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The top 10 reasons to implement a digital review process

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The top 10 reasons to implement a digital review process
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AUTHOR:

Mike Rost

SVP, Investor Relations and Corporate Development
Published: December 10, 2015
Last Updated: November 18, 2020

What is your current review process like?

If you're like most people, it probably involves sending documents back and forth through email, sometimes accepting handwritten notes on printed versions, and double-checking and triple-checking that you're looking at the most recent draft of the document.

This manual process is worn out and should be retired. You've probably thought about what it would be like to make this a digital process—the rest of your life has entered the digital era, so why should your work be any different?

There are countless reasons to create a digital review process, whether you're looking to improve security and efficiency or increase collaboration and accuracy.

Flip through this SlideShare to discover the top 10 benefits of performing digital reviews.

About the Author
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Mike Rost

SVP, Investor Relations and Corporate Development

 

As senior vice president of corporate development and investor relations, Mike Rost is a key contributor to the organization's growth with a focus on corporate development initiatives, emerging business areas, and developing relationships with investors and key stakeholders. Since joining Workiva in 2015, he has served in various leadership roles helping to drive the organization's growth, including the scaling of Workiva’s marketing and partner & alliance functions.

With more than 25 years of experience assisting organizations to optimize business processes, Mike has an extensive background in finance, accounting, enterprise performance management and Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) technology. Prior to Workiva, Mike served as vice president of marketing at Metricstream and vice president of strategic marketing at Thomson Reuters. Prior to that, he spent more than a decade in product management and marketing positions for SaaS companies and held finance positions at Pillsbury and Rollerblade, Inc.

Mike has been active in industry associations, including the Open Compliance and Ethics Group (OCEG) and the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA). He was also a founding member of XBRL International (eXtensible Business Reporting Language), the global not for profit consortium for open international standards for digital business reporting. He has also been a frequent speaker at industry conferences on subjects such as finance transformation, data and reporting, and risk and compliance technology. He received his Bachelor of Science in Economics and his MBA from the University of Minnesota.

 

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