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Seven Ways to Minimize Fraud Risk for Your Business

August 30, 2012

Did you know that the average organization loses 5% of its
annual revenue to fraud?  And these
losses are projected to equal $3.5 trillion of Gross World Product.  Smaller organizations are often
disproportionally victimized by fraud, as they tend to have fewer preventative
tools. 

What many of these organizations fail to realize is that a
few simple changes, like eliminating checks and cutting out paper, can go a
long way in minimizing fraud risk.  A
great way to make these changes is to implement a cloud-based financial system
like Bill.com

Join us for a free webinar on Monday, September 10, with
Darsi Casey, CPA and René Lacerte, Founder and CEO of Bill.com. They will discuss seven
ways you can minimize fraud risk for your business. Darsi is a proud user of
Bill.com for her clients and her own business, and she has been impressed with
the system’s ability to reduce the instance of fraud.  Bill.com has allowed her to cut out checks,
eliminating the risk of check manipulation, and creating a clear and accessible
audit trail. 

Register today for the webinar and learn how you can stop
being a statistic!  Here are the
details.  We hope to see you there.

Date: September 10, 2012
Time: 1 pm PDT

Title:  “Seven Ways to Minimize Fraud Risk
for Your Business”

Speakers: 

Darsi-lg    Darsi
Casey, CPA, Managing Partner, Casey, Neilon & Associates 

ReneLacerte1    René Lacerte, Founder and CEO, Bill.com

 

Moderator:   Lisa Lang, VP of Marketing, Bill.com

 

Register Here!

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