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Accounting Information Systems

11th Edition
Ulric J. Gelinas + 3 others
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781337552127
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Accounting Information Systems

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

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Chapter 17, Problem 19DQ
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As an accountant working in the internal audit department of LRC, Inc. (Large Retail Company), you are asked to be on the ERP selection committee for your organization. In your own words, describe for your best friend, what you can contribute to the project. Limit your response to one or two paragraphs, unless your instructor has other requirements.

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Ch. 17 - What does TELOS stand for? How is it helpful?Ch. 17 - What is systems selection?Ch. 17 - What does the approved configuration plan specify?Ch. 17 - What are the reasons for using external versus...Ch. 17 - What is a request for proposal (RFP)?Ch. 17 - What are the approaches to obtaining an RFP?Ch. 17 - Why might a company issue an RFP for general...Ch. 17 - What is the difference between a specification and...Ch. 17 - Describe the process used to evaluate vendor...Ch. 17 - What is structured systems design?Ch. 17 - What is systems implementation?Ch. 17 - What are the three major approaches to...Ch. 17 - What is the riskiest approach to systems...Ch. 17 - What two variables should be considered when...Ch. 17 - What is the purpose of testing the entire system...Ch. 17 - Describe the major steps in a post-implementation...Ch. 17 - What are the three types of maintenance...Ch. 17 - What skills do accountants have to contribute to...Ch. 17 - What roles can an accountant play in the...Ch. 17 - Identify and discuss several factors affecting the...Ch. 17 - How might the absence of an organizations...Ch. 17 - In doing a preliminary survey for the proposed...Ch. 17 - Some people on the finance staff of your...Ch. 17 - Because a vendor would never propose a system that...Ch. 17 - A seasoned systems employee was overheard saying,...Ch. 17 - One of the tasks of systems analysis is to choose...Ch. 17 - Discuss the decisions that must be made prior to...Ch. 17 - Indicate who you would include on a systems...Ch. 17 - If the results of the cost/benefit analysis do not...Ch. 17 - Discuss why the knowledge of documentation...Ch. 17 - The Shark Company requests bids from hardware...Ch. 17 - An organization puts itself at a disadvantage by...Ch. 17 - Compare and contrast the efficiency and...Ch. 17 - Assume that you are the manager of an accounts...Ch. 17 - a. Which, if any, category of application systems...Ch. 17 - Refer to the typical contents of a project...Ch. 17 - Periodically, students comment that they are...Ch. 17 - As an accountant working in the internal audit...Ch. 17 - Search the Internet for an ERP failure that...Ch. 17 - Propose ways that the following intangible and/or...Ch. 17 - Give examples, other than those used in this...Ch. 17 - Historically, when one thought about buying an ERP...Ch. 17 - Monday morning, your client, Michele, calls to...Ch. 17 - TM Office Supplies, Inc., is a wholesale...Ch. 17 - For each problem described, list and explain the...Ch. 17 - Assume that you are working with a payroll...

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