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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

Enterprise systems may provide better information than nonintegrated systems for management decisions. Provide specific examples that support (or refute) this claim.

Summary Introduction

To provide: Some examples that support or refute this claim.

Enterprise system:

These are software packages which are large scale in nature mostly utilized to run and support complex organization activities which include, reporting, data flow, and other activities.

Explanation

Some examples that support this claim:

  • A warehouse manager will have the facility to look at sales orders that are yet to be shipped and follow up the issue to know why. In the absence of an enterprise system, it will be difficult for a manager to get all these information at a single information point.
  • The credit manager might want to associate the customer credit limits, billing, and other payment data to identify the credit limits that need to be attuned...

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