Chattanooga Seo Services (CHS) is looking to raise €30,000 towards a €70,000 pilot audit service that will provide a simple audit tool for businesses and individuals in the city.
The service, which was launched last year, will enable businesses to perform basic audit functions without any need for staff training, according to a brochure.
The service is available for a limited number of businesses and organizations that are not subject to the Audit Act and can be used by businesses and others who are looking for an audit service to audit their services, according the brochure published on the city’s website.
The city said the pilot service will be free of charge and open to the public, and that it has plans to extend the service beyond the city boundaries.
Chattanooga Mayor Paul Smith said the service is a way for people in the City of Chattanooga to make sure that their services are performing as expected and is a step towards transparency.
“I think we need more transparency in the audit services that are offered by the City,” Smith said.
“It’s good for our businesses and it’s good to help our customers to know what their audit service is costing, and it will allow us to better manage the costs.”
The service will use software developed by CHS, which will be available for free to businesses.
CHS also said it will also provide other audit services in the future, including one for city contractors.
The pilot service is the latest initiative from CHS to improve its audit service and aims to help businesses audit their own services.
Chadroneworks, which is a partner in the CHS audit service, has also been offering a free audit service for two years.
Smith said CHS is hoping to expand its pilot audit services to other cities in the state.
“We’re looking at all over the country,” he said.
“I’m sure other cities will see that opportunity and we want to be part of it.”