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Three Ways ERP Can Help Manage Risk and Prevent Fraud
If enterprise resource planning (ERP) isn't properly implemented to manage risk, your organization may face loss due to fraud or other hazards. Take advantage

reporting fraud  as part of its reporting routines. Any time that tools outside an enterprise application are used, you need to ask how your data transfer methods can ensure completeness and accuracy in your business processes as data flows between two or three—or maybe more—separate and distinct systems. Using ad hoc tools like Excel—tools without a lot of built-in controls—means it's harder to guarantee data integrity. Taking measures to reduce alterations to your data outside of the ERP system makes a huge Read More

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SOX Segregation of Duties Matrix
I'll get to the downloadable SOX segregation of duties matrix in a moment, but first let me address a question from one of our readers.Needless to say, I

reporting fraud  elements 2. identifying material financial reporting risks within these accounts or disclosures 3. determining which entity-level controls would address these risks with sufficient precision 4. determining which transaction level controls would address these risks in the absence of precise entity-level controls 5. determining the nature, extent, and timing of evidence gathered to complete the assessment of in-scope controls You can find further information at the COSO and PCAOB web sites: Read More
Financial Reporting, Planning, and Budgeting As Necessary Pieces of EPM Part One: Executive Summary
Enterprise performance management (EPM) is an emerging portfolio of applications and methodologies with business intelligence (BI) architectures and

reporting fraud  stringent Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOA) reporting regulatory requirements following up the high-profile corporate fraud scandals (e.g., Enron , Tyco , and WorldCom ) have additionally increased executives' focus on understanding and managing corporate performance. New disclosure rules are prompting companies to share information faster (for example, accelerated filling of 10Q quarterly statements and 10K annual reports, report sales of stock by executives [insider trading] within days of the transaction, Read More
Segregation of Duties and Its Role in Sarbanes-Oxley Compliance Issues
The Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) requires publicly traded firms to demonstrate that their accounting and reporting practices are in compliance with regulatory

reporting fraud  highlights areas where fraudulent reporting is likely to occur, whether intentional or not. Among key provisions in this section is segregation of duties (SOD). SOD aims to close loopholes that would otherwise permit questionable accounting practices; one of its key attributes is that it allows the monitoring of processes and cross-verification of transactions processed in real time. In simplified terms, SOD is based on the concept of having more than one person in an organization that is able and Read More
The Financial Close: Optimizing Performance and Driving Financial Excellence
“Financial close” is a company’s ability to complete accounting cycles and produce financial statements for internal management and external legal reporting@and

reporting fraud  ad hoc analysis and reporting tools available to them to perform more inprocess analysis, thereby increasing insight and further contributing to reducing the time needed for the financial close. Automated Internal Control Processes As global regulatory mandates multiply and grow more stringent, manual approaches to control activities are becoming untenable. By embedding automated controls into your financial close process, you can move away from resource-intensive manual control activities to address Read More
IBM Cognos Business Intelligence
IBM Cognos Business Intelligence delivers the complete range of business intelligence (BI) capabilities, including query and reporting, analysis

reporting fraud  capabilities, including query and reporting, analysis, dashboarding, and scorecarding, on a single, service-oriented architecture (SOA). It expands traditional BI with planning, scenario modeling, real-time monitoring, collaboration, and predictive analytics capabilities. IBM Cognos Business Intelligence offers rich capabilities in the following areas: Visualization   Cognos Active Report provides the flexibility to incorporate new and innovative chart types as well as more interactive versions of Read More
Advertising Online - A Guide to Successful Market Penetration Part Three: Geo Targeting and Fraud Protection
The same type of technology used to identify and suppress certain types of traffic can also be used for good - geo targeting can supply geographically specific

reporting fraud  Online - A Guide to Successful Market Penetration Part Three: Geo Targeting and Fraud Protection Geo Targeting and Fraud Protection Programs Pay-Per-Click search engine traffic is a popular means of bringing qualified users to sites. Technology has evolved tremendously, allowing the targeting and tracking abilities of an engine to supply PPC campaigns with less advertising and more of a direct marketing platform. However, while the theory is sound, the traffic being supplied may not always be Read More
Preventsys Automated Reporting Solutions
Using aggregated dashboard views and establishing metrics can help IT audit and governance professionals and IT security professionals implement policies that

