101 key reports that every internal auditor should know about

If you are new to an internal audit, or if you are experienced in internal audit, but you are feeling the pressure to modernize the audit approach by introducing data analytics, you might be feeling a little under pressure.

First of all, you aren’t sure where to begin. What does data analytics mean? Why should you use it? What is it for? What is the outcome? What are the skills required? How do you even start? Who should you hire?

If you have these questions then our book AuditZOOM is for you. After 20 years of experience analysing data from SAP, we have come up with a framework of 300 must-have data analytics dashboards based on SAP data. Each one is described in our book with the associated risk that it covers.

But it’s one thing knowing what you should do in terms of data analytics, but where do you get the data? Our AuditZOOM book will help you because we have listed out in the appendix, for each and every dashboard, the SAP tables and fields that you require in order to do each one.

But what about getting access to that data you are saying? Maybe you aren’t that close to your IT department. Well, we have created a tool for you to help you get the data from SAP. Not only that, but we have preconfigured all the lists of tables and fields that you require for each dashboard in that same tool.

Now all you need to do is get the tool, download the data from SAP and start getting your team to work through those dashboards!

You will elevate your audit function and you will know that you are covering all your bases for each business cycle in the company.

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