker provide a comprehensive look at rapid SoD implementation in NetSuite.
Get audit-ready access controls in weeks — not months
Most SoD tools can tell you where you have conflicts, but not how to fix them. The result is plenty of ‘false positives’ — unused rights and permissions that are safe to delete, but show up as conflicts in your reporting.
Strongpoint is the only native tool for NetSuite to solve this problem — and save you weeks of investigative work. Our SoD module not only identifies conflicts, but gives you the tools to understand what is real and what can simply be resolved.
SoD Can Be Simple.
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- What is an SoD conflict?
- Three critical decisions to make before beginning an SoD project
- ‘Phantom conflicts' — why they occur and how to avoid them
- How to locate unused permissions and rights
- How to use automated access reviews to simplify SoD projects
- Planning a rapid SoD implementation