Session discusses advancements in technology that have affected forensic and valuation service providers, including more sophisticated accounting and computer systems as well as increased amounts of public and private data available to industry practitioners.
After this session attendees will be able to:
Assess and categorize the different types of data that exists publicly and privately to industry practitioners
Identify and understand additional tools and resources available to industry practitioners for purposes of data analysis and data manipulation
Differentiate and distinguish between the different methods of obtaining, cleaning/sanitizing, and analyzing data
Carnegie Mellon University, the Tepper School of Business
Principal & National Practice Leader, Forensic Technology Services,
Grant Thornton LLP