Top Cost Savings Initiatives for 2011 / 2012 - Updating
Your Plan For a Profitable Year
Regardless of any budget, cost savings and recovery projects can
be incorporated into any organizational plan for 2011 / 2012.
With past error percentages ranging from .1% to 6% (depending on the
category of spend) and go-forward savings opportunities of 50%
or more, companies owe it to themselves to establish and
optimize a set of cost saving initiatives for the coming
year.….before they disappear.
Specific learning objectives include:
Be able to tailor a plan for cost savings in the coming year, with no cash budget required, using a variety of easy-to-implement cost recovery / saving initiatives.
Discuss numerous case studies with the people who experienced the projects, to be able to better gauge future savings opportunities at your organization.
how cost recovery can support any Sarbanes-Oxley or other control testing plan, supplementing your existing staff at no cost.
Learn about instances when such cost-cutting reviews can also become effective fraud fighters.
60-Days (Fast Track) to Continuous Monitoring of Proactive Error
and Fraud Detection ... For Free
Fast, simple ways to start automated continuous monitoring
on your business processes will be discussed and provided to
participants with a focus on those areas expected to produce the
most payback. Once errors (and possibly fraud) are detected,
organizations can use any associated savings to pay for any
prior or future detection costs.
Specific learning objectives include:
Be able to prioritize
technology opportunities, depending on your company’s potential
for maximum savings, ensuring that the technology pays for
itself from day one.
B. Lanza, CPA, CFE
President – Cash Recovery Partners, LLC
Rich has two decades of experience in audit
technology and recovery auditing, becoming a leading authority
in these areas. Rich is the author of 13 publications and
training courses including the IIA’s Proactively Detecting
Fraud With Computer Audit Reports, which earned him an
outstanding achievement award from the ACFE and his most recent,
Cost Recovery: Turning Your Accounts Payable Department Into
a Profit Center for John Wiley & Sons. He has worked for
companies ranging in size from $30 million to $30 billion, and
in all he has helped them save money through the use of
technology and cost recovery initiatives.
Additional guest speakers to share case study examples include: CRS - Lease Audit Specialists, Health Decisions, Inc., Pinpoint Profit Recovery Services, Inc., and Source One Management Services, LLC.
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information on the speaker.
Additional Seminar Benefits
Copies of Rich’s current publication, Cost Recovery, Turning
Your Accounts Payable Department Into a Profit Center, will
be raffled off to attendees of the November 17, 2011 in-person
attendees will receive free tools to assist in their continuous
monitoring and cost recovery opportunity analysis efforts.
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Marriott Saddle Brook
138 New Pehle Avenue
Saddle Brook, New Jersey 07663
Phone 201-843-9500 for November 17, 2011 session or via the web
for the December 8, 2011 web session.
2 CPE Credits are available for attending the seminar which
are awarded based on a 50-minute hour.
Program Level /
Prerequisites and Advance Preparation
Basic / None
Group Live and Group Internet Based
Specialized Knowledge and Applications
For additional questions regarding
registration, please contact:
Lorraine Mariella, CSEP, CMP
Meeting Manager for
Cash Recovery Partners
complaint resolution, and refund policy
If you have any questions regarding the course, our
administrative and complaint policies, or were not satisfied
with this course and would like a refund of your seminar fee,
Richard B. Lanza
President of Cash Recovery Partners, via the following means:
Address: PO Box 31, Lake Hopatcong, NJ 07849