reporting fraud  Automated Reporting Solutions Using aggregated dashboard views and establishing metrics can help IT audit and governance professionals and IT security professionals implement policies that keep secure networks operational. Such tools can distill information to its essence, offer decision support, allow problems to be identified and isolated faster, and permit greater accountability. Ultimately, they allow more efficient and cost effective processes. Read More
Case Study: Community College Embarks on Financial Reporting System Implementation
The Nova Scotia Community College (NSCC) implemented Business Objects to create a financial reporting system that would run in real time, as opposed to taking

reporting fraud  College Embarks on Financial Reporting System Implementation In 1996, the Nova Scotia Community College ( NSCC ) became an independently managed, board-governed institution. NSCC is the primary community college body across the province, and represents thirteen main campuses as well as six community learning centers. The schools are housed across five main academic sectors, including business; access; applied arts and new media; health and human services; and trades and technology. NSCC provides a full Read More
The move to IFRS and XBRL
IFRS is an accounting standard dealing with global financial reporting. XBRL is an electronic language describing financial data according to global standards

reporting fraud  moving to International Financial Reporting System (IFRS) and extensible business reporting language (XBRL)? The advent of the Internet (circa 1980) resulted in global communication times shrinking to minutes from days or hours. The consequences of inexpensive, real-time, Internet-based access to information systems were that companies became global players, and then, that governments, international business partners, and subsidiaries needed a rapid and consistent way of exchanging data and analyzing Read More
Incorporating Reporting into Your Software: Should You Buy or Build?
In the race to market for your application every second counts. But there’s one key component to your program that, like many software developers, you’ve put

reporting fraud  Reporting into Your Software: Should You Buy or Build? In the race to market for your application every second counts. But there’s one key component to your program that, like many software developers, you’ve put off until the end. Your application works great, but you need a report writer. This white paper addresses the key considerations you need to weigh in deciding whether you should buy a reporting tool or build your own. Read More
The Top Ten Reasons Why Great Reporting Software Is the OEM's Killer App: How to Win More Deals and Make Your Customers Happier
The best way to attract more customers—and keep them—may be to upgrade your software's reporting component. Reporting brings together a myriad of details

reporting fraud  Ten Reasons Why Great Reporting Software Is the OEM's Killer App: How to Win More Deals and Make Your Customers Happier The best way to attract more customers—and keep them—may be to upgrade your software's reporting component. Reporting brings together a myriad of details, allows insight into massive amounts of data, and is the visible representation of an intricate process. It may be just a small part of what you do, but it's a crucial one. Download this white paper to learn more. Read More
Streamlining Your Conversion to IFRS: Challenges, Choices, and Transformative Technologies
Transitioning to international financial reporting standards (IFRS) is more than just a mandate—it’s an opportunity for companies to improve their financial

reporting fraud  AG (Wikipedia) International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) (Wikipedia) Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) (Wikipedia) Streamlining Your Conversion to IFRS: Challenges, Choices, and Transformative Technologies International Financial Reporting Standards is also known as : IFRS , International Accounting Standards Board , Iasb , IAS , International Accounting Standards Committee , Iasc , IFRS Transition , Use IFRS Adoption , Financial Consolidation , Streamlining Your Conversion to IFRS Read More
J.D. Edwards Teams with FRx Software to Improve Reporting Solutions
J.D. Edwards recently announced support for financial reporting solutions from FRx Software. This software makes it possible to consolidate information from

reporting fraud  FRx Software to Improve Reporting Solutions Event Summary DENVER, Dec. 14, 1999 - J.D. Edwards & Company (NASDAQ: JDEC), the leading supplier of agile software solutions for E-Business announced today its support for FRx Software Corporation's new initiatives designed to broaden its position as a premier supplier of financial reporting software. J.D. Edwards' enterprise business software coupled with FRx's financial reporting solutions enable corporate finance professionals to more easily access, Read More
IBM Cognos TM1
The IBM Cognos TM1 product is a multidimensional solution for budgeting, planning, forecasting, consolidations, reporting, and analytics. TM1 allows

reporting fraud  is an easy-to-use self-service reporting and analytics tool. Read More

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