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Accounting Information Systems

11th Edition
Ulric J. Gelinas + 3 others
ISBN: 9781337552127

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Accounting Information Systems

11th Edition
Ulric J. Gelinas + 3 others
ISBN: 9781337552127
Textbook Problem

Periodically, students comment that they are studying to be an accountant, not an information system worker. Discuss the flaw in such reasoning.

Summary Introduction

To explain: The flaw in this reasoning.

Introduction:

Acquiring and implementing accounting information systems:

It describes the acquisition of a system and its phases of development and the steps involved in it. It explains the difference between purchased and in-built systems. It explains the importance of the presence of an accountant in these systems.

Explanation

The flaw in this reasoning:

The growth of technology is tremendous in almost every field making it difficult to work without the help of computers. It is not possible for an accountant to say that they don’t prefer to work with a system...

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