Moving Beyond Ad Hoc Integrations to Intentional Fraud Prevention Design

Foundational Refreshed: 08 January 2018 | Published: 08 September 2016 ID: G00314694


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Designing a fraud prevention strategy during crisis situations perpetuates a cycle of incomplete and ineffective integrations, increasing the likelihood of future points of crisis. It is time for IT leaders to give fraud prevention a proper seat at the architectural and business operations table.

Table of Contents

  • Introduction
  • Analysis
    • Create a Truly Cross-Functional Team for Current State SWOT Analysis
    • Evaluate Your Organizational Priorities and Weaknesses
    • Create, Socialize, and Gain Agreement for the Proposed Strategy
    • Design the Integration, Write Requirements and Identify Phases
    • Evaluate RFP Responses, Demos and References
    • Define Integration Phases and Obtain Organizational Commitment
  • Gartner Recommended Reading
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