Project management to work better, not harder
ˈSkejəl is designed exclusively for the needs of audit firms. Our flexible platform adapts to your workflows for efficient planning and oversight on every engagement.
Say goodbye to messy spreadsheets and missed deadlines. With ˈSkejəl, audit firms regained control and can simplify their audit process.
With ˈSkejəl, real-time reporting and tracking keeps all users aligned. No more chasing down status updates or figuring out who's behind.
ˈSkejəl takes the chaos out of managing audits and projects. The easy interface is designed specifically for how auditors work, with easy-to-configure templates and workflows.
With advanced encryption algorithms and two-factor authentication working together to prevent security breaches.
ˈSkejəl’s cloud-based platform makes it accessible anywhere and anytime. Along with backups to keep data safe.
ˈSkejəl empowers your team to collaborate seamlessly, enabling you to deliver exceptional work. From streamlining workflows to effortlessly meeting deadlines, ˈSkejəl ensures that you impress clients every time.
Assign: Our user-friendly system makes it easy to communicate and assign.
Manage: Our tool can make you take charge, manage, and control like never before.
Track: Our intelligent interface allows you to effortlessly monitor and track your team's progress.
Take control of your audit projects with ˈSkejəl, the all-in-one project management tool built for audit firms
Inquiry and report that tracks all project details in one centralized location.
High/low sessions effortlessly scale your team's hours to match real-time demand and for measuring performance.
A setup tools to seamlessly regulate overworking to real-time demand.
This powerful tool designed for audit workflow, allowing you to optimize resources, workloads, and make data-driven decisions to grow your firm.
More focused on the client
Say goodbye to messy paperwork
Eliminate the risk of overlooked details
Meet deadlines with precision
Enhancing the overall quality of your services
Bid farewell to inefficient resource allocation