AUDITOR Definition

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AUDITOR is an accountant usually certified by a national professional association of accountants, if one exists in the corporation's country, or certified by another countrys recognized national association of accountants. Corporations will often work with both internal auditors and external auditors.

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TRANSACTION FILE is a collection of transaction records. The data in transaction files is used to update the master files, which contain the data about the subjects of the organization (customers, employees, vendors, etc.). Transaction files also serve as audit trails and history for the organization.

ANR is Average Number of Runs or Average Not Ready (call centers).

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