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Valid8 Investigations
Now more than ever, businesses waste unnecessary hours on fraud investigations when they could be scaling their business through revenue generating work. Do you have a plan for managing the uptick in investigative cases in the current economic climate?

Valid8 Financial is thrilled to announce Valid8 Investigations: the first full-featured Forensic Accounting Platform. To learn more, join Chris McCall, Valid8 CEO and Founder, live, Tuesday, December 8th at 10:00am PT/ 1:00pm ET for a full hour of expert insight..

In this Valid8 Investigations session, Chris will reveal what your firm needs to know about conducting a modern financial investigation, the latest tools, and how to bring greater efficiency and value to your firm.

Topics include:
-How to avoid data preparation pitfalls
-Common solutions for data integration
-Use cases and best practices from small and large firms
-How a full-featured platform like Valid8 Investigations supports firms and forensic professionals

Join Chris for this live event including time for Q&A.


Can’t make it? Register anyway and we’ll send you a copy of the recorded webinar.

Dec 8, 2020 10:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Chris McCall
CEO AND FOUNDER @VALID8 Financial
As CEO and founder, Chris leads VALID8’s vision, strategy, and execution. Prior to founding VALID8, Chris led marketing as Chief Marketing Officer for NexGen Storage where he built a world class marketing team around strategic market analysis and product management. Chris started his career as an Electrical Engineer designing systems for Boeing 747’s. Identifying the need to modernize the engineering design data infrastructure, he revamped how system design software could leverage large datasets more effectively. Passionate about extracting value from big data systems, Chris took on several product roles with start-ups acquired by F500 companies HP and SanDisk.