Innovative Technologies for Audit

In a fast-paced business environment where information is the currency, innovation is essential. The accounting industry is experiencing an evolution in the ways audits and other processes are conducted. Emerging technologies such as Blockchain, artificial intelligence (AI) Data Analytics and robotic procedure automation are revolutionizing processes, providing more efficient outcomes for clients.

Auditors are now able to provide more insightful insights due to the capability to analyze and organize large amounts of complex information at a speed previously impossible. The use of sophisticated analytical tools allows auditors to identify unusual transactions, patterns that are not apparent or other issues that they would otherwise miss, and tailor their risk assessment procedures according. These tools also help identify future issues and provide predictions regarding the performance of a firm.

Automated software and specialized programs are also reducing the amount of manual processing and reviewing work. Argus is a good example. It is an AI-enabled program that utilizes machine learning and natural language processing to efficiently interrogate electronic files. Deloitte audits use it to accelerate electronic review of documents, allowing them to focus more on high-value activities like assessing risk and verifying results.

However, despite these benefits However, a variety of obstacles have been identified that prevent the full use of technology in the audit process. Research has revealed that a mix of factors, including the person, task, and environment which can impact the use of technology in audit. This is evident in the perceived impact on the independence of the auditor, and the lack of clarity on the regulatory response to the use of technology.

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