Date Added: Mar 2010
No company wants to end up in the media with unwanted publicity about any event that can affect company integrity, resulting in the loss of stockholder or customer confidence. One way this can be avoided is through a better understanding of corporate data auditing procedures, as well as the associated fraud exposures and auditing costs. Auditing is important, not only because it is the law, but because the integrity of your company is important. Auditing helps ensure the integrity of company data. Auditing does not generate revenue, so companies want to audit with the least expense possible while remaining in compliance.