EisnerAmper Enhances its Process, Risk, and Technology Solutions Practice with CENTRL Technology
Firm adds new client capabilities to its PRTS Assessment and Consulting Business
EisnerAmper, one of the largest accounting and business advisory firms in the U.S., announced today that it will partner with CENTRL, a risk and compliance technology company, to enhance EisnerAmper’s Process, Risk and Technology Division’s Cyber Consulting and Assessment Practice.
EisnerAmper’s Process, Risk and Technology Solutions (PTRS) Group applies leading-edge best practices and current public accounting standards to assess, document and remediate emerging risks across internal audit, regulatory compliance, IT risk and cybersecurity functions.
EisnerAmper will leverage CENTRL’s software solution to bring greater automation to the examination and assessment process across the firm’s IT Risk & Cyber Security, Internal Audit and Regulatory Compliance and Digital Solution Process Transformation practices. Through this platform, Eisner will provide its clients with a more efficient tool for conducting assessments, internal and external interaction, and deeper analytics and dashboards. The CENTRL platform automates the end-to-end assessment process, as well as provides both parties with access to a centralized repository of documents, communications, real-time analytics and configurable dashboards.
“This alliance gives us another powerful tool in our firm’s technology tool belt,” says Jerry Ravi, Partner and Practice Leader of EisnerAmper’s Process, Risk and Technology Solutions (PRTS). “This will help us empower clients to enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of their operations.”
“We’re excited to partner with EisnerAmper to bring greater automation, efficiency and visibility to clients by applying technology and analytics to the assessment and audit process. We’re driven by the belief that the application of technology to risk and compliance will both drive greater efficiency and deliver better risk insights through deeper analytics,” says Sanjeev Dheer, CEO of CENTRL.