AuditBoard, a cloud-based platform “transforming” how enterprises manage critical audit, risk, and compliance programs, has announced that Richard Chambers has partnered with the company as senior internal audit advisor.
Chambers, recently retired from his role as CEO and president of The Institute of Internal Auditors – where he served a 12 year tenure.
Previously, Chambers was national practice leader in Internal Audit Advisory Services at PwC and vice president of The IIA’s Learning Center.
He is currently CEO of Richard F. Chambers and Associates, a global advisory firm for internal audit professionals.
In his new role, he will partner with AuditBoard on thought leadership, customer advisory, and industry research programs dedicated to “advancing the practice of internal audit through education and digital transformation”.
Chambers said: “The thing that gets me excited about AuditBoard, is the fact their GRC platform has been thoughtfully crafted for members of the profession -it’s modern and contemporary, designed to align audit, risk, and compliance professionals and other key stakeholders across the enterprise.”
“I don’t see how internal audit can continue to evolve and advance without transforming how they leverage technology to drive change and value. I speak a lot about capacity multipliers and there’s really no greater one than an integrated technology platform that can help you do much more with less and make your organization more effective.”