The Consequential Risk Of Weak Internal Controls: Fraud and Accounting Irregularities
IT Management

The Consequential Risk Of Weak Internal Controls: Fraud and Accounting Irregularities


By 170 Systems
  • 170 Systems

Overview

Useful real-world case studies demonstrate how workflow and imaging strengthen internal controls and reduce operating costs.

The typical U.S. organization loses 6% of its annual revenue to fraud. This white paper uses a series of real-world tales of fraud - some novel, some notorious - to illustrate how business process automation and imaging software provides improved internal controls, particularly where the unstructured world of paper meets the structured world of the ERP transaction record. These case studies show how workflow and imaging solve the classic financial executive's dilemma of trying to achieve the two opposing goals of strengthening internal controls while also reducing operating costs.

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