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Innovative Technologies for Audit


In this fast-paced business world where information is the currency innovation is vital. The accounting industry is undergoing changes in the process of audits as well as other processes are conducted. Emerging technologies such as Blockchain and artificial intelligence (AI), Data Analytics and robotic procedure automation are transforming processes, enabling better outcomes for clients.

The ability to process and organize huge volumes of complex data at a rate previously unimaginable has enabled auditors to provide more insightful insights than ever before. Improved analytical tools can help in identifying irregular transactions, patterns that are not apparent or other issues that might otherwise be missed auditing professionals to tailor risk assessment procedures to suit. These tools can also help identify future issues and make predictions about the performance of a business.

Automated software and specialized programs can also reduce the amount of manual processing and reviewing. Argus for instance, is an AI-enabled software which makes use of machine learning and natural language processing to efficiently interrogate electronic documents. Deloitte audits use it to accelerate electronic document reviews which allows them to concentrate on more valuable tasks like checking for risk and verifying results.

Despite these advantages There are a lot of obstacles preventing the complete adoption and utilization of technology in auditing. Research has shown that a variety of factors, such as person, task, and environment, can impact the use technology for audit. This includes the perceived impact on independence as well as a lack of clarity on the regulatory response to the use of technology which may affect the appetite to implement it in practice.

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