Optimizing Your Audit Analytics Program - ITP700WEB

Optimizing Your Audit Analytics Program ITP700WEB

Optimizing Your Audit Analytics Program - ITP700WEB

Upcoming Dates & Locations

Dec 15th, 2021

Optimizing Your Audit Analytics Program - ITP700WEB


This webinar covers the range of issues that need to be addressed to achieve the most benefits from the use of data analytics. Students examine each of the main stages of the audit analytics process, the common challenges around each stage and the best ways to overcome them.

Who Should Attend

Internal and external auditors, audit managers and audit directors.


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What You’ll Learn

You will learn how to make audit analytics process more reliable and sustainable. It provides the knowledge needed to plan for both the initial implementation and ongoing success of an audit analytics program.


1. What is involved in each main stage of the audit analytics process, and how to overcome the common challenges:

  • Gaining access to the right data
  • Validating and preparing data for analysis
  • Designing analytics to meet different audit objectives
  • Managing and maintaining audit data
  • Managing and maintaining a library of audit analytics
  • Performing analyses during different aspects of the audit cycle
  • Review and interpreting the results of analysis
  • Documenting procedures
  • Reporting findings

2. When does it make sense to move to continuous auditing

3. What are the overall success factors to consider when planning an audit analytics program

Why You Should Attend

You should attend because audit management needs to have a practical understanding of the issues and stages in implementing data analysis to properly plan and make sure that analytics are effectively integrated into the audit process.

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