Technical Audit Programmes

Systems Technical Audit

Analyze, understand, and uncover how your systems work

Systems Technical Audits' bring clarity in process, automation, validation, security, speed, and agility positioning opportunities to optimize, speed up processes and increase revenue.


Documented External Evidence Gathering Designed to Improve the Effectiveness of Your Systems and Processes

Well-defined objectives and parameters are central to our Systems Technical Audits. They establish expectations, guidelines and deliverables transparently to all stakeholders, especially your lead team or board.

Systems Technical Audits cover a range of potential areas, as such the audit team may be comprised of one or several auditors; from Software Engineers to Network and Server Security Specialists. In all cases, these are industry-experienced professionals with significant experience working in the field.

Transparency is key. It is just as significant to uncover what is operating well as much as it is to uncover what could stand improvement, or is at potential risk. We work with your lead stakeholders ongoing to review all evidence from all angles with a core objective to determine solutions. We don't judge, we move forward.

Logical Evaluations, Clearly Presented

The auditor's report is delivered to be reviewed on multiple levels : by top level executives, managerial, and technical. The approach is designed to combine plain english review and description with technical-level analysis. This approach has proven time and time again to logically and clearly break down single audit areas into one audit area that can be reviewed by multiple stakeholders from high level summary to deep dive technical discussion, all from a single report audit area.

Scope Feasibility Studies

A complete architectural picture of your business model at whole new level. Ready to go.

With end business objectives and expectations documented, Scope Feasibility Studies break down technical aspects of application and system back end architecture, performance requirements, integration touch points and security. User Interface and Experience are worked through in documented screens-building, stakeholder interviews, feedback, revisions and ultimately delivered in thorough documentation for executives, managers and technical staff.


Double-End Analysis Results in an End User-driven process

While Scope of Feasibility Studies are technical evaluations, they are, ultimately about determining how your business is going to move forward in its capacity and ability to scale its information and production throughput. They must be driven by an end-user understanding and consultation of how new systems are going to work for them – on a daily operations basis. Too often, project failures result from ignoring the operational users until the very end at which point it is too late. Double-End Analysis brings the conversation of operations, data entry and workflow down to the data modelling level ensuring that the very concept of how the team can envision their process is as powerful as the code that will be used to build it.

Workflow Process Audit

Break down your information flow, human interaction, and process bottlenecks at their most fundamental.

Workflow Process Analysis deconstructs the basics of how information arrives, where it goes and how you deliver end results to your customers. Workflow Process Analysis assumes nothing except that there is always the possibility of doing something better, and finding it.


Bringing together Case Level Operations Practicality with Executive Level Goal Setting

Every business leadership team must create and execute on core goals and objectives, but things don't always work out in practice as they seemed like they would when setting out. Often the issues lie in the compexity and minutae of day to day operational process that just don't play out as well as planning showed they would.

Workflow Process Analysis deconstructs those items and processes that have often become entrenched in workplace culture that it has become incapable of seeing any other way of achieving the same goal, much less doing it faster with less opportunity for failure.

There is always a better way. Find it.

Even within successful and growing business, workflows grow beyond the ability of the existing team to handle incoming data, internal process and outgoing completion. And for struggling or early-stage business it is precisely the lack of even having a sufficient team to begin to handle your changes, your burgeoning success or opportunities, that makes optimized workflow processes so key to making the most of the resources you cannot afford to squander.