FAQ

A business operations audit is conducted by an external consultant or an internal auditor. The individual should be experienced and knowledgeable in business operations and procedures.

A business operations audit helps identify inefficiencies, risks, and opportunities for growth. It can help businesses streamline their operations, reduce costs, and improve their performance.

The length of a business operations audit varies depending on the size and complexity of the business. Typically, it takes between 2-4 weeks.

During the audit, the auditor will review the company’s operations and procedures, interview staff, and observe how tasks are performed. The auditor will then make recommendations on how to improve the company’s operations

The benefits of a business operations audit include identifying inefficiencies, reducing costs, improving performance, and mitigating risks.

After the audit, the auditor will provide a report detailing their findings and recommendations. The company can then use this report to develop an action plan to implement the recommendations.

The audit should not disrupt your operations significantly. The auditor will work with you to schedule interviews and observations at a convenient time.

The cost of the audit varies depending on the size and complexity of the business. But generally, it’s between $4800 and $7200.