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Internal control, internal control, simply “in control” as a foundation for a well-organized company.

Constant changes in laws and regulations, market developments and technology also require SMEs + to be better in control of their risks, performance and operations. This requires continuous monitoring, but especially follow-up based on concrete indications that a number of things are not going well. With our data analysis approach we view 100% of the relevant transaction flows.

We assess revenue processes, production processes, inventory processes and purchasing processes. Based on internal standards, the so-called internal business rules, we can see where the deviations are. What is going well, what is not going well.

Coney Assurance supports SMEs + companies with the data-driven design of “in control” systems. In other words, periodic insight into which checks & balances work, or making transparent where the company drops. Think of alert systems around critical transaction flows, insight into financial performance and business processes.

The company is in the lead, we think and help. We do this as an external auditor in the context of the audit of the financial statements or standalone as a critical sounding board and specialist in the “in control” issue of SMEs + companies. Every year we assess the internal control environment of more than 60 SMEs + companies, in all sectors, operating nationally or internationally.

Our goal is simple: to inspire SMEs + to get more out of their own data and to gain better insight into their own In Control systems. Continuous sharpening and improvement of “in control” increases the profitability of companies and quality of processes.


        The company is in the lead, we think and help.

        The goal is smart management, insight into performance, risks and controls.

        We always do this in collaboration with the company and team members and is often an extension of our natural advisory function as external auditors. Naturally, we also use our knowledge and data-driven mindset at SMEs + companies that already have a different accounting firm for auditing the financial statements. Working together in this triangle is also great.

        “In control” projects consist of knowledge sharing sessions (workshops), advising and setting up data-driven controls or sharpening (re-using) existing internal controls. Our 3.0 team consists of experienced auditors, data analysts and internal control professionals.

        We teach SMEs + entrepreneurs to be “in control” in a data driven way.

        These are projects that we build up in logical steps, with the focus on timely monitoring of risks, performance and functioning of internal controls and improving, tightening up.

        Red Alerts & Exceptions at the transaction level are the outcomes of “in control” systems.

        Monitoring, Cause Analysis and Follow-up go hand in hand. Data driven “in control”.

        We see a transformation from manual checks & balances to data-driven “in control”. As far as we are concerned, companies are increasingly using data analysis to get a better grip on risks, performance and the functioning of internal control.

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