In addition to its familiar data analysis solutions ACL™ Analytics and Analytics Exchange, Canadian software producer ACL Services Ltd also fields a state-of-the-art product for audit and risk management.
We present our integrated solutions for SAP Data® at the webinar of distribution partner HWA. The Webinar "Making SAP analytics an Integral Part of Internal Audit" is on wednesday. You can find the invitation and also the registration link below. We would be pleased if you could take part.
In this blog post we talk about the question whether vendor bank account data was changed (often). We explain we it is important to get an overview about such changes, and what special aspects come into play when talking about data out of SAP®.
September 28, 2016 saw the staging of the second IIA Data Analytics Event in Switzerland. A year earlier we were on the scene as an exhibitor, but this year we had the extra opportunity of presenting a paper – but one thing after another.
This year the largest revision conference in Germany takes place in the Bavarian state capital Munich and follows the topic "Revision 4.0 – Herausforderungen erkennen, Chancen nutzen„ (Revision 4.0 - understanding the challenges, take opportunities)". The two-day event (25th and 26th of October 2016) offers a range of exciting presentations and lots of space for extensive discussions and technical discussions.
After the great success of the IIA data analytics events last year, we can look forward now to a continuation. The dab: supports also the second event together with ACL™, where we are ready on-site for your questions and discussions about products and data analytic solutions.
The dab: is pleased to welcome you at the 35th annual meeting of the IIRÖ. The event is an excellent opportunity to exchange ideas among auditors and establish contacts, which is why we support it together with ACL™ as a sponsor.
The majority of our customers who use data analytics rely on ACL™ products such as ACL™ Analytics or ACL™ Analytics Exchange, which are ideal for analysing large data volumes. In other words, they are perfect for “number crunching”, either locally and manually, or centrally and standardised.