Welcome to 2018! Big news for ERP Risk Advisors!!!
With a new year brings exciting news at ERP Risk Advisors. Happy New Year! We wish you the best for 2018.
First, we are pleased to welcome a new member to our team, Donna Curtis, who will be heading up our ERP Cloud practice after just recently leaving a big 4 firm as a Manager. She brings over 20 years of experience in the IT industry as a leading talent in the Oracle EBS/Cloud and Advanced Controls space with full life cycle implementations on multiple projects (30+). We are excited to have Donna on board.
Next, ERP Risk Advisors has launched partnerships with several new GRC software providers including SafePaas, Smart ERP, Oracle, Sentinel Software, and Fast Path. We now offer full risk advisory services for E-Business Suite, ERP Cloud, and PeopleSoft. We are THE niche firm in the Oracle GRC space and can provide high quality risk advisory services at a much lower price than the big 4 firms.
Additionally, we also have continued to deepen our most strategic relationship with CaoSys in the E-Business Suite space. With Oracle de-supporting their Advanced Controls Suite, CaoSys has become the only fully integrated software for E-Business Suite and just so happens to produce excellent software. We have collaborated with CaoSys to launch two new solutions – CS*License and CS*Lookback – which we know will be well-received by the market. See enclosed datasheets for these offerings. These solutions compliment an already superb suite of software that includes CS*Comply, CS*Audit, CS*Provisum, and CS*Rapid. Find our more about CaoSys at www.CaoSys.com
Finally, in 2017 I wrote three thought-leadership white papers called “The One Series” where I identified one configuration, one function, and one profile option that could undermine your manual Journal Entry controls. I have published a new article with another configuration, AutoPost Criteria, that could potentially undermine your manual Journal Entry controls. We are going to give end user organizations a one year head start before releasing this publicly. You can access it only in the Internal Controls Repository (ICR) which is only open to end user organizations (or you can email firstname.lastname@example.org and ask for it if you’d rather not sign up for the ICR).
If you haven’t read the other three articles, I’d invite you to download them from our homepage at www.erpra.net.
We are exhibiting at Collaborate 18 in Las Vegas this April and invite you to stop by our booth and say hello.
We are planning an update to my current book on E-Business Suite and will be expanding it to be called Oracle E-Business Suite Controls: Foundational Principles. We also hope to have a book on ERP Cloud published before Collaborate called Oracle ERP Cloud Controls: Foundational Principles.
If I can answer any questions or if ERP Risk Advisors can be of help in any way, please reach out to me at email@example.com or on my cell at 970-324-1450. Please also consider connecting with me via Twitter, LinkedIn, and my blog, links are below.
Regards,Jeffrey T. Hare
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