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The Blog About Spreadsheets, EUCs, Compliance Risk, and The Headaches Mismanaging Them Cause
CECL Model Risk & Compliance

CECL Model Risk & Compliance

What is CECL? Current expected credit loss, or the CECL framework, is a method of accounting for credit losses. CECL standards help organizations better time the recognition of credit losses through using expected (instead of incurred) loss models. In terms of scope,...

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ASC 606 Compliance & Spreadsheet Risk

ASC 606 Compliance & Spreadsheet Risk

In 2014, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) issued Accounting Standards Codification (ASC) 606. The International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) issued the international equivalent, International Financial Reporting Standard (IFRS) 15, at the same...

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Spreadsheets, EUCs, and the PRA

Spreadsheets, EUCs, and the PRA

An analysis of the latest Dear CEO letter highlighting spreadsheet and EUC risks The trend continues. Regulators globally are placing increased pressure on companies to more effectively manage their spreadsheet and end user computing (EUC) risk programs. The most...

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SaaS is Safe! Why You Should Trust The Cloud

SaaS is Safe! Why You Should Trust The Cloud

As individuals, we are constantly interacting with SaaS, Software as a Service, or software hosted in the cloud. From email and social media, to storing data and paying friends, we use the cloud to live our lives to the fullest. Large organizations have always been...

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The First Inventory of Anything (IoA)

The First Inventory of Anything (IoA)

Apparity’s experience working with organizations of all sizes and industries has taught us one very important thing. It's that no two organizations are alike. Software must be flexible to accommodate these differences. Even with a contained use-case like end user...

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