Don’t Short-Sheet the Internal Analysis in an IBM Audit

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Scott & Scott, LLP attorney, Christopher Barnett, says that in IBM audits, the deployment data and account records necessary for an accurate internal analysis are more voluminous and more complex than what companies may be expecting based on experience in other matters. Companies using IBM software should take the time to measure their audit readiness by determining whether they can produce the required data on demand

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