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Supply chain fraud, waste, and abuse: The growing role of forensics and analytics

Published on: Jun 28, 2017

The immense data generated within today's corporate supply chains can contain vital insights for combating fraud, waste, and abuse. How can supply chain forensics and analytics capabilities reveal those insights and what are leading practices for using them? We'll discuss:

  • Potential competitive, regulatory, and litigation risks of ignoring supply chain information.
  • Risks associated with the improper safeguarding of sensitive data and intellectual property from cyberattacks and third parties.
  • Leading practices in forensics and analytics to address risks and help recoup costs through loss avoidance.

Learn about the importance of developing supply chain forensics and analytics capabilities and ways to capitalize on skills and insights already resident in your organization.

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