Accounting Information Systems, 3rd Edition
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Accounting Information Systems 3e covers the four roles for accountants with respect to information technology: users of technology and information systems, managers of users of technology, designers of information systems, and evaluators of information systems. Accountants must understand the organization and how organizational processes generate information important to management. The focus of Accounting Information Systems 3e is on the accountant's role as a business analyst in solving business problems by database modeling, database design, and business process modeling. Unlike other texts that provide a broad survey of AIS related topics, this text concentrates on developing practical business analysis skills through real-world examples, problems, and projects. Whether you are developing a new course for AIS or incorporating AIS materials into your existing curriculum, Accounting Information Systems 3e will help your students develop the technological skills they need for their future careers.
Ch. 1 Accounting Information Systems and Firm Value
Ch. 2 Accountants as Business Analysts
Ch. 3 Data Modeling
Ch. 4 Relational Databases and Enterprise Systems
PART TWO: Business Processes
Ch. 5 Sales and Collections Business Process
Ch. 6 Purchases and Payments Business Process
Ch. 7 Conversion Business Process
Ch. 8 Integrated Project
Ch. 9 Reporting Processes and eXtensible Business Reporting Language (XBRL)
PART THREE: Data Analytics and Emerging Technologies in AIS
Ch. 10 Data Analytics in Accounting: Concepts and the AMPS Model
Ch. 11 Data Analytics in Accounting: Tools and Practice
Ch. 12 Emerging Technologies: Blockchain and AI Automation
PART FOUR: Managing and Evaluating AIS
Ch. 13 Accounting Information Systems and Internal Controls
Ch. 14 Information Security and Computer Fraud
Ch. 15 Monitoring and Auditing AIS
PART FIVE: Optional AIS Topics
Ch. 16 The Balanced Scorecard, Business Model Canvas, and Business Value of Information Technology
Ch. 17 Evaluating AIS Investments
Ch. 18 Systems Development and Project Management for AIS
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