In this category, we explain how CABAM can help you with Process Execution.
Processes are often designed to perform a certain way, but once they are live, the process members don’t always execute those processes as designed – sometimes they do it inaccurately and other times they don’t do it completely or they do it out of sequence.
This section in CABAM is there to help you monitor your processes and make sure that people execute them the way they were designed.
I will demonstrate how CABAM can be used to perform completeness testing. In other words, checking that all the transactions that are required are in the system. Completeness is a very difficult objectives for management to ensure, but is important as it could lead to severe revenue leakage. For example, if we pay rent on the […]
Here we will demonstrate how CABAM can be used to identify outliers in transactional data sets. These outliers may have come as a result of be finger trouble that hasn’t been picked up yet or fraudulent transactions. Additionally, there could be shifts in customer behavior which have gone unnoticed. Let’s say we have a supplier […]
Here we will demonstrate how CABAM can be used to identify any invalid transactions This is done because if the financial and operational controls have not worked properly, it could lead to financial losses. An example of this would be an employee at a company. Let’s say he is paid on a certain day […]
Here we will demonstrate how CABAM can be used to make sure that all the process steps in a process have been executed completely. Sometimes only part of a process has been executed and managers have no visibility to the incomplete steps without lots of manual checking. CABAM prevents this with the All Process Steps […]
In this demonstration, we will show how CABAM can use Document Match to marry up 2 documents that are in different parts of the system. This may have to be done because or processes that may have fallen between the cracks resulting in a transaction that is stuck. It may also be helpful in […]