- ATLANTA, GA, March 02, 2007 - This new Web-based Compliance Manager allows remote users to access their company's database via the Internet with ease and confidence as they perform their SOX compliance activities. The reliability of the tool is enhanced by the use of Google's latest technology, Google Web Toolkit (GWT).
The Google Web Toolkit, or GWT, is an open source Java development framework that works seamlessly on top of AJAX, which is a web development technique for creating interactive web applications. Tim Ihde, the Chief Technology Officer and VP of Development for DoubleCheck, said "The GWT framework provides a significantly better environment for the development of feature rich web based applications, without the limitations of common scripting languages and without all of the usual headaches around browser compatibility."
The use of these tools together to deliver the web-based version of the S-O Comply Compliance Manager will enhance the interactivity, speed and usability of the product by non-technical users on the Web. The Compliance Manager can be deployed on any J2EE compliant web application server (Tomcat, JOnAS, JBoss, WebSphere, etc.).
DoubleCheck , LLC, is a leading financial compliance software solution company. S-O Comply is at the core of the DoubleCheck Business Governance vision. S-O Comply is a fully scalable and fully upgradeable product that enables the unification of governance, risk and compliance (GRC) across any organization, regardless of size. The DoubleCheck GRC Solution Suite offers a seamless migration path for product upgrades to those clients wishing to cross a bridge from initial SOX compliance to full GRC control. For more information about the financial compliance solutions from DoubleCheck, please call Paul Fine, Director of Marketing, at 770-551-2651, email firstname.lastname@example.org
, or visit our web site at www.doublechecksoftware.com
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