Komputer Auditing

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1. Jelaskan tentang software audit dan berikan gambarnya serta kelebihan dan kekurangannya.
Jawaban : IDEA (Interactive Data Analysis Software) Merupakan software audit yang dapat digunakan untuk membuat rekonsiliasi, investigasi kecurangan, internal / operational audit, pemindahan file, mempersiapkan laporan manajemen dan analisis-analisis lainnya, termasuk menelusuri security log. IDEA adalah software yang powerful dan mudah dioperasikan untuk membantu akunting dan professional keuangan meningkatkan keahlian auditing, mendeteksi kecurangam dan memenuhi dokumen-dokumen standar. Software ini memungkinkan kita untuk mengimpor data dengan cepat, menyertakan, menganalisa, mengambil sample dan mengekstrak data dari berbagai macam sumber, termasuk laporan yang dicetak dari sebuah file. Didesain oleh Akuntan untuk Akuntan, IDEA menawarkan sebuah tampilan antar muka yang intuitif termasuk fungsi point dan klik, menu bantuan, tutorial dan multi tampilan. Dengan kemampuan ukuran file yang tak terbatas, IDEA dapat mengakses dan menganalisa data yang berukuran besar dalam beberapa detik saja, membebaskan anda untuk menganjurkan manajemen dalam proyek tambahan dan memberikan analisa yang mendalam. Kelebihan : * Memang dirancang sebagai software audit sehingga semua fungsi audit sudah tercakup/ built-in didalamnya * Dapat membuat /mencatat semua log / perubahan dalam database serta mencatat semua langkah yang telah dilakukan * Dapat melakukan proses yang berulang untuk subyek audit yang sama

Kekurangan : * Tidak dimiliki/ diinstall ditiap komputer pemeriksa * Tidak semua pemeriksa memiliki kemampuan mengoperasikan software ini * Tidak ada/ Jarang buku2…...

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