Table of contents for Accounting information systems : basic concepts and current issues / Robert L. Hurt.

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Part One: Introduction and Basic Concepts Chapter 1: Role and Purpose of Accounting Information Systems Chapter 2: Transaction Processing In the Accounting Information System Chapter 3: Professionalism and Ethics Chapter 4: Internal Controls Part Two: Information Technology and Systems Modeling Techniques Chapter 5: Flowcharting Chapter 6: Data Flow Diagramming Chapter 7: Information Technology Part Three: Business Processes Chapter 8: Sales / Collection Process Chapter 9: Acquisition / Payment Process Chapter 10: Other Business Processes Part Four: Other Topics in Accounting Information Systems Chapter 11: Application Service Providers Chapter 12: Professional Certifications Chapter 13: Event-Driven Accounting Information Systems Chapter 14: Computer Crime and Information Technology Security Chapter 15: XBRL Chapter 16: Decision Making Models and Knowledge Management Chapter 17: E-Business and Enterprise Resource Planning Systems Chapter 18: Auditing and Evaluating the Accounting Information Systems

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Accounting -- Data processing.
Information storage and retrieval systems -- Accounting.