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Understanding Remote Auditing: Benefits and Barriers

This pandemic has produced multiple risks and challenges, both unpredictable and unprecedented. In this challenging phase, the quality and compliance teams encounter particular barriers. But at the same time, they can collectively work using technologies and take this opportunity to improve working approaches.

Embracing a remote auditing approach can facilitate ongoing operations immediately and intensify changes to make processes and procedures more agile for the long term. The remote audit is here to stay everlasting. Initially, traditional audits were well-planned and well-executed yet caused some inconvenience and interruptions to the audited firms. In the case of remote audit, organizations find it increasingly attractive as it reduces costs, and resources are evident with virtual methodologies. Remote audit is recognized as the most efficient and productive mode of auditing.

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