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    Narayanan Cg United States of America useful
    2015-04-24 09:04:06

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    sunday mbiam Nigeria The use Evaluating and auditing the system, it is a continuing monitoring to ensure that the system is working properly.
    2015-04-22 13:04:52

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    Uba Oguchi Christian Nigeria in this point it is very important to maintain accuracy in producing system information. it is also good to continue monitoring the process to ensure that the system is producing accurate information.
    2015-04-13 10:04:26

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    Brian Kuhuni Nigeria the system has a monitoring process embedded to ensure that it remains credible
    2015-04-11 12:04:49

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    Twagirayezu Jean Baptiste Rwanda The system should be friendly and clear for all users
    2015-04-09 08:04:06

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    Maria Rosario Acuña-Hilton United States of America The use Evaluating and auditing the system, it is a continuing monitoring to ensure that the system is working properly.
    2015-04-08 01:04:10

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    Jahidul Islam Bangladesh what is auditing the system ?
    2015-04-07 23:04:15

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    Jahidul Islam Bangladesh In this area a continual monitoring process should be in place to ensure that the system is producing accurate information. In systems where there are no mandatory audits required, often the company will create checks of its own to ensure the accuracy of information being produced. A common example of this would be a stock take where the stock levels on the shelves are compared with the information contained within the system to ensure accuracy. These audits of the system will be built into the standard operating procedures of the company.
    2015-04-07 23:04:52

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    Bandar Alalwi United States of America How you auditing the system ?
    2015-04-06 17:04:13

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    Bandar Alalwi United States of America The system auditing for evaluation .
    2015-04-06 17:04:31

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    Bander Alalwi United States of America How These audits of the system will be built into the standard operating procedures of the company?
    2015-04-04 22:04:41

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    Bander Alalwi United States of America These audits of the system will be built into the standard operating procedures of the company.
    2015-04-04 22:04:22

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    Genaro Ceballos Panama as it is important to validate or audit record all implementacion.en the orgaizacion.
    2015-03-27 19:03:21

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    Chikwamo Joseph Mulenga Zambia SOPs are there to provide a guide to the operator of the system to avoid costly deviations or abuse. But even then, SOPs should not be that rigid. Flexibility should provided for so that there is continuous improvement within the new system. There should be a feed back platform for the users of the system and as you take stock be mindful of the feed back content which may be useful in continuous improvement. Rubbishing every operator challenge may not mean well for the new innovation.
    2015-03-26 00:03:03

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    CONFIDENCE Ekeh Nigeria when a system is introduced having audit on shows just eager everyone is to accepting the new innovation
    2015-03-24 10:03:47

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    Oyetope Oyewunmi Nigeria Well explained.
    2015-03-20 16:03:18

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    Oyetope Oyewunmi Nigeria Ok.
    2015-03-20 16:03:16

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    Mabrat Abdulai Sierra Leone good
    2015-03-20 16:03:23

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    Mabrat Abdulai Sierra Leone good
    2015-03-20 15:03:34

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    Odongo Moses Uganda The Use/Evaluation Phase: auditing the system, In this area a continual monitoring process should be in place to ensure that the system is producing accurate information. In systems where there are no mandatory audits required, often the company will create checks of its own to ensure the accuracy of information being produced. A common example of this would be a stock take where the stock levels on the shelves are compared with the information contained within the system to ensure accuracy. These audits of the system will be built into the standard operating procedures of the company
    2015-03-17 16:03:56

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