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Social Audit

A social audit is a process of evaluating a company's social, ethical, and environmental performance to determine the company's level of social responsibility and need for improvement.

Technical Audit

A technical audit is a comprehensive examination of a supplier's production methods and quality assurance procedures to give you assurance and to fix the shortcomings.

Security Audit

A security audit is a methodical assessment of the information system security of a business by gauging how well it complies with a predetermined set of standards.

BIS Registration

For IT & Electronics Products

BEE Registration

For Energy Consuming Appliances

WPC Registration

For Wi-Fi & BT- Enabled Products

ISI Registration

For various product categories

Introduction to Audit

By conducting audits, you can make sure that you are adhering to regulatory, industry, and international market requirements.

Expert auditing can be used as a tool to strengthen your company by giving you the verified data you need to make decisions about everything from product quality to company security.

How to get Audit Service in India?

Our team at Ornate Quality Services, provides you with the tools to assess and improve your business while satisfying both internal and external customer expectations, from sharing best practises and new industry requirements to evaluating your performance and products against your own objectives.

Ornate Quality Services provides complete step by step guide and support with assistance of its highly experienced professional team to the manufacturers in getting BEE Registration Certificate for their products. For any consultancy or assistance.

Supply Chain Security

  CTPAT Five & Step Risk Assessment
  1. Goods and cargo mapping and business partner identification.
  2. Performing a Threat Assessment: Finding Supply Chain Threats in the Nation, Region, and/or City.
  3. Finding Weaknesses in a Company's Procedures and Supply Chain: The Vulnerability Assessment Process.
  4. Once weaknesses and threats have been identified, an action plan will be created.
  5. Creating a record of the steps and processes involved in conducting risk assessments.

Statutory Audit

Statutory audit is a mandatory audit required by law for companies and other organizations as per the Companies Act and other relevant laws. The purpose of a statutory audit is to examine the financial statements of an organization and provide an opinion on their fairness and accuracy. A statutory audit is conducted by a Chartered Accountant (CA), who is independent of the organization being audited and possesses expertise in auditing and accounting. The findings of a statutory audit are reported to the shareholders, stakeholders, and regulatory authorities, and can have a significant impact on the reputation and credibility of an organization.

Tax Audit

A tax audit is a review of a person's or business's financial records and tax returns by a tax authority to ensure that the information reported is accurate and in compliance with tax laws. The purpose of a tax audit is to determine if the taxpayer has correctly reported their income, expenses, and tax liability, and if they have paid the appropriate amount of taxes owed. During a tax audit, the tax authority may request additional documentation and information, and they may make adjustments to the taxpayer's return if they find errors or omissions. If the taxpayer is found to owe additional taxes, they may be subject to penalties and interest charges.

Internal Audit

An internal audit is an audit conducted by an organization's own staff to ensure that its financial and operational systems are functioning efficiently and effectively. The purpose of an internal audit is to identify potential risks and improve the organization's internal control processes. An internal audit can be conducted on a regular basis or as needed, and can be focused on specific areas of concern, such as financial reporting, procurement, or information security. The findings of an internal audit are reported to the organization's management, who can then take corrective action as needed.

Management Audit

A management audit is a type of audit that assesses the efficiency and effectiveness of a company's management systems and processes. The purpose of a management audit is to evaluate the organization's ability to achieve its objectives and to identify areas for improvement. A management audit typically covers the organization's strategic planning, resource allocation, performance measurement, and risk management processes. The findings are reported to the organization's management, who can then take action to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the company's operations.

Compliance Audit

A compliance audit is a type of audit that assesses an organization's compliance with laws, regulations, and policies, both internal and external. The purpose of a compliance audit is to ensure that an organization is adhering to all relevant laws, regulations, and policies, and to identify any potential violations or areas of non-compliance. A compliance audit can cover a wide range of areas, such as health and safety, environmental protection, anti-corruption, and data privacy. The findings of a compliance audit are reported to the organization's management, who can then take action to rectify any violations or non-compliance issues.

System Audit

A system audit evaluates the design, implementation, and performance of an organization's IT infrastructure.The goal of a system audit is to assess the reliability, security, and effectiveness of an organization's information systems and to identify any potential risks or weaknesses. This audit typically covers various aspects of an organization's information systems, such as network security, software development processes, data backup and recovery procedures, and access controls.It may include a review of an organization's hardware, software, data, and processes, as well as a security assessment of the network and systems.