Webinar: Detecting & Preventing Fraud in your P2P Process 

Thursday, October 22, 2020 | 11:00am ET

Although Sarbanes Oxley and other compliance requirements are in place to protect and prevent fraud, it doesn’t stop there.

There are many scenarios that financial fraud occurs if you don’t have proper internal or automated controls in place.

This webinar will identify the risks, fraud flags and tips on how to develop a plan that will help detect and prevent fraud in your P2P process. We’ll also discuss how automation can help to prevent a fraudster from infiltrating your P2P process.
Join Chris Doxey (Internal Controls and Risk Management Consultant at Doxey, Inc.) and Jan Van Der Pouw (Digital Transformation Director at Proactis) to hear anecdotes about:
  • The risks and “fraud flags” within your P2P process to watch out for.
  • How organizations implemented automation to help prevent P2P fraud.
  • A tried-and-true action plan on how to implement a new or enhanced P2P internal controls program that will detect and prevent fraud.
About the Presenters
CHRIS DOXEY | President |
Doxey Consulting

Chris is an author, speaker and management consultant who is passionate about improving and digitizing financial processes. She focuses on risk management, internal controls, analytics and metrics. Chris has extensive experience with the development of trade directories, defining Procure-to-Pay (P2P)  transformation opportunities, implementing best practices for financial operations and designing self-audit tools.

JAN VAN DER POUW | Business Transformation Director | Proactis

Jan has been with Proactis since 2008 in 2019 he became as Digital Transformation Director responsible for global Customer Success in supporting their Digital Transformation initiatives. He has 35 years’ experience in the software industry in Europe and the US. Previous Roles include Managing Director Proactis Benelux, CEO Tryllian, Managing Director Europe Coda Plc, and management roles in software companies like Baan, IBIAS, Amyyon, Assist and Twinfield.