Transparency is key for any successful organization. With ReviewMate, auditors are provided with the means to interact with other completed audits and to add comments or notes that are attached to a specific code, a specific coder, or to auditors themselves. With these features, channels of communication are opened between the coder, the auditor, and any client, helping to provide context throughout an entire audit.
Using the features that ReviewMate provides, communication is stacked in a manner like modern thread-based messaging that helps to enable transparency across entire chains of interactions. This allows for a more robust level of communication between all parties and provides critical context to the different actions when reviewing an audit.
The Audit the Auditor (ATA) tool will allow you to create rules and flags so that the system will automatically generate an ATA review when the criteria are met. This can be related to accuracy thresholds, reviewers within a certain timeframe, or can be manually generated as needed. ReviewMate will populate an ATA review with reviewers’ completed reviews, so these can be audited almost as if the ATA review is brand new.
Having this critical context is vital to reviewing and understanding a particular audit, whether it’s a simple performance review or an investigation into the compliance of an auditor. When you use ReviewMate, you will have all the necessary tools at your disposal to examine auditors and their work, enabling a deeper level of control to efficiently make sure compliance is maintained.