INDEPENDENT ANALYSIS OF THE INTEGRITY OF YOUR VENDOR SPEND, PROCESSES AND CONTROLS
FISCAL’S Finance Risk Review highlights high-risk payments and vendors that have bypassed your existing controls, and always delivers valuable procure-to-pay (P2P) actionable insights.
The demands on your time and resources are minimal: we do most of the work. We process your transactional data and master vendor file through our cloud software and share the results with you. We will include an in-depth range of potential high-risk payments, processing issues, and compliance breaches that will allow you to make immediate cost savings.
The process also enables a clear assessment of the potential benefits of our solution, whilst enabling an evidenced backed business case to facilitate an informed decision.
Immediate benefits of a Finance Risk Review include:
- Independent analysis
- Provides immediate tangible cost savings
- Identifies your highest-risk payments
- Highlights areas of vulnerability and non-compliance
- Includes a dashboard of P2P KPIs
- Reports on potential high-risk vendors and incorrect master data
- Reveals priorities for process improvements
"FISCAL’s consultants were very knowledgeable with the systems we use and were able to carry out the work with limited input from our colleagues. They churned through a mountain of transactional data, delivering excellent insights and value, and all within a few days. Their work has added value and enhanced our internal controls and processes."
Program Manager, Global Shared Services, Large Supermarket Retailer.
“Across the board, the presence of anti-fraud controls was correlated with lower losses and quicker fraud detection. The 36.7% of victim organizations that were using proactive data monitoring and analysis techniques as part of their anti-fraud program suffered fraud losses that were 54% lower and detected the frauds in half the time compared to organizations that did not use this technique.”
2016 Global Fraud Study “Report to the Nations”
The Centre for Counter Fraud Studies at the University of Portsmouth concludes that fraud in Britain is taking place “on an industrial scale”. In their “Annual Fraud Indicator 2016” report, they estimate the total annual losses to Fraud in the UK to be in the region of £193bn. The same report estimates that Procurement Fraud (that is Fraud related to the supply of goods and services) averages 4.78% of total expenditure.