Sharing data, avoiding overlap, and building organizational insight
Every corporate environment, every public sector, and every business (both large and small), work within the guidelines of their individual infrastructures. Compatibility among and between these various tools is important. Employing an audit system that’s designed to “play nice” with your established business systems and align itself with the larger ecosystem makes all the difference.
Breaking down silos
Internal audit should be at the heart of risk analysis. TeamMate's open ecosystem allows you to bridge with your broader risk environment and provide the connectivity and transparency that it needs to effectively assess organizational data.
Your internal audit team will find greater overall success when enabling system-level collaboration, one that’s capable of addressing real or potential risks and is consistently aligned with key stakeholders. Rely on those opportunities that aggregate and link core business systems and deliver accurate reports, comprehensive dashboards, and enhanced visualizations:
- Power BI
- Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)
- KPI and KRI data
- Identity Providers/AD
- User accounts
- Single Sign On (SSO)
Two-way communication is essential!
The work that you do hasn’t changed, but the breadth of the data that you focus your work around has. Internal audit has become less manual and more systemized. The tools that are available to audit teams have streamlined the workflow and are making it easier to locate, identify, and evaluate the data. This allows auditors to spend significantly less time tracking it down and more time analyzing it.
Gain insight and accumulate your data into a single source that’s capable of highlighting both the risks and the trends.