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For those involved in the planning, set-up, implementation, and monitoring of accounting information systems.
Core coverage of business processes, transaction cycles, and internal controls.
Accounting Information Systems: An Overview; Systems Techniques and Documentation; eBusiness and eCommerce; Transaction Processing and the Internal Control Process; Information Security; Electronic Data Processing Systems; Revenue Cycle Processes; Procurement and Human Resource Business Process; The Production Business Process; Systems Planning Analysis and Design; Systems Project Management, Implementation, Operation, Control; Data Management Concepts; Auditing Information Technology
An understanding of business processes is fundamental to contemporary auditing, and professional and legal considerations relating to an organization's internal control processes.
Following a Business Process Approach, Accounting Information Systems stresses information, communication, and networking technology within the context of business processes, transaction cycles and internal control structure. The tenth edition of Accounting Information Systems has updated fundamental concepts and examples to better teach the students of today.
For undergraduate or graduate courses in Accounting Information Systems.
Table of Contents
2 Systems Techniques and Documentation
3 eBusiness and eCommerce
4 Transaction Processing and the Internal Control Process
5 Information Security
6 Electronic Data Processing Systems
7 Revenue Cycle Processes
8 Procurement and Human Resource Business Process
9 The Production Business Process
10 Systems Planning Analysis and Design
11 Systems Project Management, Implementation, Operation, Control
12 Data Management Concepts
13 Auditing Information Technology