Schubach, Michael
April 2005
Hospitality Upgrade;Spring2005, p128
Trade Publication
Seeks to elucidate the concepts engaged by the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, a legislation that aims to make financial information accurate and reliable. Determination of which sources of revenue are material to the total revenue stream; Ascertainment of which information systems are involved in the production and assembly of the material revenues; Documentation of the processes and procedures in order to generate and assemble financial information.


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