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Prioritizing Your Data Analytics Work with Benford's Law: IDEA Webcast Series

Event Start Date: 7/20/2017 11:00 AM Event End Date: 7/20/2017 11:30 AM

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An abundance of data to analyze is great, right?!?! More data – more insights! But how do you know where to start? How do you prioritize your search? How can you narrow down the items you want to review first?

Benford’s Law is highly effective in identifying high-risk areas based on irregularities or abnormalities within the data.

Join us for a complimentary webcast with Kurt Johnson, Solutions Development Manager and statistics expert, to learn how to use Benford’s Law to:

  • Prioritize your search for unusual transactions
  • Identify at-risk areas that require further investigation
  • Easily spot unusual patterns of data that may indicate fraud or errors

  

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Hands down, IDEA is easier to use than other analytics tools. To fully maximize your use of IDEA and for faster implementation, we recommend new and experienced users take advantage of our many training opportunities. Our courses are offered throughout the U.S. and online for all levels of users (Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced). Many will even earn NASBA CPE credit and help you work toward CaseWare Analytics IDEA Certification.

The best thing about our training - our first-class instructors. We've been working with IDEA for over 20 years - we know the product inside and out. Our instructors are Certified Public Accountants (CPAs), Certified Fraud Examiners (CFEs) and Certified IDEA Data Analysts (CIDA) with experience working in the trenches of accounting, audit and finance. Plus, they make learning fun…now that’s worth signing up for!

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I learned A TON! I am very excited to start applying the new concepts I learned to projects at the office and to also share my knowledge with co-workers.