Using automated monitoring can free up your resources, so you can focus on more strategic tasks and achieve meaningful results faster. However, how often do you see it practically applied in a way that improves your audit approach?
During this webinar, Atlas Copco will look back at their five-year journey of implementing data analytics for their internal audit function. It is a story of growth, implementing an ambitious program, and using innovation and automation to overcome unforeseen challenges and limitations. The result is value-added data analytics to support the internal audit teams, and additional capabilities that offer continuous audit for group functions.
This webinar is best suited for internal auditors and data analysts in leadership roles.
Joris, a Belgian citizen, holds a degree in Computer Sciences. He joined Atlas Copco in 2003 and, after holding several operational IT positions, moved into the area of governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) and led a global team of IT security auditors for several years. In 2017, Joris joined the Group Intern Audit and Assurance Department of Atlas Copco AB in Sweden, with a focus on digitalization and data analytics for internal audit. Joris is a father of two sons and likes to spend his free time with adventurous travels, volunteer work, sports, brewing craft beer, and restoring old motorcycles.
Philipp Kiencke is a data analyst and consultant at dab: Daten - Analysen und Beratung GmbH and specialises in data-driven ICS and audit management solutions. When working with clients, Philipp gains insights into audit work and therefore knows the challenges that audit departments face. Philipp has been with Atlas Copco's data analytics journey from the beginning and works closely with them.