Posted in Policy Reporting Risk

Why Use AI For Audits? ‘The Mind Gets Trained To Have A Positive Bias’

The number of fraud examiners using artificial intelligence and machine learning to detect and deter fraud is expected to triple in the next two years….

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Posted in Payment Risk

Fraudsters Busted For Stealing $1 Million Through T&E Card, Expense Processes

A Connecticut woman this week pleaded guilty to embezzling more than $1 million from her company during a three-year period to 2016 by exploiting payment…

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Posted in Methods Reporting Risk Suppliers

AppZen: AI For The Back End

You probably won’t find “auditing expense reports” on a list of tasks humans are sorry to see go to bots. Sensing an opportunity in this…

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Posted in Methods Risk

Big T&E Fraud Cases Serve As Reminder Of The Many More Small Ones

A once prominent physician is due Dec. 4 at a medium-security prison in Otisville, N.Y., to serve a 366-day sentence for unlawfully obtaining more than…

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Posted in Productivity Risk

Privacy Shield Alive For Now As Europe, U.S. Set Annual Review

[UPDATE, Oct. 25, 2017: The European Union affirmed the Privacy Shield framework following its first annual review. It announced some recommendations about how companies should…

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Posted in Reporting

From Data Management Firms, Clients Demand The Future

It seems that some corporate travel decision-makers are endlessly dissatisfied with data. It’s imperfect, dumped on them in buckets and hard to present to executives….

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