Human Relations Final EXAM:
1) Bill works in the payroll department at Cooper Metals. He is
ensuring employee paychecks are accurate. Most of Coopers
irregular hours including occasional overtime, which makes his
job even mo
Chapter 11 Enterprise Resource Planning Systems
Problems with Non-ERP Systems
In-house design limits connectivity outside the company
Tendency toward separate ISs within firm
lack of integration limits communication within the company
Chapter 5 The Expenditure Cycle Part 1: Purchases and Cash Disbursements Procedures
Goals of the Expenditure Cycle
The goal of providing needed resources to organization can be broken down into
purchase from reliable vendors
Chapter 8 Financial Reporting and Management Reporting Systems
IS Functions of GLS
General ledger systems should:
collect transaction data promptly and accurately.
classify/code data and accounts.
validate collected transactions/ maintain accounting c
Chapter 9 Database Management Systems
Flat-File versus Database Environments
Computer processing involves two components: data and instructions (programs).
Conceptually, there are two methods for designing the interface between program
Chapter 12 Electronic Commerce Systems
What is E-Commerce?
The electronic processing and transmission of business data
electronic buying and selling of goods and services
on-line delivery of digital products
electronic funds transfer (EFT)
Chapter 10 The REA Approach to Business Process Modeling
Traditional Approaches: User-View Orientation
When data-modeling and IS design is too oriented toward the users views, problems arise:
multiple information systems
duplication of data
IT Controls Part I:
Objectives for Chapter 15
Understand the key features of Sections 302 and 404 of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act.
Understand management and auditor responsibilities under Sections 302 and 404.
Chapter 2 Introduction to Transaction Processing
A Financial Transaction is.
an economic event that affects the assets and equities of the firm, is reflected in its accounts,
and is measured in monetary terms.
similar types of transactions are grouped t
Chapter 1 The Information System: An Accountants Perspective
Internal & External Information Flows
economic events that affect the assets and equities of the organization
e.g., purchase of an airline ticket
all other events
Chapter 3 Ethics, Fraud, and Internal Control
Why should we be concerned about ethics in the business world?
Ethics are needed when conflicts arisethe need to choose
In business, conflicts may arise between:
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Tracking Your Academic Activities
Verifying an accurate course completion time is essential for accreditation. To meet both
Chapter 4 The Revenue Cycle
Billing Department prepares a journal voucher:
Inventory Control Dept. prepares a journal voucher:
Cost of Goods Sold
Cash Receipts prepares a journal voucher: