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Complying with government regulations, industry standards, or corporate quality initiatives can be complex and costly, but failing to measure up to such standards is not an option. The Microsoft Dynamics GP Risk Management Suite can help reduce the cost of regulatory compliance, mitigate the risk of compliance failure, and protect company assets.
The Microsoft Dynamics GP Risk Management Suite can help your business simplify compliance and mitigate risk by allowing you to:
Audit Trails Audit Trails provides Microsoft Dynamics GP customers with track, trace and reporting capabilities for any changes associated with any data in Microsoft Dynamics GP, and for any data in third-party software or customized software resident within Dynamics GP. This includes information related to a change; such as time, date, and user; as well as the ‘before data’ and ‘after data’ values associated with a change.
Electronic Signatures provides controls to help companies meet the requirements of data compliance regulations such as FDA 21 CFR Part 11 and the Sarbanes-Oxley Act. Electronic Signatures gives businesses the ability to secure any designated processes in the system, gain productivity in their processes, and win customer loyalty and confidence by providing better accountability and control of important processes in Microsoft Dynamics GP.
Merit Solutions’ Microsoft Dynamics GP Risk Management Suite is now Certified for Microsoft Dynamics (CfMD), which signifies that the solution has met Microsoft Corp.’s highest standard for partner-developed software. It is the first Microsoft Dynamics GP-based Audit Trail and Electronic Signature application to achieve this distinct certification.
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