15th and 16th March 2018. Riscomp sponsors the International SAP Conference on Internal Controls, Compliance and Risk Management in Amsterdam. Link We will contribute with the following presentation: How to boost your Internal Controls. After >15 SAP Process Control projects: what makes a successful GRC platform
This international SAP conference is a business focussed event designed to bring together and facilitate open discussion between all business professionals involved in enterprise controls, compliance and risk management.
“One could not imagine a better get away from busy project routine in hunt for inspiration than joining the like-minded people for productive dialogue. Leading SAP GRC experts, insightful project journeys, introduction to new products, thought-provoking speeches, productive networking, all of this came packaged in two-day SAP Conference in Amsterdam, March 15-16. Agenda included Internal Controls, Compliance and Risk Management.
Unlike in previous years, this time GRC conference was held separate from HR, BI and FI modules and from technical Security topics. And it has facilitated more intensive exchange of knowledge and experience. All what have been gained through challenging but successful projects. Our company has offered own share of know-how built over 20 successful implementations of SAP GRC components across various industries. Recent book published by Riscomp “Leveraging SAP GRC in the fight against corruption and fraud” was presented. And conference attendees had a chance of getting signed copies.
No one would argue that the best acknowledgement of consultant’s achievements is a happy customer. We were truly pleased to attend the presentation of Martha Caro from DHL Express. This implementation is considered one of the biggest SAP PC systems in terms data volume. Martha has told the exciting story of SAP Process Control implementation at her company. The audience was interested with DHL’s approach to assessments of control effectiveness and shared their opinions.
All in all it was an event worth calling productive dialogue. And we definitely look forward to continuing it.”