European Court of Auditors at Process Mining Camp 2020
The fifth speaker at Process Mining Camp 2020 was Zsolt Varga from the European Court of Auditors in Luxembourg.
A Journey through the Use Cases for Process Mining in Audit
The European Court of Auditors is one of the seven institutions of the European Union. It was established in 1975 in Luxembourg in order to improve EU financial management.
Zsolt Varga is a Data Scientist at the European Court of Auditors. He shows the results from four different process mining projects at different agencies. In some of these projects they could use their own data. In other projects they had to rely on external data from standard and non-standard systems. Sometimes the data could be used right away. And sometimes it needed to be heavily pre-processed. Zsolt reviews the results of all four projects with the eye of an auditor. He concludes that arriving at audit findings is an iterative process by a multi-disciplinary team, involving the data analyst, domain experts, and the auditee.
Watch the video of Zsolt’s presentation for a deep-dive into the world of using process mining for audits.