Automation and visualisation of journal entry testing
PwC Luxembourg is the largest professional services firm in Luxembourg with 2,600 people employed from 55 different countries. It provides audit, tax and advisory services including management consulting, transaction, financing and regulatory advice to a wide variety of clients from local and middle market entrepreneurs to large multinational companies operating from Luxembourg and the Greater Region. It helps its clients create value they are looking for by giving comfort to the capital markets and providing advice through an industry focused approach. The global PwC network is the largest provider of professional services in audit, tax and advisory. We’re a network of independent firms in 157 countries and employ more than 208,000 people.
The primary goal of this project is to develop a standard data model and define a catalogue of data integrity checks for journal entry testing. Further, based on the standard data model, a visualisation platform should be created using advanced tools (e.g. Qlik Sense). The results of data integrity checks should then be displayed via the platform and several queries/tests can be executed through the platform. Thereby, utilising the platform should be user friendly, intuitive and should allow end-users to analyse the data in an easy way. Lastly, an export function is required to document test results in audit files.
Who are we looking for?
- Computer science or information management students, students of other degree programs are always welcome
- Labour costs: 5 to 8 hours per week
- Team: 5 to 6 students, 1 Contact & Cooperation Trier e. V. project leader
- Reimbursement of expenses and continuous support by Contact & Cooperation Trier e. V.