"Auspicium prides itself on the quality and value we added to our clients. Auspicium is frequently referred to client colleagues and associates" - Denise Cicchella, CFO
Fair Lawn, NJ (PRWEB) September 10, 2013
Auspicium was founded, building upon CFO Denise’s Cicchella’s previous book Construction Auditing: Overview, Monitoring and Auditing. She has received a lot of support from people who read the book or clients that recommended her to others. This lead her to the decision to break out and form Auspicium. Auspicium offers a wide range of services but focuses on construction audit services and construction audit training. She has been noted as an industry leader in the field of construction audit.
After starting business at the height of the recession, Auspicium has gone on to serve a wide range of clients in sectors such as pharmaceutical, government, healthcare, education, retail, mining, and electronics. Auspicium has served clients in a construction audit role and has trained many students through public and private courses. Auspicium prides itself on the satisfaction of its clients and the practical solutions that they implement to provide long term value to their clients. Auspicium clients frequently refer the work of Auspicium to colleagues and associates as a testament to the value and quality of the products offered.
Auspicium has trademarked a unique construction audit risk assessment module that allows them to facilitate sharing of risks with clients and easy conversion to audit test plans. This risk assessment tool, called CARE® is one of the fundamentals of Auspicium’s practices and has been well received by students and clients. CARE(R) focuses on six pillars of project success: cost, time, scope, function, quality and safety.
One student recently spoke after class, as she wanted to know how to use CARE as a foundation when she could not possibly perceive any other risks that are not covered. After taking the course, she realized how the tool works and had complimented that she was able to easily implement it upon her return for training.
Auspicium's latest public course offering is being held November 14 and 15 in San Francisco California. The course focuses on Construction Audit and Transition Management and teaches a practical approach to project risk assessment by using the CARE(R) Methodology. The course offers an informative source of information as well as an excellent opportunity to network.
Auspicium has spoken for major organizations such as National Association of Construction Auditors, association of Certified Fraud Examiners, Institute of Internal Auditors, MISti, Compliance Online, Marcus Evans, and Healthcare Financial Management Association. Auspicium has also collaborated on a special project for QFinance through the publishing of Auditing for Corporates, a textbook on the present and future of the accounting and auditing fields in Qatar. Auspicium has published several articles for the IIA – specifically: Auditing Third Party Contracts and Auditing Project Management Initiatives. Auspicium will be discussing the role of internal audit in the ERM process for Compliance Online at the end of September.