This text provides the student with a solid conceptual and theoretical background in accounting information systems while providing useful information on how this theory is applied in the workplace. The text acquaints the student with the most important computer terms, concepts and techniques without becoming over-technical. This edition features new chapters on systems implementation and on the planning/control and reporting cycles. There is now increased emphasis on the structure of the major accounting subsystems, the transaction cycle and applications. Topics such as flowcharting, communication of information between people and machines and the nature of techniques of data storage are now discussed. Other revisions include updated material on the advances in computer technology and expanded coverage of structured design method. This book should be of interest to degree and diploma students taking courses in accounting information systems.
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Book Description PWS-Kent Pub. Co, 1989. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0534917984