How Prepared Are You Against Error, Fraud, and Inefficiency?
Thursday, December 8, 2011 at 9 am PT
A new survey conducted among Oracle Applications Users Group members (OAUG) finds there is increasing interest in applying best practices gleaned from three inextricably linked initiatives - governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) management - to provide better management, control and accountability to crucial business processes.
Forty-five percent of Oracle Applications users believe business process inefficiencies and threats of internal fraud and abuse are a significant risk. Critical business processes, like procure-to-pay or order-to-cash, continue to incur costly errors, productivity losses and risks of internal fraud and abuse.
The question is: Do organizations have enough awareness of potential issues within their critical processes, and if so, do they have the right tools and methodologies to adequately address - or even anticipate - unexpected incidents?
Join Oracle and Unisphere for a live webcast to learn more about common practices that are most vulnerable to fraud and error, and the best practices and technologies used by leading vs. laggard organizations to drive the hidden costs out of operations and enforce process controls.
Speakers will include Thomas J. Wilson, president, Unisphere Research; Joseph McKendrick, analyst, Unisphere Research; and Stephanie Maziol, director GRC Applications, Oracle.