London (PRWEB UK) 16 December 2015
With ever greater pressure on management to achieve ‘more for less’ with greater visibility and control over financial business processes, optimizing the ERP landscape is creeping up the priority list. But the investment costs of such an endeavour are high and can often run for a decade or more.
As always, top of the finance and IT agenda is the need to reduce cost but also to support the business increasingly effectively whilst facilitating auditability and visibility.
It is common to hear about the costs of a GRC program, but much rarer to hear about the operational cost savings achieved as a result of the enhanced standardization and control that is central to such an initiative.
This is a unique opportunity to delve into the success story at Sony Music and how and why this global company prioritized this agenda, as well as giving a broader education in the governance, risk and compliance field, offering advice on best practices and entry points relevant to anyone responsible for delivering the operational results from their own SAP journey.
This webcast will appeal particularly to those in executive management, risk & control, audit and the IS function, as they all have a critical role to play in ensuring that finance processes are operating efficiently, effectively and in compliance with organizational governance policies and requirements.
This event will take place on the 12th January 2016. Dave Cornine, VP of Global Financial Systems at Sony Music, will be joined by Dan French, Founder and CEO at Consider Solutions and a regular speaker on World Class Finance, risk management, control and compliance, process & ERP optimization.
About Consider Solutions:
Consider Solutions has crafted a unique offering over the last 14 years that blends proven management consulting skills with a thorough grasp of evolving information technologies. Consider's expertise is in optimizing financial processes, managing risk and simplifying the burdens of compliance. Our shared goal is to help all types of organizations achieve and maintain a state known as World Class Finance.