Which companies are using auditing to cut costs and boost revenue?
Google is facing a new round of criticism over the use of audit tools, including a recent audit by auditing software company Audible.
Audible is the leader in auditing products for both mobile and desktop platforms, but its audit software is often overlooked due to its small size.
In the audit article, Audible claims it has seen a 70% drop in cost for its apps over the last five years.
But the audit also claims that this can be attributed to the fact that companies use auditing tools in a “somewhat more deliberate” manner.
It says it has noticed that companies are now paying less attention to their audits and are relying on “unrealistic assumptions” in order to make their audits work.
This is because they have been “focusing on cost-cutting rather than improving performance”, it said.
Audiobook audit software does not provide the full picture of the audit process, but Audible said that its audit tool is designed to help companies identify “systems that are in need of improvement” and to identify “revenue-generating” systems.
The company claims that it has also seen a drop in the number of audits being performed per week, and said that it expects to see a 30% drop by 2021.
Audibuzz, a blog post by Audible, argues that auditing is “a good idea” in certain situations, but it argues that its approach “is flawed and it should not be used”.
“Audit is a good idea in certain cases, but is flawed and should not not be adopted by many companies,” it wrote.
“Audition is not only a great audit tool, but can also be used for other reasons too.
For example, it can be used to find security vulnerabilities and to test the performance of services or applications, such as a browser or a game.”
In fact, a simple audit can be a powerful way to gain insight into your customers’ business.
“Audit tools such as Audible’s and Audium’s can be costly and time-consuming, but they can be useful if they are able to capture valuable insights about the systems they are examining.
For this reason, some companies may prefer to use these tools in an automated fashion rather than with human auditees, the companies say.