Project Assurance

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Rather than auditing major system developments or other major change projects after they have gone live, Uniac prefer to audit major change at its design stage. This reduces the risk of costly alterations post implementation; offers you increased assurance that risks are being controlled from day one; and ensures that excessive layers of control - and therefore cost - are not being designed into new systems or processes.

Our approach to project audit is based upon building a strong understanding of how new systems and supporting processes will work in their live state. Recognising that project teams work in a very dynamic environment and to tight deadlines, we work quickly and flexibly to respond to system proposals, helping the project team as a whole to meet their targets.

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