Core Concepts of Accounting Information Systems 12th edition, by Nancy A. Bagranoff offers a robust foundation to accountants by providing concise, user-friendly protection of core topics. Newly up to date and revised, this book has been reorganized to strengthen its flexibility. Expanded protection is presented on Sarbanes-Oxley, Cobit Version 4, XBRL, and of risk and governance. Cases in Level sections highlight how the concepts are applied within the field.
Multiple alternative questions at the end of the chapters assist reinforce the material. An updated database chapter additionally provides arms-on instruction in Microsoft Access. Accountants will be capable to use this information to successfully utilize the right information system for their needs.
Core Concepts of Accounting Information Systems 12th edition builds upon earlier issues with extra in-depth focus on topical points essential to accountants and governance in a much more concise, person-friendly way. More Case in Level sections highlight how the ideas are utilized within the area and extra a number of selection questions have been added at the finish of the chapters to help reinforce the material.
An enhanced and updated database chapter also gives arms-on instruction in Microsoft Access. This book covers basic ideas of Accounting Info Systems (AIS). Given the number of targets for an AIS course and the different ways in which instructors train it, we developed a textbook that attempts to cover solely the core concepts of AIS.
The textual content is designed for a one-semester course in AIS and may be used on the community faculty, baccalaureate, or graduate level. Alternative Questions at the end of each chapter help students assess their understanding of the chapter material. There’s additionally new chapter on growing and implementing AISs, with a concentrate on the function of accountants in these studies.
Core Concepts of Accounting Information Systems
Nancy A. Bagranoff, Mark G. Simkin and Carolyn Strand Norman
Wiley; 12 edition