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Which component tasks are more difficult in an electronic system compared to a traditional paper audit workpaper system? With the component task difﬁculty and frequency ratings as background, this study next investigates the transition to using the electronic work system, and its post-adoption use. As previously noted, research in other business contexts ﬁnds that the full beneﬁt of paperless ofﬁce systems might not be achieved because employees work around systems. , 2005). However, repeated performance of workpaper tasks within the context of an auditor’s normal practice may resolve these problems over time.
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