SMSF auditing firm Evolv has announced the release of its latest product that allows auditors to maintain control of the auditing process and brand their audits.
Evolv White will complement Evolv Black and Evolv Grey as part of their existing full-service audit offering.
Evolv managing director Ron Phipps-Ellis said the platform is not meant to compete with other SMSF auditors, but help future-proof firms and promote efficiency.
“We’ve built our technology on a cloud-based integrated platform that embraces data feeds, allowing automation of the whole audit process. We see this as a major point of difference to older platforms,” Mr Phipps-Ellis said.
“The market is large and our SMSF audit industry is disparate. Mergers and acquisitions of SMSF audit practices aren’t common. The new offering provides an alternate way to collaborate and do our jobs more efficiently – together.
“Our vision is to lead the way in these disruptive times by introducing new ways to do audits and bring that to an appreciative audience – forward-thinking auditors looking for award-winning services and products that only Evolv can deliver”.
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