Quality Control

quality control


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control for your Organization.





  • Performance Auditing

    Performance Auditing consists of an independent examination of a program, function,
    operation or the management systems and procedures of a governmental or non-profit
    entity. This is to assess whether the entity is achieving economy, efficiency and effectiveness
    in the employment of available resources.
  • Infrastructure Security Review

    Infrastructure Security Review consists of exploring the weaknesses in the design,
    implementation and configuration of an organization’s networks as well as servers. This
    ensures that enough security controls are enabled to fully protect the information assets.
  • Pre and Post Implementation Systems Reviews

    Pre and Post Implementation System Review refers to evaluating whether program
    objectives were met, determining how effectively the program was run and learning lessons
    for the future. This is to ensure that the organization gets the greatest possible benefit from
    the program.
  • Business Process Controls Review

    Business Process Control Review consists of evaluating an organization’s current practices,
    which is done through a thorough analysis of its people, process, and technology.
  • Board Effectiveness / Trustee Governance Review

    Board Effectiveness / Trustee Governance Review consists of assessing the effectiveness of
    the governance framework in formalising strategic leadership and executive decision
    making arrangements for the organisation.
  • Quality Assurance Plan

    Quality Assurance Plan consists of developing a set of documented activities meant to
    ensure that customers are satisfied with the goods or services an organization provides. This
    plan prevents mistakes or defects in manufactured products and avoids problems when
    delivering solutions or services to customers.
  • Key Performance Indicators (KPI) Analytics

    Key Performance Indicators (KPI) Analytics refers to evaluating the data, determining root
    cause, highlighting top performers and identifying organisational weaknesses.
  • Key Performance Indicators (KPI) Establishment

    Key Performance Indicators (KPI) Establishment consists of providing mechanism for
    measuring and evaluating the defined factors to evaluate progress or impact.
  • Key Performance Indicators (KPI) Reporting

    Key Performance Indicators (KPI) Reporting consists of providing formal and customizable
    KPI Reports to improve performance reporting.
  • Newsletter content

    Newsletter content consists of keeps funders up to date in the implementation of outreach
  • Program Management

    Program Management consists of assisting the organization in initiating, planning, executing
    and achieving specific goals within the given constraints.
  • Financial Due Diligence

    Financial Due Diligence consists of evaluating the entire set of financial statements and
    identifying cost saving opportunities that is beneficial to the organization.
  • Risk Analysis

    Risk Analysis refers to the assessment of uncertainty about forecasted future cash flows
    streams, variance of portfolio/stock returns, statistical analysis to determine the probability
    of a program’s success or failure, and possible future economic states.
  • Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats (SWOT) Analysis

    Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats (SWOT) Analysis consists of identifying
    the internal (Strengths and Weaknesses) and external (Opportunities and Threats) factors
    which can be used to effectively build an organization’s strategic plan.
  • Performance measurement

    Performance measurement consists of analyzing how well organisations are managed and
    measure the value they deliver for customers and other stakeholders.


  • Suspicious Transactions Analysis

    Suspicious Transactions Analysis consists of assessing organization transactions, in
    particularly high risk organization functions (such as payroll, accounts payable and
    expenses) for indicators of fraud.
  • Process Control Enhancement

    Process Control Enhancement consists of searching through data to determine anomalous
    transactions which require further examination across core financial processes, (including
    accounts payable, payroll, accounts receivable and manual journal processes).
  • Continuous Control Monitoring (CCM)

    Continuous Control Monitoring (CCM) consists of repeatable process which supports
    continuous control or fraud monitoring initiatives.
  • Spend Analysis

    Spend Analysis consists of assisting organizations with quickly evaluating expenditure
    patterns in their procurement process and decrease procurement costs while improving the
    organization’s efficiency.
  • Procurement Enhancement

    Procurement Enhancement consists of the identifying spending inefficiencies and possible
    of savings opportunities.
  • Revenue Assurance

    Revenue Assurance consists of helping organizations to identify, quantify and recapture
    revenue leakages within their organization processes.
  • Fraud Prevention Plan

    Fraud Prevention Plan consists of providing early detection of fraud, investigation of fraud
    and special initiatives to minimize its negative impact of fraud.