Continuous internal auditing dashboards monitor fraud risks, high costs, bottlenecks, and training needs as they occur in your processes, from AP to HR.
A demo of our customizable Analytics Suite. Each Module in the Suite has its own set of data analytics and visualizations.
Data analytics for rigorous, automated oversight
We employ data to do the hard work for you.
Data analytics perform on demand, ensuring you have the most up-to-date information when measuring productivity and performance.
In collaboration with auditors, managers and key staff, we document workflow, discuss associated risks, and then use analytics to detect occurrences of those risks.
Additionally, we identify opportunities for training and pinpoint inefficiencies in the system.
Visual dashboards for rich insight, swift problem-solving
Following data analysis, we make it easy to see the results in one comprehensive Tableau dashboard.
When designing this dashboard, our goal is to reduce complexity. It shows your entire workflow, highlights risks and controls, and explains the essential details. We make diving into the data simple.
Also, we present any requested key performance indicators (KPIs) in additional Tableau visualizations.
User experience informs the quality and value of our product, so we are happy to incorporate testing in project development.
Documentation for detailed reference, further exploration
In addition to analytics and visualizations, we provided the following with each project:
Summary of work completed with background and exhibits.
Blueprint of business objectives, project drivers, and value proposition.
Flowchart of workflow and its associated risks and analytics.
Diagram showing the relationship among data tables.
Quick reference of all analytics created.
Detailed documentation of all analytics created.
Record of work to be completed in the future.
Interview memos with stakeholders.
Additional documents that informed the project.
We employ the agile method of project management. This means we deliver valuable product every two weeks or less and maintain a collaborative relationship with our stakeholders. Here's how a typical auditing engagement breaks down: