Author : Leslie Turner
Genre : Business & Economics
Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
ISBN : 9781119577836
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Accounting Information Systems provides a comprehensive knowledgebase of the systems that generate, evaluate, summarize, and report accounting information. Balancing technical concepts and student comprehension, this textbook introduces only the most-necessary technology in a clear and accessible style. The text focuses on business processes and accounting and IT controls, and includes discussion of relevant aspects of ethics and corporate governance. Relatable real-world examples and abundant end-of-chapter resources reinforce Accounting Information Systems (AIS) concepts and their use in day-to-day operation. Now in its fourth edition, this popular textbook explains IT controls using the AICPA Trust Services Principles framework—a comprehensive yet easy-to-understand framework of IT controls—and allows for incorporating hands-on learning to complement theoretical concepts. A full set of pedagogical features enables students to easily comprehend the material, understand data flow diagrams and document flowcharts, discuss case studies and examples, and successfully answer end-of-chapter questions. The book’s focus on ease of use, and its straightforward presentation of business processes and related controls, make it an ideal primary text for business or accounting students in AIS courses.

Author : Arline A. Savage
Genre : Business & Economics
Publisher : Wiley Global Education
ISBN : 9781119827832
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Accounting Information Systems, 1st Edition by Arline Savage, Danielle Brannock, and Alicja Foksinska presents a modern, professional perspective that develops the necessary skills students need to be the accountants of the future. Through high-quality assessment and integrated homework, students learn course concepts more efficiently and understand how course concepts are applied in the workplace through real-world application. Accounting Information Systems also focuses on helping students learn how to make informed business decisions through case-based learning and data analysis applications. Students work through Julia's Cookies,a flexible, running case that helps them understand how various systems come together to support a business, and how those systems evolve. Students also develop a critical thinking mindset by working through integrated analysis questions that take a tool-agnostic approach, as well as Tableau cases so students can practice making real business decisions using leading technology. To further help prepare students to be the accountants of the future, the authors incorporate their own industry experience and help showcase how AIS concepts are used through resources including Sample LinkedIn Job Posts and the Featured Professionals video series. These tools spotlight real accounting professionals and job opportunities, while connecting to chapter material, allowing student to see how what they're learning applies to business, as well as visualize the different paths AIS can take them.

Author : Li D. Xu
Genre : Business & Economics
Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN : 9780387759012
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This volume presents work from the IFIP TC 8 WG 8.9 International Conference on the Research and Practical Issues of Enterprise Information Systems (CONFENIS 2007). Enterprise information systems (EIS) have become increasingly popular. EIS integrate and support business processes across functional boundaries in a supply chain environment. In recent years, more and more enterprises world-wide have adopted EIS such as Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) for running their businesses.

Author : Martin Quinn
Genre : Business & Economics
Publisher : Routledge
ISBN : 9781317297338
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Information technology has permeated all walks of life in the past two decades. Accounting is no exception. Be it financial accounting, management accounting, or audit, information technology and systems have simplified daily tasks and routine work, simplified reporting, and changed how accounting is done. The Routledge Companion to Accounting Information Systems provides a prestige reference work which offers students and researchers an introduction to current and emerging scholarship in the discipline. Contributions from an international cast of authors provides a balanced view of both the technical underpinnings and organisational consequences of accounting information systems. With a focus on the business consequences of technology, this unique reference book will be a vital resource for students and researchers involved in accounting and information management.

Author : Mark G. Simkin
Genre : Business & Economics
Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
ISBN : 9781118742938
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Knowing how an accounting information systems gather and transform data into useful decision-making information is fundamental knowledge for accounting professionals. Mark Simkin, Jacob Rose, and Carolyn S. Norman's essential text, Core Concepts of Accounting Information Systems, 13th Edition helps students understand basic AIS concepts and provides instructors the flexibility to support how they want to teach the course.

Author : Ulric J. Gelinas
Genre : Accounting
Publisher : Cengage AU
ISBN : 9780170423687
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Today's accounting professionals are challenged to identify enterprise risks and provide quality assurance for a company's information systems. ACCOUNTING INFORMATION SYSTEMS, 11th International Edition, focuses on three critical accounting information systems in use today: enterprise systems; e-Business systems; and controls for maintaining those systems. Students will easily grasp even the most challenging topics as they explore today's most intriguing AIS topics relative to business processes, information technology, strategic management, security, and internal controls. The 11th International Edition provides students with the tools for organising and managing information to help them succeed and protect the integrity of their employer's information system.

