Peach announce new book launch: Peach Compliance and Change Management: What you don’t learn at Harvard

London – 2 February 2007

The CEO of Peach, a compliance, risk and change management company in the UK, today announced the release of this unique book. The Author’s 34 year-experience and know-how has helped blue chip companies and government agencies to save or increase revenue by an estimated 250-300 million US dollars.

In the book Abe Abrahami shows how to link change and compliance, together with Key Performance Indicators (KPIs). He also explains mandatory compliance directives together with best practices, cost-effective delivery methods, risk and security management, and much more. The Author’s proven and successful approach to change management drastically reduces project delivery costs, lead-times and efforts – compared with conventional methods.

For example, at Lombard - PrMS – Project/Programme Management Structure helped to save over £10 millions. Similarly, QCR 3000 – Quality Compliance Cost Reduction methodology and BCP 12 – Business Continuity Planning methodology, have been effective.

The Institute of Management Specialists in the UK accredits Abe Abrahami’s proven and successful techniques and training courses. IBM, Casewise etc. hired Peach to examine their multi-compliance products and enhance them. Instead of implementing MiFID, Basel 2 and SOX in separate silos, Peach developed unique templates and measures to help blue chip clients and vendors to cut compliance cost and implementation time by up to 50%; meaning up to 6-figure savings! Peach examines compliance products and services and after identification and rectification of shortcomings, it certifies the products or services as fit for purpose.

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