In partnership with the SAP Center of Excellence for GRC, the conference for Internal Controls, Compliance and Risk Management CCR will take place June 8-9 in Dublin. We are looking forward to meet you at this event, the only European business-centric conference designed for the full SAP GRC ecosystem. Expert sessions, case studies, quick wins, networking and insights directly into SAP – the CCR 2022 conference will bring a great benefit to GRC managers.

We at Riscomp as SAP partner are thrilled to be sponsoring again the CCR conference and share our experience in two interesting sessions:  

Riscomp Case Study with a large Utilities company: “Bringing IT General Controls to the next level”
In this session, you will learn how to enhance IT General controls within your Internal Controls framework, both conceptually and technically. Based on a real-life example, you will see how SAP GRC integration capabilities were used to the fullest extent in implementing ongoing prevention and detection of critical IT risks in a heterogeneous SAP landscape of a large utilities company.  
“Internal Controls with Merck: the Journey and Highlights”
In this session, you will learn about Merck`s ICS approach and journey. Among highlights, a major ICS program- and GRC-acceptance within Merck will be addressed. You will also learn how maximum efficiency and usability in SAP GRC were achieved, and what next steps are planned to further optimize the current SAP GRC platform.

Further GRC topics to be covered at this year’s CCR will include:

  • Embedding the latest technologies in your risk management and compliance processes
  • Your journey to SAP S/4HANA – What are the implications for GRC?
  • The benefits of RPA integration in achieving continuous controls monitoring
  • What’s new with SAP GRC solutions and what can you expect in the future?

Further information and registration you will find right here.  

We very much look forward to seeing you in Dublin this summer.

By the way: Our session on last year’s CCR conference concerning “Continuous Controls Monitoring – doing it right”, you’ll find here.