Accounting information systems / James A. Hall.
By: Hall, James A.Material type: BookPublisher: Mason, Ohio : South-Western, Cengage Learning, c.2013Edition: 8th ed.Description: 798 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.ISBN: 1111972141; 9781111972141.Subject(s): Information storage and retrieval systems -- Accounting | Accounting -- Data processing | Information storage and retrieval systems -- Accounting -- Problems, exercises, etc | Accounting -- Data processing -- Problems, exercises, etc | | BAEPS, Business Administration August 2016 DDC classification: 657.0285574
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Glossary : p. 763-784.
Index : p. 785-798.
pt. 1. Overview of accounting information systems; The information system : an accountant's perspective -- Introduction to transaction processing -- Ethics, fraud, and internal control --
pt. 2. Transaction cycles and business processes; The revenue cycle -- The expenditure cycle part I : purchases and cash disbursements procedures -- The expenditure cycle part II : payroll processing and fixed asset procedures -- The conversion cycle -- Financial reporting and management reporting systems -- pt. 3. Advanced technologies in accounting information; Database management systems -- The REA approach to business process modeling -- Enterprise resource planning systems -- Electronic commerce systems -- pt. 4. Systems development activities; Managing the systems development life cycle -- Construct, deliver, and maintain systems project --
pt. 5. Computer controls and auditing; IT controls part I : Sarbanes-Oxley and IT governance -- IT controls part II : security and access -- IT controls part III : systems development, program changes, application controls.
Ideal for learning the accounting information systems and related technologies you will use in your business career, Hall's Accounting Information Systems, 8e focuses on the needs and responsibilities of accountants as end users of systems.