Compliance is a very important process that is required in the standard operation of an application. Software compliance is simply understood as how an application follows the rules displayed and put forth in a standard by the creators and designers of said application.
If the application that you created complies with the software standards you’ve set up, it’s more likely to remove any bugs found; any security weaknesses, and flaws in design will be pointed out for quick examination and removal as well. If the application is free of all structural weaknesses and flaws, it would be much more likely to comply with the software standards.
Compliance does not only refer to the rules and standards that you have set up, it also refers to the standards set forth in order to comply with the regulations necessary for the achieving compliance with your industry’s standards is in the best interest of everyone who participates in software development—from regulators and auditors to executives, the legal team, HR, PR, and all other employees. But only the development team can create code that complies with software standards. 
Managers of compliance have a responsibility to observe controls and continuously improve the efficiency of the controls in place. They must continuously review and modify (as necessary) certain processes and implement policies to identify possible issues with non conformity. Many companies rely on the use of an HR department, or compliance managers to watch over standards and regulations put in place by their employers, and prepare and issue reports for leaders and compliance auditors. Compliance auditors are systems, applications, and processes that may be used for the use of continued compliance in any regards forgotten about in the running and design of your application.