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Supply chain forensics: New insights on fraud, waste, and abuse

Published on: Jul 24, 2018

New supply chain technologies can improve visibility and operational efficiencies. But can they also give company leaders a new view into extended enterprise risk management (EERM) issues such as fraud, waste, and abuse? We'll discuss:

  • New technologies transforming global supply chains, including blockchain, robotic process automation, and cognitive intelligence tools.
  • Types of insights these technologies can provide into EERM, including supply chain fraud risks.
  • Using these tools to reduce supply chain fraud risks and recoup revenue leakage due to fraud, waste, and abuse.

Participants will learn about advantages of investing in a robust supply chain forensic capability that includes skills, tools, and other resources already resident in many organizations.

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