We help spot inappropriate activities that are causing direct and indirect loss and damage to an enterprise, targeting both internal and external fraud.
As transport providers strive to deliver efficient services, they open up opportunities for those seeking to take advantage – both from within their organisations and from those who would otherwise be legitimate customers. Minimal controls on an internal process can open the door for an insider seeking to profit illegally – be it through exploiting procurements or misuse of a company benefit, for example. In public transport, individuals continually seek to exploit loopholes in ticketing regimes for their own gain – either opportunistically or as part of organised scams.
These practices – which take money directly from a company’s bottom line – can be reduced through applied intelligence. Our transport compliance team starts by helping an organisation to spot the kinds of inappropriate activities that are causing direct and indirect loss and damage to an enterprise. We then help devise a programme that incorporates process change and measures to further educate and inform staff and customers. This is coupled with analysis of all available data sources to help target future compliance activities and to spot individual offenders.