Organizations lacking in automating business practices suffer from redundant work across all departments and inconsistent reports and assumptions derived from a multitude of data sets based on the department’s role in the organization. This equates to lost time and money and the risk of making ill-informed decisions. Organizations also experience low morale, as having different processes for a single outcome trickles down to the employee level causing a lot of finger pointing.
Business Automation improves how processes are run throughout a program, increasing organizational efficiency.
The outcome of automation is tangible. It delivers cost and time savings, consistent metric visibility and quality, and consistency not just throughout the capital improvement department but across the entire organization.
Documenting configurable controls and recommending improved configurations to optimize compliance and control.
Rationalizing the overall environment to reduce the number of overall controls, decrease the reliance on manual controls and increase the use of automated controls.
Designing and implementing custom automated tests that examine configuration data, master data and transaction data to address high-priority control issues unique to the organization.
Implementing continuous monitoring tools such as detective controls alerting of changes or activities that warrant investigation.