London, UK (PRWEB) April 22, 2013
Consider Solutions, a leading provider of GRC, financial risk, control, compliance and process improvement solutions to companies worldwide, and an Infor Partner Network member, will share recent experiences and best practices within the CCM landscape at the Inforum 2013 conference on Monday April 22.
Consider CEO, Dan French, will discuss best practice approaches, case studies and business benefits of continuous monitoring. Sharing recent experiences, the presentation will showcase how effective monitoring of risk and control can drive substantial business value and operational cost reduction.The main focus will be placed on ways of ensuring business process optimisation and on key examples from areas such as P2P, O2C, T&E and R2R.
This talk comes at a time when both companies and public sector organizations face increased scrutiny from regulators, auditors, shareholders, and trading partners to assure the integrity of their business processes and safeguard sensitive information. This makes it ever more important for organisations to keep track of the advances in continuous monitoring of business processes.
About Consider Solutions (http://www.consider.biz)
Consider Solutions provides business consulting services to help organisations on their journey to World Class Finance. Applying management advisory, assessment and technology capabilities, Consider assists organisations with process optimisation, risk management and reducing the cost of compliance, control and assurance. The company believes that 'you can't manage what you don't measure' but that it applies to both performance and risk indicators as well as to exceptions that drain processes of efficiency. Consider's exception analysis solutions have evolved from this thinking and deliver tangible improvements in risk and performance management.
Consider Solutions clients in Europe, Asia and the Americas include great brands such as AstraZeneca, Bayer, BMW, Bombardier, Philip Morris International, Unicef, Mattel and Vattenfall. For more information please visit http://www.consider.biz