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Help Achieve Compliance Objectives with Microsoft Dynamics SL 2011

Last Modified Tuesday, January 7, 2014
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​The demands placed on executives to balance compliance requirements with those of stockholders and the market has increased dramatically over the past few years. In the face of laws such as Sarbanes-Oxley, along with increased scrutiny of long-standing government compliance requirements following a rash of corporate scandals, executives are challenged with the seemingly contradictory goals of compliance adoption and organizational agility. 

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​Compliance adoption brings highly structured processes and rigidity to activities, while the goal of organizational agility is to drive innovation, develop and expand customer relationships, improve operations, and build stronger business relationships. Balancing the rigidity of compliance with the flexibility that allows people to create a better and growing organization can be achieved through better understanding of compliance requirements and how they are integrated into business process systems that are people-ready and designed for agility.

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