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Corporate Accounting Information Systems

ISBN-10: 0273684876

ISBN-13: 9780273684879

Edition: 2008

Authors: Tony Boczko

List price: $157.33
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Description:

We live in a world dominated almost exclusively by flows of knowledge and information - by technologies designed to not only sustain but also increase the socio-economic need and desire for more and more information. This book offers a unique insight into the nature, role and context of accounting related information within the competitive business environment, and explores how business organisations - in particular companies - use a range of theories and technologies to not only assist in the maximisation of shareholder wealth, but also in the management and control of organisational resources.
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Book details

List price: $157.33
Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: Prentice Hall Higher Education
Publication date: 9/10/2007
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 960
Size: 7.50" wide x 9.50" long x 2.00" tall
Weight: 3.498
Language: English

Introduction to the book Topics covered in the book
Acknowledgements
List of articles
List of examples
List of tables
Preface
A contextual framework
Information systems in accounting and finance: a contemporary overview
Systems thinking: understanding the connections
Control theories: management by design
Accounting information systems: a contemporary perspective
AIS and ICT: welcome to the information age
Making connections: network architectures and topologies
Contemporary transaction processing: categories, types, cycles and systems
Data management, data processing, and databases
Transaction processing cycles
Corporate transaction processing: revenue cycle
Corporate transaction processing: expenditure cycle
Corporate transaction processing: conversion cycle
Corporate transaction processing: management cycle
From e-commerce to m-commerce and beyond: ICT and the virtual world
Risk, security, surveillance and control
Risk exposure, fraud management and computer crime
Internal control and system security
Accounting information systems audit
Accounting information systems development: managing change
Glossary of key points and concepts
Solutions to selected end of chapter questions