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Exchange Summit Americas: How Automating Your P2P Controls Can Mitigate Risk

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In Zürich (Schweiz)

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Tipologie Seminar
Niveau Fortgeschritten
Ort Zürich (Schweiz)
Unterrichtsstunden 8h
Dauer 1 Tag
  • Seminar
  • Fortgeschritten
  • Zürich (Schweiz)
  • 8h
  • Dauer:
    1 Tag

April 24, 2017, Orlando, USA
9 a.m. – 12.30 p.m.
How Automating Your P2P Controls Can Mitigate Risk
Chris Doxey, President, Doxey Inc., USA
Given today's turbulent supply markets and volatile global business environment, Procure to Pay (P2P) professionals need to be in a position to make timely decisions about their suppliers and to properly manage risk. We suggest that an automated internal controls process can support a formal, structured risk management capability. This approach creates visibility into supplier performance and also spotlights supplier risk issues and enables additional supplier collaboration.

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Renaissance Zürich Hotel, Thurgau, Schweiz
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Procure to Pay
Internal control
Risk Management
Continuous controls monitoring
Continuous transition monitoring
Supplier Management Lifecycle
Cash leakage


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Workshop Objectives

This hands on and interactive workshop takes a look into internal controls and risk management best practices for the P2P process and takes things a step further by exploring the benefits of continuous controls monitoring (CCM) and continuous transition monitoring (CTM). Attendees will learn how the tools available today can help mitigate risk within their P2P process which can help prevent cash leakage. This workshop will also provide examples of how CCM and CTM tools can help with root cause analysis and provide additional supplier analytics throughout the Supplier Management Lifecycle. Lastly, the attendees will receive the Top Ten Supplier Management Best Practices and the Top Twenty Accounts Payable Internal Controls.

According to Gartner, continuous controls monitoring (CCM) is defined as a set of technologies to reduce business losses through continuous monitoring and reducing the cost of audits through continuous auditing of the controls in financial and other transactional applications. CCM tests an existing control to determine whether it is operating correctly. Now if we add continuous transaction monitoring (CTM) to our arsenal of P2P risk mitigation, we’re testing a transaction for integrity after it’s been processed. CTM determines if the transaction, such as an invoice, has been processed correctly. CTM can help a P2P professional design or re-design processes, policies, and specific controls. CTM also validates the adequacy of the transactional controls that are already in place and can assist with identifying stronger detective controls.

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