Audit Clients: What you need to know about digital authorizations

One digital authorization for all of your audit confirmations

Audit confirmations are essential for any successful financial audit. But obtaining audit confirmations from third parties (like banks, law firms, and companies) can be a time-consuming process for your auditors. Non-responses from mail, fax, and email are common, creating unnecessary work for auditors and causing delays in completing your audit.

Confirmation’s online platform helps auditors perform seamless and secure confirmations with your constituents such as banks, law firms, customers, and suppliers. Our platform ensures that auditors obtain responses from validated institutions and authorized responders, which provides trustworthy audit evidence and combats potential confirmation fraud.

Providing authorization to disclose information

You are required to provide an authorization to the confirming party to disclose information to your auditor as part of the confirmation process. Confirmation’s platform makes this process quick and easy for you, with no papers to mail, fax, or scan. The short videos below explain more.