Manage SAP segregation of duties with ease

Find and resolve any SoD violation before they impact operations

 

 


 

 

 

 

SoDInsight- Segregation of Duties App

Having challenges in segregating business duties and giving incompatible authorities to employees put you in risk. Your company suffers from financial loss due to incidental user mistakes or intentional fraudulent. In order to solve these problems while using SAP system, a tool is needed to resolve any violation in the user’s authorities. For that we have designed SODInsight, it is a powerful tool to protect the integrity of the company’s data by providing accurate visibility of who is able to access what across the various applications.


 

Key Features and Functions


 

 

 

Define Business Transactions

The purpose of this phase is to define the company’s business processes and gain a clear understanding of all the sensitive functions and conflicts that might happen

 

 

 



 

 

 

 

 

Build Rules of Conflicts

Build the rules of conflicts on the system in order to scan users against them.


Scan Users

By clicking on scan and show results, all conflicts are detected and users that have conflicts are displayed. After identifying the areas of conflicts related to the users, actions should be taken to resolve these issues.


 

 

The Importance of Segregation of Duties

Segregation of Duties (SoD) is the action of preventing incompatible responsibilities to be executed by one person. By enforcing your SoD rules, you will:

   Ensure that no single employee has authorities on conflicting tasks.

   Reduce risk of fraud associated with conflicting user access.

   Facilitate audits procedures.

Segregation of duties is achieved through assigning employee’s roles in a proper way during the design of internal controls. This requires individuals to be restricted only to perform functions that will not put the company at risk. This is the first step to prevent user’s access to sensitive information within their system which jeopardizes the financial well-being of the company. 

Example of violating responsibilities:

·   The person who requests the purchase of goods or services should not be the person who approves the purchase.

·   The person who is setting up new employees should not be the person who is processing payroll.

 

 

 


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