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How much IT involved in Auditing to (reduce Duration, Cost and increase Efficiency and Effectiveness), compare and contrast stud
Finance & Accounting
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How much IT involved in Auditing to (reduce Duration, Cost and increase Efficiency and Effectiveness), compare and contrast study between the UK and Kurdistan- Iraq. Abstract This research work has been designed to analyse the extent to which IT is involved in the auditing procedures in the UK and Kurdistan of Iraq…
To analyse the actual scenario, this research work has adopted qualitative survey method for collecting data about the research scenario. Data have been collected from twelve different organisations that have implemented IT based auditing tools. The data collected were interpreted properly and subjected to Strength, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats (SWOT) analysis to obtain the results of the research. It has been found that IT based auditing tools reduce the time of analysis and data retrieval. They provide good availability of data. They are more accurate, efficient and effective in conducting audit procedures. The cost involved in implementing and maintain them is considerably more. Comparing United Kingdom and Kurdistan, United Kingdom is more extensively using IT based audit tools than Kurdistan. Table of contents Chapter 1 - Research Introduction 1.1. Introduction 1.2. Research Scenario 1.3. Statement of the research Problem 1.4. Aim of the Research 1.5. Main Research Question and Hypotheses 1.6. Scope and Significance of this Research 1.7. Methodology of Research 1.8. Qualitative survey method 1.9. Data collecting instrument 1.10. ...
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