Simplifying the audit through innovation
Innovation is imperative to managing the complexities of a business and being successful in any given environment.
At PwC we’re investing in leading-edge technology, significant process improvements, and leadership and performance development for our people.
We’re ushering in an enhanced way of auditing that’s delivering high quality and unique insights to our clients.
Halo is PwC’s leading-edge technology for data extraction, auditing and visualization. It is transforming the way we audit and unlocking a wealth of information, providing deeper real-time insight from data and allowing us more visibility into your business.
Large volumes of transactions can be interrogated and analyzed. This helps us more efficiently and effectively assess risk and focus on items of significance to the audit.
Connect is our collaborative workflow tool, providing faster, more efficient and secure information sharing at each stage of the audit. It streamlines and monitors the document exchange process on a real-time basis. It allows both you and us to check progress any time, anywhere.
Access wherever you are, for improved visibility into real-time request statuses, built-in tracking to help drive accountability, and much more.
Aura, our global audit platform, is used by our nearly 100,000 auditors worldwide on every PwC audit. It helps to make sure that things are done the right way—consistently and efficiently, globally and locally. The intended result is all of the elements of our audit fit together seamlessly—no duplications, no omissions.
With PwC’s Global Delivery Model, we use service delivery centers located around the globe to perform standardized and routine audit and administrative procedures. This provides more time for the core team to focus on increasingly challenging aspects of the audit, thus further enhancing audit quality and consistency.
Engagement Performance & Quality is our approach to continuously improve the audit process. It helps teams improve audit performance by leveraging process improvement techniques—rethinking the sequence, timing and manner of work to be performed.
– Bill Brennan, PwC’s Assurance Transformation Leader