The team will now be able to access the data directly from a centralized data repository with multiple auditors working simultaneously across the globe. The solution will also enable the auditors to record, track, and monitor qualitative or quantitative audit findings across different business groups and across different geographies. The findings will be retained along with all the detailed observations and recommendations in predefined formats. A unique offline capability that allows auditors to enter audit findings in notebook, computers, or handheld devices at remote field sites will be provided.
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No, you only need to look at one component of the audit risk model, which is audit risk. The terms acceptable audit risk and audit risk are interchangeable ie they mean the same thing. Therefore when you look in the textbook and the notes from Lecture 5, you are only looking at the one component of the audit risk model. There are only 3 main factors that we have talked about that affect acceptable audit risk. I would like you to look for any of these 3 factors in the case study and talk about whether they increase or decrease acceptable audit risk.