Role of Information and Communication Technology in Applying Quality Control Procedures in Audit Offices in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan
- Reem Aqab
The study aims to determine the impact of information technology on quality control elements and procedures, including vocational requirements, personal management procedures, client acceptance and continuance, audit performance, and following up and monitoring procedures used by auditing offices in Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan.
The researcher has used descriptive analytical approach for conducting relevant literature reviews. In addition, a questionnaire has been distributed to study sample (i.e audit offices) in order to identify to which extent information technology affects audit quality control.
The recent study has found that information technology affects highly quality control procedures and elements including vocational requirements, personal management procedures, client acceptance and continuance, plus audit performance in audit offices. In addition, it has concluded that information technology has a medium impact on following-up and monitoring procedures used by audit offices moreover, the study showed that using information technology has contributed to achieve quality control goals, desired.
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