Business assurance is knowing your business decisions are based on solid, accurate, reliable business information and that legal and regulatory requirements are taken care of.
Strong business assurance means your business has the best chance of increased profits, company growth and continued success.
Business assurance is something every executive should be able to take for granted – but it isn’t. Time and again we meet senior leadership teams who can’t get the information they need about their business, or who know the information they’re receiving isn’t reliable.
That’s poor business assurance and it’s a big problem.
Business assurance isn’t always easy to gauge, but there are some common indicators. You’re likely to have a business assurance problem if you:
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