Process Audit

A process audit focuses on the evaluation and optimization of specific processes within a company. The goal is to assess and continuously improve process quality and efficiency. Process audits help identify weaknesses and develop measures for process optimization.


Process audits are often conducted by internal auditors or external experts. Auditors evaluate the process flows based on process descriptions, performance metrics, and direct observations. Key aspects of a process audit include reviewing process documentation, analyzing process performance, and identifying potential improvements.


Process audits are particularly useful when implementing new processes, optimizing existing workflows, or conducting supplier audits. They contribute to increasing the efficiency and quality of production and business processes, ensuring they meet customer requirements and internal standards.


  • Optimization of Process Quality: Regular reviews allow for continuous improvement and adaptation of processes to changing conditions.
  • Increased Efficiency: Inefficient workflows are identified and optimized through appropriate measures.
  • Improved Customer Satisfaction: Efficient and high-quality processes contribute to meeting customer requirements.

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VIVATIS uses digital audits with Testify.