ACCG340 AUDITING AND ASSURANCE SERVICES CASE STUDY ASSIGNMENT. Case Study Assignment (20% of the total assessment) This assignment consists of two (2) separate components consisting of a group component with two parts (Parts 1 and 2) and an individual component (Part 3) based on Pythree Pty Ltd (Pythree). Groups of five (5) are to be formed within your tutorials for the group component of this assignment task. Only one submission per group for Parts 1 and 2 is to be made electronically on iLearn by the due date and time i.e. you should nominate one member to submit both parts. The group component consists of a written report to be submitted in two parts (Parts 1 and 2). The objective of the group report is to develop your communications skills and capacity for collaborative learning and to test your ability to integrate skills learnt in this unit of study, i.e. to analyse a company’s operations and data from the auditor’s perspective, with an emphasis on applying data analytic techniques. Successful completion of this case study requires completion of Qlik Continuous Classroom learning modules specified in the Unit Weekly Guide, as well as additional modules and/or self‐directed learning of data analytic techniques as necessary. You are expected to demonstrate ability to synthesise relevant financial and non‐financial information and the data provided and use this information in planning (and performing) the audit of Pythree. The individual component (Part 3) is an individual dashboard/app task that builds on the work completed in Parts 1 and 2. While Part 3 is to be completed individually, students in groups that work collaboratively and effectively in Parts 1 and 2 will benefit in preparing their responses to Part 3. Each student must make an individual submission of Part 3 electronically on iLearn by the due date and time. The objectives of this component are to consolidate your skills in utilising data analytic techniques and to develop your analytical skills in critically evaluating and developing responses to potential significant audit risks in relation to a client organisation.