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The current state of auditing is very linear. A data-driven audit is planned to be multi-dimensional versus the current linear method. Attend this webcast to learn how to maximize the use of detail transactional data across multiple data sets. This minimizes the number of process steps and hand-offs to the client. Join us as we cover hands-on examples of approaches for the use of data when auditing revenue. This session will discuss specific steps you can take right now to transform your revenue approach to a data-driven one using CaseWare IDEA®
 
Bonus: Each Webcast includes data files to practice your new data-driven audit skills!
Course LevelIntermediate
LengthOne Hour; 20 Minutes (1.5 CPE)
Delivery MethodGroup Internet-Based
Event Time12:00 PM - 1:20 PM Central

Al Anderson, CPA

President, ACCOUNTability Plus, LLC
 
Al is the President of ACCOUNTability Plus, LLC, a global leader in accounting and assurance advancement. He is the Founder of A&A Leaders Leagues, a collaboration of leaders redefining A&A for the future. He is a frequent speaker and educator who works directly with auditors and firms to transform their A&A services. Over his career spanning more than three decades, Al worked from staff auditor to Senior Vice President at the AICPA before creating ACCOUNTability Plus, LLC. He continues to participate in “Auditing in the Future” initiatives and is committed to his vision of redefining A&A.
After completing this training, participants will learn:
 
  • Identify data-driven audit opportunities for revenue
  • Perform margin analysis by product line
  • Apply data analytics techniques for cut-off testing
  • Use prediction analysis to track customer buying patterns
  • Perform margin analysis by customer
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CPAs may contact us by email at [email protected] to receive promotional materials containing details on the required elements of the National Registry of CPE Sponsors.
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