SAS (Cary, N.C.) released a new component to its SAS Fraud Framework—SAS Enterprise Case Management. The new software is designed to streamline investigations with more analytics.
Case management provides information for financial reporting, such as fraud losses, and is the primary resource for filing regulatory reports to government agencies. In addition, the disposition of cases under investigation is a critical element to enhance future monitoring and overall operational efficiencies of the organization.
SAS Enterprise Case Management is also able to integrate information from siloed monitoring systems used by other business lines, products or channels. The system offers a triage queue where users can review work items sent to the system automatically prior to appending to an existing case, creating a new case, or closing the work item. SAS Enterprise Case Management pre-populates forms and automatically prepares batch reports to help users meet e-filing standards for regulatory submission. The system includes interactive dashboards that enable management to analyze operational performance of investigative functions and recognize trends to provide improved oversight and governance of risk management practices, SAS claims.