Easily collect feedback
Following an audit, it’s helpful to understand how internal stakeholders felt about the process. Having a systematic way to collect that feedback and integrate it into future processes benefits your organization in the long run.
Identify critical gaps
Using feedback surveys, you’re able to identify gaps in your process you may have otherwise never noticed. This ensures that moving forward, you’re more comprehensive in your assessments leading up to the audit.
Use feedback to your advantage
Once feedback has been collected, it’s important to review it and integrate it into your processes accordingly. Having a member of the Audit team reviewing all feedback ensures that nothing slips through the cracks and the survey results help improve your program.
Increase auditor buy-in
Incorporating audit feedback over time to improve your processes increases buy-in. The better working relationship you have, the more they will take your recommendations into consideration.