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Delve into Big Data (Decision Makers Conference)


CPE Credits



PICPA Member: $29 | Nonmember: $39

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You will have up to 90 days after the date of purchase to complete the course and take the exam.


If you attended the Decision Makers Conference on December 15, 2015, this course is considered a duplicate. The State Board of Accountancy will not accept credits for the same course twice.

Don't be overwhelmed by big data!

Unlock its potential. Hear Richard Anderson, CPA, CITP, discuss:

  • Ways internal audit taps into big data to uncover potential fraud
  • How to share big data throughout your company


Richard J. Anderson, CPA, CITP
Senior Manager, Data Analytics – Audit & Control Services

Richard obtained his Certified Public Accountant license in 2009, and his Certified Information Technology Professional license the following year.

After graduating Summa Cum Laude from Drexel University, he worked at Deloitte for four years, then joined Aramark's Internal Audit group as their Data Analytics Manager, making sense of complex issues in accounting, IT, and everything in between. Richard was recently promoted to Senior Manager, Data Analytics.

Richard is currently a member of the PICPA's Emerging CPAs committee and IT committee.  Last year, he achieved the Competent Communicator designation from the public speaking organization Toastmasters.

November 2016

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