[ON-DEMAND WEBINAR] Fraud Detection and Prevention in Manufacturing

September 23, 2016 Ashley Zhou | Digital Marketing Operations Specialist

Protect Your Bottom Line On-Demand WebinarProtect Your Organization’s Profits and Reputation

Manufacturers are often put at a higher risk to individuals who are willing to commit fraudulent activities, due to a lack of management understanding of the potential exposures and support for the necessary internal controls over procedures and protocols.The cost of reputational damage and lost revenue (often in the hundreds of thousands of dollars) can result in detrimental consequences to any manufacturing business.

Unfortunately, fraudsters come up with new techniques all of the time, requiring your internal systems and controls (including people, process, and technology) to be robust enough to stop them in their tracks. In the end, the risk of doing nothing can cost you more.

How do you know if you are at risk from employees or vendors trying to exploit your business?

View this recent on-demand webinar and learn insightful ways you can assess how, when and where your organization is potentially at risk for fraud—and what you can do to protect yourself.

Protect Your Bottom Line: Fraud Detection and Prevention in Manufacturing

SPEAKERS:
Shane Troyer, Partner—Advisory Services, Grant Thornton
David Doyle, VP of Sales, SYSPRO Canada

This recorded session, designed exclusively for manufacturing leaders, covers:

  • A framework to identify which business areas are most at risk
  • Common “red flags” or indicators that indicate fraud
  • Recommended internal controls (including people, process and technology) to protect against fraud

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