How to audit the voice auditing system, with help from the voice experts
The voice auditors, also known as auditors or voice experts, are in charge of monitoring the auditing processes in a number of Indian companies.
The auditors help ensure that the audit report contains all the right information and that the company’s procedures are adhered to.
In most cases, they can be hired by a company to audit its operations.
The job usually pays around Rs 25,000-30,000 per annum.
The audit process involves checking whether a company is in compliance with various laws, regulations and rules.
The audit is conducted in person, in person or by phone.
But in the case of voice audited companies, the audit process is done through auditing software that is developed and maintained by a software company called Audience Solutions.
Auditors help auditors in the audit system.
(File Photo: Amit Jain/Reuters)The auditors work under a strict set of rules and regulations.
The companies also have to follow a strict process to obtain the required approval of the audit team.
Audit software can be expensive.
In many cases, auditors are paid as little as Rs 15,000, but in the cases of some auditors’ salary, it is much higher.
“It is a way of saving money,” said Pankaj Gupta, a partner at Ernst & Young, who is a consultant to auditors.
However, some auditing experts, like Amit Gupta, have said that the cost of auditing a voice auditable company is not as high as it seems.
The auditing process is overseen by a team of auditors who are trained by an auditor.
(Image: Alok Sharma/Reuters: Rajiv Seth)Auditors are trained in auditing and have to complete a series of auditable steps before they can go into a company.
They check that the information provided by the company is accurate, that the business is performing according to its plan, and that auditors do not misdirect auditors to perform other tasks that the auditors cannot manage.
“They check if the audit was completed and that they have all the required approvals,” said Gupta.
Auditing is usually performed in person by an auditing auditor.
The auditor then makes a call to the company and asks them to fill in an online form.
The company has to check that they are not under any financial pressure.
The caller also has to answer the questions posed by the auditor.
“If the audited company fails to comply with the auditor’s instructions, the audit report will be rejected,” said Sharma.
A company has 30 days to make a formal complaint to the auditor if it thinks that the system is not working properly.
If the audit is accepted, the auditor has to prepare a formal report and make it available to the auditable audit committee, which is responsible for approving the audit reports.
The report must contain all the relevant information and the audit must also include the names of the auditees, as per the rules.
A company has 60 days to respond to the report.
If it doesn’t, the company can appeal the report to the board.
An audit can be a long and tedious process, but the auditoers can be relied upon to perform a very effective audit.
The board can also take action against the auditer, including imposing penalties on the audis.
“Audit systems are not free.
They can be costly and require careful planning,” said Arvind Narayan, director, consultancy firm DSC Analytics.
“Audit system must be maintained well and should be monitored and audited by an independent auditor,” he added.
In the future, auditing may be automated and used as a substitute for auditing.
“There is a need to develop a system that allows auditors from different companies to audit one another.
It will be cheaper to have auditors on-call,” said Narayan.
“The audit report is a form of information that can be used by auditors.”
The auditing systems in India have improved in recent years, but some of the processes still need to be improved.