Canadian business assurance analytics firm enters India
18 Feb 2005
New Delhi: Vancouver-based ACL Services, providers of computer-assisted audit technology for audit and continuous controls monitoring for financial and audit professionals, will now cater to the Indian market. The Canadian company has appointed New Delhi-based Seth Services as its key associate in India, to make available its business assurance analytics products, and services in the country. Under the agreement, Seth Services will be.
The Canadian company's business assurance analytics enable auditors, compliance and risk officers, and financial managers to independently assure compliance, reduce risk, detect fraud and contain costs.
According to Seema Seth, Partner, Seth Services, "ACL provides a fast, reliable method for enabling business assurance. With this associate partner agreement, Seth Services is now in a position to help enterprises steer towards their corporate goals and vision." Seth Services specialises in customised services and in financial software development, website, e-business and information security and assurance and also conducts professional training in data analysis, forensic audit, anti money laundering, business assurance methodology and IT security audit.
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