Running an internal audit department today isn’t easy. Regulations and business requirements are constantly evolving. Responsibilities are expanding, with senior leadership increasingly asking for a comprehensive view of audit status and organizational risk. Traditional tools and processes — disparate documents, spreadsheets and manual workflows — struggle to keep up, posing a variety of risks and administrative challenges.
This all adds up to an untenable situation in today’s business environment. Increasingly, leadership expects internal audit teams to not only identify issues and track remediations but also provide strategic insight into risk, revenue opportunities and more. Technology, alongside a shift in perspective, is key to making that happen.
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