Introducing Audit-as-a-Service

Modern organizations are seamless, agile, and collaborative. Now, audits are too. Deliver real value with an integrated platform, recurring audit scheduling, and long-term collaboration in a cloud environment.

Audit-as-a-Service is the new way of auditing in the cloud

1-Define Scope

All stakeholders are involved

2-Audit and Evidence

Finding are available real-time in platform

3-Critical Findings

Client teams are notified and get recomendations

4-End report

Available in platform and accessible to stakeholders

5-Re-test and schedule

Next audit cycle is planned in advance automatically

Audit-as-a-Service vs Traditional Audit Process

Organizations are used to use cloud products and services, so why are IT audits not like that? integrates client and auditor teams into a single portal allowing seamless collaboration, transparent communication, and efficient results. Let’s see the benefits of audit-as-a-Services vs the traditional audit process

1 –  Define Scope


Scope is discussed in a meeting or video call. Not all stakeholders are present, like technical teams.



Your customer defines directly in the portal the full project scope, what needs to be audited, like Web applications, Infrastructure components, IP addresses, etc. With custom definitions per client, full project scope, and transparency, audit kickoff has never been this simple

2 –  Audit and Evidence



Findings are sent by emails with sensitive information or auditor need to call to explain issues. Developers are not involved in the process and miss information.



Deliver findings, developer notes and evidence material as they become available, sending real-time notifications and updates to clients. Auditors directly interact with client teams, so everyone remains aware of audit processes, fixes, and progress.

3 –  Critical Findings


Critical findings are communicated by phone or email to IT Manager. Developers don’t have actionable much information.



Relevant people are directly notified! Critical findings are shared in the portal with information, developer notes, and encrypted files to help teams find solutions faster.

4 –  End Report


End report is written manually and shared as a PDF. It’s time consuming to make actionables out of it and it lacks in dept information.



Report is directly available in the portal with checklists and tickets are created to track progress on fixes. Developers interact with auditor to ask for recommendations and remediation measures.

5 –  Re-test and schedule


In so many cases there is no followup on re-testing and the next audit is not planned.


Auditing is an ongoing need. With, you plan new audit cycles as part of the existing cycle. New audits start automatically, so clients stay secure, and you retain customers. Security needs are ongoing, audits should be too.

A better way to audit

Whether you’re using Excel, paper, PDFs, or separate audit tools, the future is now. Auditflow brings your audit process to a single platform to create seamless workflows and an improved customer experience.

Why Auditflow?

Deliver a better customer experience with Integrate clients for seamless collaboration, communication, and actionable results. Auditflow brings audit and client management together on one cloud platform.

Ready to learn more?

Discover Auditflow. WIth a full suite of features ranging from client portal to automation and project management and scanner integration, Auditflow delivers a next-generation experience to clients and teams alike.