Good morning,

"Tight as a Drum" (tm)  http://www.upisox.com/drum.html  provides
outstanding software change management functionality. It's
"Beat the Drum" (tm) module provides SOX-savvy reporting that
directly addresses auditor points of inquiry.

The product works great for BPCS. Here's a reference letter excerpt
from Wabash Technologies which is moving from v6 to v8:

   "It's true that the internal controls enforced by Tight as a Drum add
    time relative to the manual methods we were used to. On the other hand,
    the product has made us more productive: with Tight as a Drum it's
    possible to quickly extract a group of linked objects as we begin a
    project and the process of deploying and installing the finished code
    after the testing is finished is much more efficient than it used to
    be. The productivity for AS/SET development projects is also
    a really big plus for us."

Productive interfaces with other development environments (e.g. LANSA,
Websphere, VBasic, AllFusion, etc.) are also available.

The product also arrives with a fully integrated help desk managment
module called "Drum Roll" (tm)  ... alternatively, APIs are available
to knit your existing help desk product together with Tight as a Drum.


Some companies are using "By Invitation Only" (tm) software as a
starting point for assessing separation of duty compliance within
BPCS.  http://www.unbeatenpathintl.com/BIOnly-start/source/1.html

Other SOX-savvy ideas for BPCS:  http://www.upisox.com/bells.html

Warm regards,

Milt Habeck
Unbeaten Path
North America:(888) 874-8008
International: (262) 681-3151
mhabeck@xxxxxxxxxx




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From: David Gibbs
To: SSA's BPCS ERP System
Sent: Wednesday, August 03, 2005 5:46 PM
Subject: Re: [BPCS-L] Software Change Control and Configuration
ManagementTool for BPCS, iSeries, and VB applications


Venu Gopal wrote:
We are looking for a software change control and configuration
management tool to work with our BPCS applications on the iSeries
(AS/400) and Visual Basic applications. This is to aid in satisfying a
'separation of duties' gap found in Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) related
auditing in my company.

Venu:

MKS Implementer (for iSeries, including BPCS, objects), coupled with MKS
Source Integrity (for PC/Unix source code) and Integrity Manager (for
issue tracking) would probably do everything you are looking for.

Contact me privately if you would like some more information.

david
(who works for MKS in addition to running these lists)


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