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We, Internal Audit, are seeing Alteryx used more and more in two ways:
- Alteryx workflows developed and used by business process owners to automate pieces of controls
- Alteryx workflows developed and used by auditors to do testing more efficiently
We are looking for efficient ways to prove that the Alteryx workflows are (a) designed efficiently; and (b) are not inappropriately changing from one run to the next.
We imagine as Alteryx's use is expanding, we are not the only ones struggling with these questions around accuracy and completeness which are always top of mind.
We are in the beginning of our journey and are looking to hear what approach others are taking.
Thanks in advance!
Hi @RodiT ,
as a starting point I recommend you read the following posts:
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