TeamMate Webinars
Overview
Title: Expanding your Audit Analytics Coverage is Easier than you Think

Summary
Many organizations think that to increase their analytics coverage they need to get more resources with programming and DBA skills to use their complicated and costly audit analytics tools. Because let’s face it, many data analytics resources are already working at max capacity and the enhancements provided by the vendors of these complicated tools provide little benefit when it comes to expanding coverage. So, what can be done?

Well, what if all your other auditors, the ones you don’t consider your data analytics resources, started doing some of the audit analytics? We will show how TeamMate Analytics provides much more than what they have today, Excel, but is also easy to use.


Learning Objectives

  • Understand how auditors who don’t know analytics can perform analytics
  • Beyond software what is needed to make it happen
  • Understand why it is good for the current data analytics person
  • Understand the value of the Test Library and Custom Modules play to help you move forward
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Speaker
Ken Petersen PMP, MBA
Director, Client Development Initiatives, Wolters Kluwer TeamMate

Ken Petersen has over 25 years of experience developing and implementing systems and working with data in a variety of capacities while working for both Fortune 500 and entrepreneurial software development companies.  Since 2002 Ken’s focus has been on the Governance, Risk and Compliance space helping numerous customers across multiple industries implement software solutions to satisfy various compliance needs including audit and SOX.  Ken has been with Wolters Kluwer since 2009 and is currently a director and product manager of the TeamMate Analytics product focused on helping auditors perform data analytics.  In this role Ken communicates regularly with a variety of auditors and audit organizations about their audit analytics challenges, needs and successes.  Ken is PMP certified, holds an MBA from the University of Dayton and a BSBA in Information Systems from the Ohio State University.