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Four Scenarios To Build The Business Case For Enterprise Fraud Management

Determine The Best Scenario To Reduce Fraud Losses And Increase ROI At Your Firm

September 5, 2017

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Why Read This Brief

The business case for enterprise fraud management (EFM) depends on reducing fraud loss across multiple transaction types (typically payments). We looked at fraud loss, investigation labor, as well as EFM solution license and implementation costs and modeled four on-premises and software-as-a-service (SaaS) scenarios to support EFM business cases. Security and risk (S&R) professionals can use these to compare the ROI of on-premises and SaaS EFM solutions with that of manual EFM processes to build the business case for their firm.

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Table of Contents

  • Lack Of A Business Case Causes EFM Projects To Stall Or Fail
  • Building A Business Case For An EFM Solution
  • Recommendations

  • Make Vendors Prove Their Solutions' Ability To Reduce Fraud Loss
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