When professionals talk about continuous auditing, they are referring to a technology-driven process that is designed to automate continuous improvement. A few examples of areas where continuous auditing for unexpected costs will benefit you immediately.
- Loss of senior staff and consequently lack of knowledge transfer
- Outdated or misplaced critical business documentation
- Visibility and reporting of continuous improvements
- Clearly defined Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery
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