Let’s face it, automation really helps drive efficiency. It speeds up processes, allows full-time employees (FTEs) to focus on strategic business initiatives and helps catch errors, but it’s certainly not perfect. The truth is, we can’t just cut human review out of the due diligence process altogether. When I managed fraud automation a dozen or so years ago, we had these glorious dreams that somehow, we could simply turn it over to the machines and rest easy at night. Easy enough, right? Wrong.