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Chapter 5 THE EXPENDITURE CYCLE PART I, PURCHASES AND CASH DISBURSEMENTS PROCEDURES 131. Chapter 6 THE EXPENDITURE CYCLE PART I, PAYROLL PROCESSING AND FIXED ASSETS PROCEDURES 191. Chapter 7 THE CONVERSION CYCLE 223, Chapter 8 FINANCIAL REPORTING AND MANAGEMENT REPORTING SYSTEMS 269. Chapter 9 DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS 293, Chapter 10 THE REA APPROACH TO DATABASE MODELING 329. Chapter 11 ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING SYSTEMS 343. Chapter 12 ELECTRONIC COMMERCE SYSTEMS 365, Chapter 13 MANAGING THE SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT LIFE CYCLE 385.
Chapter 14 CONSTRUCT DELIVER AND MAINTAIN SYSTEMS PROJECTS 397. Chapter 15 IT CONTROLS PART I SARBANES OXLEY AND IT GOVERNANCE 421. Chapter 16 IT CONTROLS PART II SECURITY AND ACCESS 441. Chapter 17 IT CONTROLS PART III SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT. PROGRAM CHANGES AND APPLICATION CONTROLS 457, Full file at http testbankwizard eu Solution Manual for Accounting Information Systems 7th Edition by James Hall. Full file at http testbankwizard eu Solution Manual for Accounting Information Systems 7th Edition by James Hall. THE INFORMATION SYSTEM AN ACCOUNTANT S PERSPECTIVE. REVIEW QUESTIONS, 1 Operational operations management middle management and top management. Horizontal flows support operation level tasks The information is highly detailed. about the day to day operations Vertical flows distribute summarized information. to managers at all levels and this information flows upward Instructions quotas. and budgets also flow downward, 2 Natural systems stem from the atom while artificial systems are put together by. 3 Multiple components relatedness subsystems purpose and interdependency. 4 System decomposition is the process of dividing the system into smaller subsystem. parts while interdependency is the interaction between the subsystems They are. related by the degree and nature of the interaction between the subsystems If a vital. subsystem fails the entire system will most likely fail. 5 Data are facts that are collected in a raw form and made meaningful through. processes such as sorting aggregating classifying mathematically manipulating. and summarizing The meaningful data is considered to be information. 6 AISs process financial transactions and certain nonfinancial transactions that. directly affect the processing financial transactions The external financial reporting. documents of AIS are subject to legal and professional standards Consequently. management and accountants have greater legal responsibility for AIS. applications than for MIS applications The MIS processes nonfinancial. transactions that are outside the scope of the AIS MIS applications expand the. information set provided to such areas as production sales marketing and. inventory management MIS often draws from and builds on data from the AIS. 7 Revenue cycle expenditure cycle and conversion cycle. 8 Reports used by management which the company is not obligated by law. regulation or contract to provide These are often used for internal problem. solving issues rather than by external constituents. 9 Relevance accuracy completeness summarization and timeliness. 10 Relevance and efficiency, 11 Data attribute field record file and database. 12 Storage retrieval and deletion, 2011 Cengage Learning All Rights Reserved May not be scanned copied or duplicated or posted to a publicly accessible website in whole or in part.
Full file at http testbankwizard eu Solution Manual for Accounting Information Systems 7th Edition by James Hall. Chapter 1 Page 2, 13 Feedback is output that is sent back to the system as a source of data Feedback is. useful because it can be used to initiate or adjust the system processes. 14 a to support the stewardship function of management. b to support the decision making processes of managers and. c to support the day to day operations of the firm. 15 Stewardship is the responsibility of management to properly utilize the resources. of the firm entrusted to them Information systems provide management with. reports to better manage the resources and also provide responsibility reports by. which management may be evaluated, 16 Budgets and standards are set by upper management levels The responsibility for. meeting these goals is passed to the managers at the closest operational level In. order for these managers to have the power to make a difference as to whether. these goals and or standards are met they must be entrusted with the appropriate. level of authority to make decisions Responsibility of goals and standards along. with corresponding authoritative powers flow downward The results of the. operations must flow upward to upper level management These upward flows. represent reports which hold managers accountable for their decisions and. management actions, 17 Turnkey systems are ready to implement systems that may be purchased. Backbone systems are partially developed systems with an underlying basic. structure that is built on to suit the client s unique needs Vendor supported. systems are custom systems provided maintained and supported by a. commercial vendor, 18 a Materials Management, 1 purchasing. 2 receiving, b Production, 1 production planning, 2 quality control.
3 maintenance, c Marketing, 1 advertising, 2 market research. 3 sales order processing, 2011 Cengage Learning All Rights Reserved May not be scanned copied or duplicated or posted to a publicly accessible website in whole or in part. Full file at http testbankwizard eu Solution Manual for Accounting Information Systems 7th Edition by James Hall. Chapter 1 Page 3, d Distribution, 1 warehousing, 2 shipping. e Personnel, 1 recruiting, 2 training, 3 benefits, 4 counseling. 1 portfolio management, 2 treasury, 4 cash disbursement.
5 cash receipt, g Accounting, 1 inventory control, 2 cost accounting. 4 accounts payable, 5 accounts receivable, 7 fixed asset accounting. 8 general ledger, h Computer Service, 1 data processing. 2 systems development and maintenance, 3 database administration. 19 Internal auditors are responsible for in house appraisal of the financial reporting. system Internal auditors are concerned with deterring and detecting fraud and for. conducting EDP audits External auditors are independent CPAs engaged by the. firm to attest to the completeness and accuracy of the financial statements. External auditors work together with the internal auditors. 20 The database administrator is responsible for the security and integrity of data. stored in a central database, 2011 Cengage Learning All Rights Reserved May not be scanned copied or duplicated or posted to a publicly accessible website in whole or in part.
Full file at http testbankwizard eu Solution Manual for Accounting Information Systems 7th Edition by James Hall. Chapter 1 Page 4, 21 Geographic location product lines and function. 22 The role of the accounting function is to manage the financial information. resources of the firm First the accountants must capture and record business. events of a firm and their financial impact Secondly the accounting function. distributes transaction information to decision makers and operations personnel to. help them coordinate their many tasks The accountants must also assign. accountability for each of these tasks, 23 In a centralized data processing approach the computer services function is. centrally located The databases are housed in one place where all of the data. processing occurs by one or more main computers All systems development and. maintenance work for the entire organization is performed by systems. professionals End users wishing to have new systems or features must submit a. formal request to this group and are usually prioritized and placed in a queue. In a distributed data processing approach the CPUs are spread out and control. over data and processing is at the information processing unit IPU level Thus. end users have more influence over the systems development projects which are. typically handled by systems professionals at the IPU level. 24 The data control group is a liaison between the end user and data processing. personnel It receives the user input and distributes the output to the users Data. control members scan the input for accuracy and completeness before passing the. input to the data entry personnel, 25 Data processing is organized around several information processing units which. are distributed throughout the organization and placed under the control of end. users The central computer services are eliminated or minimized. 26 The advantages of DDP are, a cost reductions, b improved cost control responsibility. c improved user satisfaction, d ability to back up computer facilities.
The disadvantages of DDP are, a potential mismanagement of organization wide resources. Solutions Manual Solutions Manual Accounting Information Systems SEVENTH EDITION James A Hall Australia Brazil Japan Korea Mexico Singapore Spain United Kingdom United States

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