Segregation of Duty

Auditing and Reporting as a Service

Learn how this simple, economical, powerful and proven solution reduces access control risk.
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Opening the Door for

Small to Medium SAP® Enterprises

Managing Access Risk is now available for any size organization.
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GRC 20/20 2014 Innovation Award

How ERP Maestro Works
GRC 20/20 analyst Michael Rasmussen discusses the reasons
behind selection of ERP Maestro for its 2014 Innovation Award.
See how ERP Maestro allows clients to expedite the identification
and remediation of ERP access control conflicts.

Learn how ERP Maestro® Can Help You

About ERP Maestro®

ERP Maestro® simplifies Segregation of Duty access control compliance in an ERP environment, allowing our clients to expedite the identification of their access control conflicts and remediate Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) internal control violations. 

As the only Cloud based Access Control Analytics solution available today that’s engineered with a rapid implementation toolset and actionable remediation reporting capabilities, our clients are provided with an accelerated means to identify access control risk issues. This is accomplished via a cost effective, high value Software as a Service that eliminates the need for capital intensive acquisitions. 

In the past, complexity and cost were impediments for many companies in achieving compliance. With the advent of ERP Maestro®,  access risk compliance is no longer a daunting task. 

Latest News

  • ERP Maestro Award-Winning Cloud-Based Segregation of Duty Solution Offers “SAP Health Checks” at SAPinsider GRC 2014 Conference

    By Howard Frankel | Mar 12, 2014
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  • ERP Maestro receives the 2014 GRC 20/20 Technology Innovation Award

    By Jody Paterson | Mar 05, 2014
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