Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) compliance. Corporate scandals at Enron, Tyco, and MCI highlight the issue of opportunistic management behavior. The US Congress responded to these scandals by passing the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 (SOX). SOX imposes additional management responsibilities and corporate operating costs on companies trading under SEC regulations. This paper examines three options for US corporations responding to SOX: compliance with SOX, taking a company private, or moving to a non-SEC-regulated exchange, such as an international exchange. The SOX process demands a lot of documentation, so many smaller companies refrained to comply with this act. Compliance under the SOX provides an excellent opportunity for business firms to improve their strategic management processes. Companies are increasingly turning to technology in their Sarbanes-Oxley Act compliance efforts in order to automate internal controls or streamline their activities. We help clients in gap assessment, defining processes,templates, laying out technical controls , quarterly internal audit, compliance check and remediations etc. We provide SOX awareness training and implement applicable controls to make you SOX compliant.