SOURCE: Axentis

June 03, 2005 10:57 ET

Compliance Consortium to Present Published Findings at Local Sarbanes-Oxley Seminar

Discussion Will Focus on Leveraging Sarbanes-Oxley Investments to Accomplish Broader Governance, Risk and Compliance Objectives

CLEVELAND, OH -- (MARKET WIRE) -- June 3, 2005 -- The Compliance Consortium, an international membership organization designed to promote effective and efficient enterprise governance, risk and compliance (GRC) management, announced today that its recently published framework for managing enterprise-wide compliance will be featured in the upcoming seminar series entitled, "The Three R's of Sarbanes-Oxley Compliance" presented by Axentis, Jefferson Wells and IBM.

"We have already received positive feedback from hundreds of organizations on our operational approach to compliance," said Sebastian Holst, president of The Compliance Consortium. "We are very pleased to have the opportunity to further share our findings through this venue." Mr. Holst will be presenting an overview of The Compliance Consortium's recent publication, "Governance, Risk Management, and Compliance: An Operational Approach."

The initial three-city executive series is scheduled as follows:

--  Thursday, June 9th - Los Angeles at the W Los Angeles Westwood
--  Thursday, June 16th - Houston at the Westin Galleria
--  Thursday, June 25th - Philadelphia at the Philadelphia Westin
    
Attendance at the seminars and is free, though registration is required. For more information and to register, visit http://axentis.com/3rseminar.aspx.

About The Compliance Consortium

The Compliance Consortium (www.thecomplianceconsortium.org) is an international membership organization designed to promote effective and efficient enterprise governance, risk and compliance management (GRC). Areas of interest include GRC best practices and reference architectures, influencing and contributing to GRC-related industry and computing standards and establishing conferences and other professional events focused on GRC-centric topics. Founding Consortium Members include Axentis, Approva, Corpedia, Hyland Software, Inc., Hyperion, Intuition, Jefferson Wells, Navigant Consulting and The Network.

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