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SOX and Internal Controls for the Order To Cash Process (DR)

Digital Replay: The accounts receivable process includes sub-cycles that range from acquiring and accepting customer orders to recording and controlling cash receipts; and more, including properly valuing receivable balances. In management's selection of procedures and techniques of control, the degree of control implemented is a matter of reasonable business judgment. The common guideline used in determining the degree of internal controls implementation is that the cost of a control should not exceed the benefit derived. Subprocesses of the order to cash process (O2C) must have a foundation of internal controls for SOX 404 certification process. Join finance expert, Chris Doxey, CAPP, CCSA, CICA, CPC, as she explores those processes and highlights the risks and controls required for SOX 404. Topics covered in the session: Brief Overview of SOX 404 What Auditors Look For Process Flow of the O2C Process The Subprocesses Within the O2C Process Internal Control Standards Risks Key Controls

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