In this recorded webcast we discuss the inherent risks, including potential vulnerabilities, associated with the Oracle EBS procure-to-pay business process and what configurable application controls can be leveraged to establish a base control foundation to help reduce the potential for fraud or inadvertent circumventing of internal controls.
The distributed ledger technology that started with bitcoin is rapidly becoming a crowdsourced system for verifying transactions of all types. Could it replace central banks?
Shifts in consumer values and preferences continue to fuel the evolution of video content as consumers increase over-the-top video offerings. This third annual report explores through new research consumer attitudes towards video content.
Why should established financial services companies join forces with upstart competitors?
This quarterly webcast is designed to address technical accounting issues impacting technology companies. In this webcast, PwC Technology and National Office practitioners provide an update on the latest ASC 606 amendments and TRG developments, and more.
As year-end rapidly approaches, it is time once again to plan for your annual filing. PwC's technology industry publication, Stay informed, 2015 SEC comment letter trends, provides a comprehensive analysis of recent SEC staff comments to assist you in understanding some of the key trends that are relevant to companies in the technology sector.
PwC’s technology sector publication Preparing for success: 2015 IPO SEC comment letter trends – Technology, provides a comprehensive analysis of recent SEC staff comments issued to technology companies filing their IPO registration statements.
While tech M&A volumes declined marginally in Q3 2015 compared to Q2, middle-market deal activity maintained momentum, keeping deal values in line with historical norms. During Q3, 62 technology deals closed, accounting for $25.1 billion.
This recorded webcast explains how organizations can bring data, analytics, visualization, compliance and risk management together in a repeatable and sustainable way to transform their risk and compliance initiatives.
The 2015 Digital IQ survey was conducted July through September 2015 and included 1,909 respondents from 51 countries. Responses were aggregated into 6 regions and 10 industries.