Author : Charles Moller
Genre : Business & Economics
Publisher : CRC Press
ISBN : 9780415631310
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For many years now Enterprise Information Systems have been critical in helping businesses successfully navigate the global market. The development that started with design and implementation of integrated systems has evolved to incorporate a multitude of perspectives and ideas. The Enterprise Information Systems functionality extends from principally an ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) system to a portfolio of standard systems including CRM (Customer Relationship Management) systems and SCM (Supply Chain Management) systems. Advances in Enterprise Information Systems II is divided into seven thematic sections, each exploring a distinct topic. In “Concepts in Enterprise Information Systems” the authors present new concepts and ideas for the field. “Cases in Enterprise Information Systems” introduces studies of enterprise information systems in an organizational context. “Business Process Management” is one of the major themes within enterprise information systems and “Designing Enterprise Information Systems” discusses new approaches to the design of processes and system and also deals with how design can be taken as a specific perspective. “Enterprise Information Systems in various domains” features generic studies that contribute to advancing the practical knowledge of the field as well as towards “Global issues of Enterprise Information Systems”. Finally, in “Emerging Topics in Enterprise Information Systems”, new technologies and ideas are explored. Cloud computing in particular seems to be setting the agenda for future research in enterprise information systems. The book will be invaluable to academics and professionals interested in recent developments in the field of enterprise information systems.

Author : Daniela Mancini
Genre : Business & Economics
Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN : 9783642357619
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​This book contains a collection of research papers on accounting information systems including their strategic role in decision processes, within and between companies. An accounting system is a complex system composed of a mix of strictly interrelated elements such as data, information, human resources, IT tool, accounting models and procedures. Accounting information systems are often considered the instrument by default for accounting automation. This book aims to sketch a clear picture of the current state of AIS research, including design, acceptance and reliance, value-added decision making, interorganizational links, and process improvements. The contributions in this volume emphasize that AIS has grown into a powerful strategic tool. The book provides evidence for this observation by examining a wide range of current issues ranging from theory development in AIS to practical applications of accounting information systems. In particular it focuses on themes of growing interest in the realm of XBRL and Financial Reporting, Management Information Systems, IT/IS Audit and IT/IS Compliance. The book will be of interest to financial and managerial accountants and IT/IS practitioners, including information systems managers and consultants.

Author : Erik Strauss
Genre : Business & Economics
Publisher : Taylor & Francis
ISBN : 9781000777055
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The Routledge Handbook of Accounting Information Systems is a prestige reference work offering a comprehensive overview of the state of current knowledge and emerging scholarship in the discipline of AIS. The pace of technological-driven change is rapid, and this revised edition provides a deeper focus on the technical underpinnings and organisational consequences of accounting information systems. It has been updated to capture the changes in technology since the previous edition. It now includes chapters and scholarly thought on artificial intelligence, predictive analytics and data visualisation, among others. Contributions from an international cast of authors provide a balanced overview of established and developing themes, identifying issues and discussing relevant debates. The chapters are analytical and engaging. Many chapters include cases or examples, and some provide additional resources for readers. The chapters also provide a reflection on where the research agenda is likely to advance in the future. This is a complete and indispensable guide for students and researchers in accounting and accounting information systems, academics and students seeking convenient access to an unfamiliar area, as well as established researchers seeking a single repository on the current debates and literature in the field.

Author : Arline A. Savage
Genre : Business & Economics
Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
ISBN : 9781119744474
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File Download : 818 page

Accounting Information Systems, 1st Edition by Arline Savage, Danielle Brannock, and Alicja Foksinska presents a modern, professional perspective that develops the necessary skills students need to be the accountants of the future. Through high-quality assessment and integrated homework, students learn course concepts more efficiently and understand how course concepts are applied in the workplace through real-world application. Accounting Information Systems also focuses on helping students learn how to make informed business decisions through case-based learning and data analysis applications. Students work through Julia's Cookies,a flexible, running case that helps them understand how various systems come together to support a business, and how those systems evolve. Students also develop a critical thinking mindset by working through integrated analysis questions that take a tool-agnostic approach, as well as Tableau cases so students can practice making real business decisions using leading technology. To further help prepare students to be the accountants of the future, the authors incorporate their own industry experience and help showcase how AIS concepts are used through resources including Sample LinkedIn Job Posts and the Featured Professionals video series. These tools spotlight real accounting professionals and job opportunities, while connecting to chapter material, allowing student to see how what they're learning applies to business, as well as visualize the different paths AIS can take them.