IT audits in
IT audits in
- IT security.
- Contract with IT suppliers (SLA, prices).
- Legal risks, including licensing
- Gaps (+/-) on CAPEX (IT) costs versus market average.
- Gaps (+/-) on OPEX (IT) costs versus market average.
- Evaluation of IT departments – structure, competence, limitations
- SLA services to an internal business client
- Analysis and evaluation of IT contract.
- Complete evaluation of the IT activities and IT systems.
IT audits of
- Detailed analysis of the revenue structure including the type of services (permanent, design) or products (licenses). This analysis is not based on financial data but operational data – a detailed analysis of the source of invoices.
- Analysis of risks related to intellectual property, copyright, limitations resulting, from example, from the use of third party software.
- Analysis of risks related to intellectual property, copyright, limitations resulting, for example, from the use of third party software.
- Analysis of risks related to human capital – software development standards, documentation, staff turnover, time of adaptation of new engineers into the manufacturing process – financial data, interviews.
- Analysis of contracts with clients – “AS IS” and future ones.
- Quality analysis of the software development process.
- Analysis of the use of new technologies and possible potential.
- Estimation of technological debt.
- Assessment of the structure and standards of management of a technology company.
- Evaluation of the so-called “free runs” and efficiency. To what extent the company is prepared to implement new projects.
- Assessment of the structure of technological competence.
- Assessment of the estimation of new projects and addressing project risks – sales methodology versus design.
- Assessment of the maturity of customer support processes, error correction, SLA implementation.
- Evaluation of financial data – to what extent the finances reflect the actual picture of project implementation, costs – reserves, revenues (time of obtaining versus project methodologies), etc.
- Evaluation of employment contracts and B2B contracts in the context of liability and intellectual/legal values.
- Evaluation of the feasibility study in time and budget.
- Assessment of implementation costs versus market standards.
- Assessment of the reliability of the performance of business analyses and adjustment to the real financial requirements.
consulting in the field
of computer science