Publisher's description for Accounting, information technology, and business solutions / Anita S. Hollander, Eric L. Denna, J. Owen Cherrington.


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Counter Proven to be one of the most successful new AIS textbooks on the market, this book continues to be a popular choice among innovative instructors and at schools exploring new approaches to teaching AIS. While most books follow a more traditional orientation, this book presents a unique and distinct approach. This was the first AIS book to accurately address the changing roles of accounting, accountants, and information technology within organizations. Understanding the activities, processes, and information needs of organization stakeholders remains the focus in the Second Edition. Students learn that in the competitive organizations of today and tomorrow, accountants cannot simply prepare and report information, they must take a more active role in business decisions, and provide solutions that impact the organization's bottom line.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Managerial accounting, Information technology, Information storage and retrieval systems Accounting