P7-1 ANS. E H 1. 2. 3.
B (and I) L G K D 4. 5. 6. 7.
A (and I) C E P7-5 ANS. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.
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We might compare the elements of these two control matrices as follows:
Figure 7.8 (PwC) Subprocess
Chapter Three Electronic Business (E-Business) Systems Value chain (or supply chain) enterprise systems Value Chain a chain of activities performed by the organization to transform inputs into outputs valued by the customer Organizations are using enterpr
A CG 345 Spring 2010 Database Assignment for credit D ue Monday M a rch 15, 2010 i n class, but no p enalty if submitted by M a rch 17, 2010 i n class Use Tables on Page 163
1-Prepare a report to list names and credit limi ts of ALL customers who are serv
Exam II Study Guide (Ch 7, 8, 9)
General topics: Why Internal controls? Response to corporate scandals (i.e. Enron and Tyco) To ensure shareholders SOX section 404 requires management/auditors to document, test, and report effectiveness of inter
DQ -2 a. Collect customer number or name. If this is not an existing customer, Cliffs would need customer address, contact information, and so on. Cliffs would also need to collect the product codes and quantities that the customer is ordering. b. Informa
Chapter 1: Intro to AIS - Computers allow accountants/auditors to be more mobile and use databases to get customer info 3 Themes: - Enterprise systemsintegrate the business process and information from all of the organizations functional areas ie) marketi
Sales Order Process
In this exercise, you will be processing a customer order for the fictitious Fitter Snacker companya manufacturer of snack bars. Fitter Snacker has two products, the NRG-A and NRG-B bars. The NRG-A bar touts Advan
Rich Generazio February 16, 2010 Dr. Saeed Roohani ACG 345-B Chapter 3 Problem 3-3 One business venture that I believe is on its way to becoming very successful using only internet commerce is renting movies. There has been a major shift from brick and mo
Chapter 8 Questions 2. Yes, it is necessary to keep internal controls 3. Yes, they still have to make sure that they do their job correctly and properly 8-2 1. P,D 2. P 3. D, P 4. C 5. C 6. C 7. P,C 8. P 9. D 10. P 11. P, D 12. C 13. P 14. P 15. P,D 16. 1
Chapter 7 Study Guide
General topics: Why Internal controls, what are they? Who prescribe them? Are they mandatory? What is the relation between internal control (IC) framework and other topics discussed in the chapter? What is the history of IC in busine
C hapter One Introduction to AIS Enterprise System i ntegrate the business process and information from all of an organizations functional areas (e.g. marketing and sales, purchasing, and business r eporting) Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software pa
Chapter 2 Highlights What do we mean by enterprise systems,
The system integrates business processes and information from the entire enterprise-*helps coordinate the operation of business functions CRM-customer relationship management CSS- customer self
Just a couple of funny things about accounting
Studentreturnsto25yearuniversityreunionandvisitstheold professorintheoffice.Studentpicksanexamonthe professor'sdeskandsays:"Thesearethesamequestionsyou askedme20yearsago."Professorsays:"Thequestionsare the
C hapter T wo E nterprise Systems Enterp r ise Systems Integrate the business process functionality and information from all of an organizations functional areas (e.g. marketing and sales, cash receipts, p urchasing, cash disbursements, human resources, p
Electronically linking business processes, individuals and organizations. Byproduct: elimination of sales staff, normally intermediary between two parties to transactions. Transactions completed quicker, more efficiently and more effec
C hapter 4 H ighlights for Study and Exams Why Documentation? I t is a legal matter Documentation of internal controls of business processes Diagrams are communication tools between people 1- Know the purpose of documentation, legal matter, documentation
Introduction to Databases
The enterprise database is at the heart of Accounting Information Systems (AIS). The chapter discusses the major types of databases available and how organizations undertake database design for AIS. Larger organizations store in
Attribute Hierarchy for the Entity CLIENT
Attributes describe an entity a client has a name, address, contact_person and phone-number.
A unique attribute/value is needed to locate the desired record in the database.
An attribute with a u
Chapter 1 Highlights
In this course and every chapter we focus on reporting of business activities (accounting transactions are minor part of business reporting)
What is Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and why you dont learn about this in your other cl