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Do you find it a frequent pain getting direct, timely access to your organisation’s SAP data? At the recent ACL Business Assurance Series workshops in London, DataConsulting’s Robin Clough discussed how you can simplify and even automate data extraction, whilst maintaining total integrity and security of the data and systems being interrogated.
Robin Clough ACDA, ACL Certified Trainer (DataConsulting Ltd.) also convened a Business Assurance Series workshop looking specifically at how ACL can help you better identify potential risk and gain a greater insight into targeted audit areas. By using examples of key analytical tests Robin showed how you can learn from ACL about the top areas of testing to gain quick wins.
Our consultants at DataConsulting are receiving an increasing number of queries about Continuous Auditing and Continuous Monitoring.
Continuous Auditing (CA) and Continuous Monitoring (CM) comprise the two most advanced stages in the Audit Analytic Capability Model (AACM). They comprise the two most advanced stages in the Audit Analytic Capability Model (AACM). You can find more detail on each of the stages at the AACM portal on the ACL Website.
You can go here for some excellent demos that describe solutions for each stage of the AACM.
ACL Director of Technology Application, Peter Millar has written extensively on the topic and we have included an excerpt from one of his articles here.
DataConsulting run on-site ACL training courses by accredited trainers. Please contact us for more information on our training. There are also ACL Open Enrolment courses available for single attendees.
The volume of “unstructured information” (audio, video, graphics, social media messages) that cannot be handled by more “traditional” databases is significantly increasing. Any organisations that can get a handle on it will gain a significant competitive advantage.