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With corruption charges swirling around Siemens AG for more than a year in one of the biggest corporate scandals in German history, the writing was on the wall. If the electronic engineering conglomerate did not install automated technology to continuously monitor critical financial transactions and detect irregularities, and install it quickly, it would also be locking horns with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the Department of Justice.

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