Accounting Information System

Accounting Information System For a first course in Accounting Information Systems or for a general introduction for advanced AIS courses and Information Systems courses The market leading book that delivers the most comprehensive

  • Title: Accounting Information System
  • Author: Marshall B. Romney
  • ISBN: 9780130495419
  • Page: 212
  • Format: Paperback
  • For a first course in Accounting Information Systems or for a general introduction for advanced AIS courses and Information Systems courses The market leading book that delivers the most comprehensive and flexible coverage of the four major approaches to teaching AIS Instructors can easily reorder chapters, and focus on what you want a transaction cycles and controls For a first course in Accounting Information Systems or for a general introduction for advanced AIS courses and Information Systems courses The market leading book that delivers the most comprehensive and flexible coverage of the four major approaches to teaching AIS Instructors can easily reorder chapters, and focus on what you want a transaction cycles and controls b systems life cycle c databases and data modeling or d computer based controls, fraud, and auditing.

    One thought on “Accounting Information System”

    1. I found this book (along with Gelinas Accounting Information System, recommended by the other 'guru') pretty much good. The cases included really help me to understand comprehensively about building a system for all financial cycle.

    2. This one was okay. The beginning was fascinating but in the middle of the book it got very confusing and hard to understand.

    3. Pretty clear breakdown of how an AIS system works. This was a textbook for a class with a rather abysmal professor, and I'm thiking that combined with a stronger professor, this could be an excellent tool for teaching AIS.

    4. Full of useful information, however lacking a certain usability. I'm not the only one that complained about this book; it was not the most fun thing to read.

    5. Input Control, Processing Control, and Output Control (chapter 8). Also mentioning about appropriate documentations (chapter 20)

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