IT 4A Accounting Information System
SYSTEM DOCUMENTATION TECHNIQUES – DATA FLOW DIAGRAMS AND FLOWCHARTS
Jack E. Bagbaga has worked for the past month trying to document the major business information flows at Starducks, a wholesaler of balut in Sto. Tomas, Batangas. Upon completing his personal interviews with cash receipts clerks, Jack asks you to develop a comprehensive DFD and document flowchart for the cash receipts system. Jack’s narrative of the system follows:
Customer payments include cash received at the time of purchase and account payments received in the mail. At day’s end, the treasurer endorses all checks and prepares a deposit slip for the checks and the cash. A clerk then deposits the checks, cash, and deposit slip at the local bank each day. When checks are received as payment for accounts due, a remittance slip is included with the payment. The remittance slips are used to update the accounts receivable file at the end of the day. The remittance slips are stored in a file drawer by date.
Every week, a cash receipts report and an aged trial balance are generated from the data in the accounts receivable ledger. The cash receipts report is sent to the management. A copy of the aged trial balance by customer account is sent to the credit and collections department.
1. Create a table to identify the inputs, processes and outputs based from the narrative 2. Develop a context diagram and a level O DFD for the cash receipts system at Starducks 3. Prepare a document flowchart to document the cash receipts at Starducks
Virginia Bagonggahasa has decided to analyze the accounts payable process at Mekeni Rogers. Her intent is to document how to present system works so the transition to a computerized system will be easier. She also hopes to improve any weaknesses she discovers in the system. In the following narrative, Virginia explains what happens at Mekeni Rogers:
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