Audit Management

The role of internal audit teams is expanding and becoming more complex as they have to prepare for a number of new scenarios, regulations, and potential new risks. Content in this topic will share best practices, case studies, and though leadership to help internal audit teams understand how they can improve and automate internal audit processes, consider new potential impacts on their jobs, and leverage new technology and solutions.  Learn how audit teams are using mobile and remote technologies to increase collaboration, and what innovations they are exploring to improve the way they gather and check documentation. Also understand how organizational change and major SAP projects such as the move to SAP S/4HANA and cloud impacts internal audit.

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  1. Wolters Kluwer | CCH Tagetik

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    Although transformative to businesses, SAP S/4HANA implementations have revealed some common, audit-relevant issues that could create risks for organizations. Because much of the focus of these implementations (and upgrades) is on ensuring that business functionality is enabled and the system goes live quickly, controls and security considerations are often neglected, or severely under-scoped. Implementation issues,…
  2. Moving to SAP S/4HANA? Avoid these common audit issues

    Although transformative to businesses, SAP S/4HANA implementations have revealed some common, audit-relevant issues that could create risks for organizations. Because much of the focus of these implementations (and upgrades) is on ensuring that business functionality is enabled and the system goes live quickly, controls and security considerations are often neglected, or severely under-scoped. Implementation issues,…
  3. Beyond SOX: Addressing non-financial risks through SAP configuration and sound supporting processes

    While many organizations focus on compliance during an SAP implementation, often related to financial reporting and regulations such as Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX), they might be underutilizing optional SAP controls that could provide extreme value to their SAP system and supporting processes. How can you apply SAP configuration and sound supporting to minimize and mitigate operational and…
  4. Audits got you down? Improve them with SAP Process Control

    Resource constraints, business deadlines, and financial reporting can make managing and executing audits in a normal year challenging enough—let alone the disruptions of a global pandemic and sudden remote environments. It’s important for organizations to make audits more effective and reliable so that resources can focus on the business and critical controls that can impact…
  5. Effective Internal Auditing in the Digitalized Era: Adding value to the business

    We see a strong push towards organizations adopting cloud-based software while still having on-prem operations, automation of as many processes as possible, use of many types of artificial intelligence, and ongoing decentralized and home working. What needs to be audited, and how it is audited, is changing. In this session you will: - Obtain a…
  6. Video: Delivery Hero’s Auditing Success Depends on Innovation and a Risk-Based Approach

    Delivery Hero’s vision is to always deliver an amazing experience fast, easy, and to your door. This may not seem unusual for an order and delivery service organization, but with over 1 billion orders per year, and continued growth and expansion, it appears the company is delivering on its ambitious vision. Berlin-based, Delivery Hero is…
  7. Delivery Hero’s Internal Audit Function Delivers an Amazing Stakeholder Experience

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    If your organization is dispersed throughout the globe, you may face similar auditing challenges as Delivery Hero, a €2.8 billion firm that operates local online food ordering and delivery services in more than 50 countries. Delivery Hero decided to overhaul its internal audit (IA) function to align it with strategic objectives better to meet global…
  8. Case Study | How Delivery Hero’s better audit management helped improve the customer experience

    On the face, internal audit processes are rather elementary. Planning, fieldwork, reporting, and follow-up very familiar to us and we are used to performing tasks within these sub-processes in all of our audits. However, how do we leverage technology perform our internal audit tasks in a more effective and efficient manner? The devil is certain…
  9. Snow Software

    Snow Software is changing the way organizations understand and manage their technology consumption. Our technology intelligence platform provides comprehensive visibility and contextual insight across software, SaaS, hardware and cloud. With Snow, IT leaders can effectively optimize resources, enhance performance and enable operational agility in a hybrid world. Snow is the only native SAP asset management solution and has been certified for SAP License Management by ITAM Review, The SAP® Integration and Certification Center (SAP ICC) and KPMG. To learn more, visit www.snowsoftware.com.

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    RSM

    RSM’s purpose is to deliver the power of being understood to our clients through world-class audit, tax and consulting services. The clients we serve are the engine of global commerce and economic growth, and we are focused on developing services to meet their evolving needs. As an Extended SAP Business Partner, with deep national and local resources, our in-depth SAP security risk and controls knowledge and experience brings to the table what your organization may lack internally. Whether it’s for an SAP implementation or an annual controls review, we can identify and assess key controls, using the most efficient and effective testing approach.