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Death of the tick mark: How to prevent audit from becoming obsolete

In the wake of emerging technologies like artificial intelligence, robotics, and automation, how do internal audit teams stay relevant? Instead of worrying about robots taking their jobs, forward-thinking auditors are embracing these technologies to deliver a much broader and more objective perspective than ever before.

Join us for this 60-minute webinar where Dan Zitting, former auditor and Galvanize’s Chief Customer Experience Officer, shares his views on why it’s time for old-fashioned workpapers and tick marks to get out of the way—and how internal audit teams can drive real and quantifiable value to their organizations.

You'll also learn:

  • What separates forward-thinking teams from audit groups that remain focused on the tick mark.
  • How AI and automation are changing audit for the better.
  • How audit professionals are using audit and risk management power to earn a seat at the executive table.
  • Inspiring stories of real-life auditors who are delivering huge value.
Dan Zitting
Chief Customer Experience Officer at Galvanize

Dan's responsibilities at Galvanize include executive leadership for the company's strategy, products, marketing, and customer success. He is dedicated to the advancement of cloud and “big data” technologies for helping corporations and governments perform better while operating with integrity.

Prior to Galvanize, Dan spent 10 years in professional services including time with the Technology & Security Risk Services practice at Ernst & Young. Following E&Y, he co-founded advisory firm Linford & Company LLP, a provider of GRC consulting services that grew to serving clients across North America, Europe, and Asia. He holds a Bachelor of Science from Colorado State University and a Master of Science from the University of Notre Dame.

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