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spreadsheet

[spred′shēt]
a computer program that simulates a business or scientific worksheet and performs the necessary calculations when data are entered or changed.
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Depending on the risk levels assigned to each spreadsheet, here are examples of controls that can be implemented.
CIMCON's SOX-XL suite of products provide the industry's most comprehensive spreadsheet lifecycle solutions from discovery, risk assessment, analysis, and controls to archiving and record retention.
According to Ray Panko, a professor at the University of Hawaii and an expert on spreadsheet error rates, creating a complex spreadsheet is similar to writing a new piece of software, with all the potential for bugs that entails.
Prodiance delivers Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) solutions to help increase visibility, transparency and control over End User Computing applications such as spreadsheets, databases and BI reports which comprise a significant portion of mission critical data within organizations.
It enables organisations to reduce manually intensive spreadsheet based processes and assists with a wide range of business functions including audit, risk and compliance, trading, operations, finance plus client and regulatory reporting.
Compassoft's solution uses these policies to continuously flag potential problems within spreadsheets down to the cell level.
This changes the landscape of spreadsheet risk dramatically as current spreadsheets, which have already been proven, can be used without any changes to the underlying logic.
And there's no better place to start than with the ubiquitous spreadsheet, used by as many as 95% of U.
With these few simple formulas, Excel can extract information or reformat data so the spreadsheet can read them.
Typical data entry errors include familiar "typos" caused by quick fingers, yet other sources of data corruption are just as consequential and much more difficult to detect: a bad query copied into a spreadsheet, a bad sort that destroys the integrity of a row, or a mismatch of units.
A spreadsheet schedule for calculating estate tax for income in respect of the decedent.
Pro allows you to work with stored procedures using a parameter editor to set parameter values and provides the same spreadsheet features for any data returned by the stored procedure.