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Accounting Information Systems: Basic Concepts and Current Issues, Third Edition, by Robert Hurt provides a highly approachable, interdisciplinary presentation of the fundamental accounting topics and information technology of AIS. It is written in a manner intended to develop professional judgment and critical thinking skills so students are prepared to be successful and effectively communicate with accountants and general managers whether their careers take them into public accounting, the corporate world, governmental and not-for-profit accounting, or another practice.
Table of Contents
PART ONE: AIS Fundamentals
1 Role and Purpose of Accounting Information Systems
2 Transaction Processing in the AID
3 Internal Controls
4 Management Concepts
5 Information Systems Concepts
PART TWO: Documentation Techniques
7 Data Flow Diagramming
8 REA Modeling
PART THREE: Information Technology in the AIS
10 E-business and Enterprise Resource Planning Systems
11 Computer Crime and Information Technology Security
PART FOUR: Business Processes
12 Sales/Collections Process
13 Acquisition/Payment Process
14 Other Business Processes
PART FIVE: Other Topics in AIS
15 Decision-Making Models and Knowledge Management