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Auditing Business Applications

Format: On-demand

A business application may be a single software program or a collection of hardware, firmware, and software applications operating as an integrated system to enable the organization’s processes. Common examples of business applications include enterprise resource planning systems, point-of-sale systems, industrial control systems, and customer relationship management and billing systems. Key features that distinguish a business application from a simpler program — often called a tool — include (1) whether the software has been programmed to perform specific business processes and (2) whether user accounts have differentiated permissions.

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