New technologies continue to emerge and as companies implement them so too do audit and finance professionals need to embrace them with the mindset to learn, adapt and shift to advance your audit teams for the future. The adoption of audit technology will allow for greater efficiencies in audits, as well as, business process improvement (BPI), resulting in cost savings and valuable new insights for your organization. Your teams will be empowered to work smarter – taking them beyond the audit and finance roles to a strategic contributor to the company’s mission.
In the first webinar of our webinar series, Michael Cangemi, President of CanCo LLC, will talk about the importance of making this shift to expanded use of technology. He will explore some of the challenges and provide insights on solutions to implement a tech-focused strategy crucial to ensuring you stay ahead of the curve. Michael will touch on the benefits the organization will see by incorporating technologies such as audit analytics and how improving the performance of the internal audit process will get your teams moving in the right direction today.
One hour (1 CPE)
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Central
Michael P. Cangemi
Michael P. Cangemi is a former CFO and CEO, a prolific writer, active speaker and senior advisor to various companies, who focuses on providing continuous auditing, continuous monitoring and analytics intelligence for GRC, Finance and Business Process Improvement. Mr. Cangemi is a senior fellow at Rutgers University and serves on the Rutgers Continuous Auditing and Reporting Lab Advisory Board. He also serves on FEI’s Committee on Finance & Technology (CFIT) and their GRC Sub Committee; the EDPACS Editorial Advisory Board; and the Libra Audit Advisory Board focused on auditing blockchain. He is an extensively published author of research papers, articles, and the book Managing the Audit Function (3rd Edition - Wiley) which has been translated into Chinese and Serbian.
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