Visualizing Risk in Microsoft Dynamics Using Business Process Mapping

If implementing Microsoft Dynamics is like building a house, then business process maps are the blueprints. You shouldn't start hammering without blueprints and you shouldn't start implementing without process maps. They provide a clear overview into how the business operates, the individuals responsible for each step in the process and the systems required to complete the activities. A well-developed process map is the baseline for system configuration, end user security and training, product documentation, and system customization. 

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About Andy Snook

Andy is Certified in Risk and Information Systems Controls (CRISC) as well ascertified in Microsoft Dynamics and SAP.  

He has been designing audit and compliance solutions for over 13 years and has assisted with compliance projects at more than 100 companies. Under hisleadership, Fastpath has grown to support more than 1,000 companies in over 30 different countries and is recognized as an Industry Leader by the Institute of Internal Auditors. 

Prior to his time at Fastpath, Andy was a financial systems implementation consultant for Microsoft Dynamics and an SAP management consultant with Ernst & Young. He graduated from the University of Notre Dame with degrees in Economics and Computer Applications.

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