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November 15, 2017
I’m just back from the AP P2P conference where hundreds of professionals gathered to talk about the latest trends and technologies in the accounts payable and procure-to-pay (P2P) space. What was clear from chatting with many of the delegates is that there are still many companies working on... Read More »
September 21, 2017
Q: What are the different ways I can create an IDEAScript? A: There are multiple ways to do this in IDEA. The first and probably most obvious is to go to the Macros ribbon and select IDEAScript. This will bring up the IDEAScripting editor. From there you can start to create your script (you can... Read More »
July 26, 2017
Q: Can you please provide an example of how to use the ‘Filter’ option in CaseWare IDEA? A: The Filter option in the Print Report Reader is definitely an underused feature. It does exactly what it sounds like: it allows you to filter your file on certain items, or if it is a numeric field you can... Read More »
July 24, 2017
Version 5.4 of CaseWare Monitor is due to be released soon and to mark this event, Mike Gilbert, Product Owner for CaseWare Monitor, and Michel Caluori, Delivery Manager at CaseWare Analytics, hosted a webinar to detail the exciting new features and functionality. If you currently use or are... Read More »
April 11, 2017
Artificial intelligence. Advanced, predictive analytics. Machine learning. These terms are heard with increasing frequency in the compliance space as solution providers seek new ways to evolve technology offerings to get ahead of compliance challenges. But does this mean that rules-based testing... Read More »
May 17, 2016
The United Kingdom’s financial regulatory agency, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), has found that the British branch of Deutsche Bank has “serious” and “systemic” shortcomings in preventing its accounts from being misused for money laundering, sidestepping international sanctions or financing... Read More »
May 17, 2016
The United Kingdom’s financial regulatory agency, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), has found that the British branch of Deutsche Bank has “serious” and “systemic” shortcomings in preventing its accounts from being misused for money laundering, sidestepping international sanctions or financing... Read More »