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Baker Tilly International Adopts Wolters Kluwer Tax and Accounting’s TeamMate Internal Audit Platform as Standard Technology

Press Release by Baker Tilly International

Press Release by Baker Tilly International - Wolters Kluwer and Baker Tilly International today announced that TeamMate global internal audit software has been adopted by Baker Tilly International as a recommended standard internal audit technology for its member firms.

TeamMate is the world's most widely-used internal audit management system, with more than 100,000 auditors at over 2,500 organizations using the solution globally. In addition, TeamMate solutions include Controls Management and Analytics. Together, this ecosystem of solutions provides auditors with the confidence needed to manage all aspects of risk identification and assessment, electronic working paper creation and management, controls framework management, and data analysis.  

“We’re excited to build upon our longstanding relationship with Baker Tilly International by helping its member firms increase the quality, accuracy and efficiency of their internal audits through TeamMate software,” said Mike Gowell, General Manager and Senior Vice President of TeamMate. “We look forward to partnering with Baker Tilly International’s member firms and the more than 28,000 professionals it represents to adopt TeamMate and to begin to realize the benefits of a streamlined internal audit management process.”

“We are pleased to partner with Wolters Kluwer to implement TeamMate and enhance the ability of member firms to communicate and work together to deliver internal audit services to global companies,” said Alyssa Martin, Baker Tilly International Global Governance and Risk Committee Chairperson and Partner-in-Charge of Risk Advisory Services at Weaver. “The TeamMate platform will house global methodology that will enhance collaboration for co-sourced and outsourced internal audit work. The implementation of the platform across member firms will provide global consistency of high quality service and visibility for clients across the globe.”

 

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