Post-implementation audit is a review process that takes place after the installation of a new system to determine status, level of user satisfaction, the accomplishment of stated goals and further action items required. It is usually timed to allow the new system to operate for a given period, such as a quarter, to concentrate on ongoing issues rather than those generated and resolved at the cutover time.

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