ERP Advisors Group to Provide Insights on Internal Control over Financial Reporting with ERP

United States, Colorado, Denver – 07-13-2020 (PRDistribution.com) — On Thursday, July 16, ERP Advisors Group will broadcast a live podcast to discuss ERP and financial solutions for Sarbanes-Oxley compliance, including automated internal controls compliance and testing, and how to minimize the cost of such tests.

Register here: https://www.erpadvisorsgroup.com/events“Internal control is geared to achieving objectives in operations, reporting, and compliance,” said Shawn Windle, the Founder and Managing Principal of ERP Advisors Group. “Conventional wisdom says that up to five percent of revenue in America is lost due to fraud, and our hope is that this call can provide guidance on how internal control can help reduce that fraud.”Sign up here for the live broadcast: https://www.erpadvisorsgroup.com/events/internal-control-financial-reportingERP Advisors Group evaluates software solutions across dozens of industries to provide independent guidance on enterprise software, helping clients find solutions and tools to handle the most unique requirements.“Enterprise software projects are not without risk,” said Windle. “That’s why you need a trusted advisor to help you navigate complex projects. We don’t sell software or take commissions. Being truly independent ensures we find the right e-commerce solutions for our clients.”To register for the call, please visit https://www.erpadvisorsgroup.com/events/internal-control-financial-reporting

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Company Name: ERP Advisors Group
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Phone: 720-542-7801
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Website: https://www.erpadvisorsgroup.com/

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