Why a business needs to Audit their ERP system?

One specific apprehension with ERP systems is that the process of implementation or continuous modification or customization or upgrade may damage or destroy controls built into business processes, leaving the company vulnerable. In reengineering processes as part of the implementation, it's important to see that proper controls are included in the redesigned process. 
Since many controls are not part of the workflow, it is quite possible to have a functioning process that has inadequate controls and simply not notice the lack. Your process design must be explicitly checked to see that adequate controls are in place. This gets more complicated when the real-time nature of transactions with ERP are performed.

Auditing processes need to adapted to handle the differences and the management need to be sensitive to them. 

What may go wrong in your ERP that results in Errors, Differences, Vulnerable, Poor Data Insight & Frauds?

Organization Structure, Chart of Accounts, General Ledgers, Cost & Profit Centres

Segregation of Duties, User Access Controls

Master Data Management: Customer, Vendor, Item Grouping & Subgrouping

Data Privacy, Security, Accessibility Business Continuity, Disaster Recovery

Process Workflow, Approval mechanisms, Credit Control, Inventory Mismatch

User Adoption/ Awareness, 3rd party Integration

How we do it ?


Objectives of the ERP Audit and build the core team



the Usage by interviewing the functionals users on a day to day basis and awareness of the functionality available



  • Configuration
  • Process Integrity
  • Authorization
  • Infrastructure
  • Application Interface


Report Identify Risks from gaps/ shortcomings and recommend how you can mitigate


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Why the essence of ERP is lost? Why most of the businesses fail to achieve ROI of ERP Implementation? Here is what analysis says

70% Implementations are Software Focused. Only 30% focus on Business Process Re-engineering & Change Management

40% of the failed ERP implementations are due to lack of immature and inappropriate processes


60% of the failed ERP Implementations contributed by people not adopting the change


Weaker Project Management and Management Focus


Lack of right and skilled people


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