Accounting Information Systems 12th edition by Marshall B. Romney and Paul J. Steinbart focuses on transaction cycles, systems life cycle, databases, information modeling, computer-based mostly control, fraud and auditing. The book begins with an outline and conceptual foundations then goes on to debate control and audit of accounting information systems, accounting information systems applications, and the systems growth process.
This book delivers probably the most complete and flexible protection of the 4 main approaches to educating AIS. It additionally allows instructors to simply reorder chapters and focus the fabric to suit their course with all latest developments in AIS and the way it has changed the roles of an accountant.
Accounting Information Systems 12th edition has been revised and rewritten to include current developments, whereas retaining the features that have made prior editions simple to use. Specific adjustments embrace elevated deal with the COSO-ERM model with coverage of the COBIT framework, updated dialogue of laptop fraud strategies, information security countermeasures, end-of-chapter discussion questions and problems.
Each chapter begins with an built-in case that introduces key concepts and topics and identifies several key points or issues that you need to be able to resolve after mastering the fabric offered in that chapter. The case is referenced throughout the chapter and the chapter abstract presents options to the problems and points raised within the case.
Fingers-on Excel and Access workouts in lots of chapters have been included to assist students hone their laptop skills. Many of those exercises are based mostly on “how-to” tutorials that appeared in current problems with the Journal of Accountancy. This introduces them to the wealth of IT-related knowledge that’s out there in the professional literature.
A comprehensive glossary situated at the back of the book makes it straightforward to look up the definition of the varied technical phrases used within the text. College students will need to perceive the “language of IT” so as to successfully audit, use, manage, or promote consulting ideas to information systems professionals.
Accounting Information Systems (12th Edition)
Marshall B. Romney and Paul J. Steinbart
Prentice Hall; 12 edition