As companies become increasingly virtual, new mobile apps are being developed and used to address the task-specific business issues of end users. While businesses capitalize on innovative ways to mobilize sales teams and strengthen customer relationships, the fundamental functions of the organization are frequently overlooked. So, why not make these actions as simple and as easy as other aspects of the business world? And why not make these actions mobile? Specifically, mobile governance, risk and compliance (GRC) apps deliver more consumable information and processes that enable people to keep track of policy changes while also facilitating reviews, time-sensitive approvals and employee authorizations to access systems. Through intuitive screens and surveys, companies are taking advantage of device adoption to help users perform better and work from anywhere in order to optimize their performance and deliver greater value to the organization.
As mobile adoption is being embraced by businesses, attendees will learn how remote workers are using GRC applications to complete their job functions while on the move. This includes how analytics features, such as intuitive user interfaces with easy-to-understand task flows, are being integrated into all aspects of business functions. This presentation will drill-down into specific use cases of how workers can use mobile devices to ensure compliance to policies and procedures when working remotely.
Frédéric Laluyaux is the Senior Vice President and General Manager for SAP Applications for Enterprise Performance Management (EPM), Governance Risk and Compliance (GRC) and Finance Line of Business. He focuses on developing and commercializing software solutions that help organizations worldwide achieve Financial Excellence, aligning resources, people and technology to outperform stakeholders financial expectations ensure regulatory compliance and effective risk management and deliver superior service at reduced cost.
Laluyaux progressed in his career in the area of Corporate Performance Management in 1997 while he was in France with ALG Software, a leading provider in Cost and Profitability Management solutions. He later moved to the United States in 2002 to lead the ALG global operations. Before moving on to his current role in SAP, Laluyaux was instrumental in the incorporation of Enterprise Performance Management business in Business Objects, after its acquisition of ALG. He also managed the integration of Cartesis with Business Objects and thereafter Business Objects with SAP.
Prior to joining ALG, Laluyaux founded Transcribe Technologies, an EDI technology development company as well as Rive Droite Organization, a technical coordination firm.
Laluyaux holds a master’s degree and a bachelor's degree in business administration from Inseec Group in Paris, France
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