User organizations that obtain a Service Auditor’s Report from their service organization(s) receive valuable information regarding the service organization’s controls and the effectiveness of those controls. The user organization receives a detailed description of the service organization’s controls and an independent assessment of whether the controls were placed in operation, suitably designed, and operating effectively (in the case of a Type II report).
User organizations should provide a Service Auditor’s Report to their auditors. This will greatly assist the user auditor in planning the audit of the user organization’s financial statements. Without a Service Auditor’s Report, the user organization would likely have to incur additional costs in sending their auditors to the service organization to perform their procedures.
Our auditor is Linford & Company LLP.