Top tips: How to master remote auditing Advice for how to successfully handle remote auditing based on two fundamentals: client collaboration and data analytics
Audit services typically involved a large amount of time spent at the client site, working closely with the finance function. However, due to advances in technology, this model is no longer essential to delivering successful audit services.
The concept of remote auditing simply relates to the performance of audit services with minimal or no time on site with the client. Such an approach fundamentally shifts established principals. For example, geographical location is no longer a key consideration when attracting clients and less time is required for staff commuting reducing the cost of service delivery.
This guide will help you understand and implement the techniques necessary for successful remote auditing, to work in new, more flexible ways while providing more challenging and interesting work to your teams.