Companies care about anti-bribery and corruption, but too often their compliance program is not integrated with business operations. Even with controls in place, data silos and manual processes create risk where non-compliant spending and behavior could fall through the cracks.
To truly operationalize compliance, there needs to be an easier approach. It starts with using your data to improve internal processes and boost decision-making quality.
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