Object Oriented Model Development for Education Institutes’ Internal Auditing Process

By | August 11, 2018

Sally Dafaallah Abualgasim, Department Computer Engineering, Faculty of Engineering and Technology, University of Gezira, Wed Medani, Sudan.
Hujla Siddig Abd-Allah Osman, Accounting and Banking Information Systems Department, Wad Medani Technological College, Sudan Technological University
Wed Medani, Sudan.

Abstract—The technology plays an essential role and help the organizations to work better and maximizing their operation achievements. The IT auditor plays an increasingly important role in helping organizations to manage and respond to risks.
The aim of this paper is to gather some of the internal auditor’s skills to be available for other auditors in education institute and collect the experiences of the auditors to design a system and also help internal auditors to manage their tasks in a systematic way by automating the accounting files. The proposed system will help the internal auditor to take good, fast, and more accurate decisions and to provide an internal auditing system for education institute. The study used the object-oriented models to design the internal auditing system.

Keywords- IT Auditor; Object Oriented Model; Internal Auditor; Education Institute; Accounts Auditing; UML.

Citation: Sally Dafaallah Abualgasim, JHujla Siddig Abd-Allah Osman, “Object Oriented Model Development for Education Institutes’ Internal Auditing Process”, The World of Computer Science and Information Technology Journal (WSCIT). 2016, Volume 6, Issue 5. pp. 31.38.

2016, Volume 6, Issue 5.

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