Financial audit has never been easy, but it has never been as complicated as it is today. Globalization, universal use of online payments, countless daily transactions — all of this makes the work of auditors and financial investigators immensely hard. CAAT (computer-aided audit tools) were developed specifically for assisting auditors in their hard work and simplifying data mining and analysis. If you are an auditor looking for a way to optimize your daily activities, take a closer look at Audit Commander 1.97!
Audit Commander 1.97 is free financial audit and investigation software with advanced functionality and dozens of handy features that make the work of an audit professional a lot easier. The solution is capable of importing data from a number of sources, including such popular formats as Excel spreadsheets and comma-separated files. Audit Commander enables you to analyze data from different angles and focus on various aspects of a company’s activities — search for duplicate invoices and payments, check depreciation, inventory and payroll records, detect ghost employees, excess or obsolete inventory and do a lot more! The program works in your default web browser and features an intuitive user interface that guides you through each step of the auditing process. In addition, a number of video and text tutorials are available on the author’s website.
Audit Commander 1.97 is a comprehensive financial audit solution for true professionals. Free, easy to install and use, it will greatly simplify a number of typical operations and will help avoid unwanted mistakes.
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