Accounting information system is an extremely important role in the enterprise management. As technology advances, the system software is constantly improving, constantly enhance the function of the system, thus improving the efficiency of enterprise management. Accounting information system network and multi-function trend is more obvious, how is the fastest way to management to provide the latest information to help decision-makers analysis, forecasting, decision-making, improve operational efficiency, will be the greater challenges of the accounting information system. This study research and explore seven aspects of the accounting information system, we trying to find out that suits your needs accounting information system solutions for the enterprise.
Accounting information system network and multi-function trend decision-making
Accounting information system is a subsystem of enterprise management information system. It is a system which deal with accounting business, provide enterprises with financial and accounting information and manage enterprise economic activity(Romney Marshall & Paul 2009). With the information technology birth and the rapid development, society is made industrial society into information society and accounting environment is facing great changes have taken place. So the increasing interest in business activity has heightened the need for the accounting information system.
The case study showed that the RTE’s structure and daily operation. As the manager of the RTE, Rebecca is introduced the prototype of the accounting information system when the RTE in the early stages of the operation. Although the early succeed has brought its substantial profits. However, with the expansion of business, Rebecca found some issues with management and control. She change the management model to solve the current predicament, however, it cannot treat inherent issues. At the same tome, competition is a common finding in business. A key problem is establishing a suitable accounting information system to control the management and supply chain. Because both of them were suffer from the dependency on accounting information system. The remaining issue is to find a way of consulting service.
The present work extends the use of the reasonable model to manage the RTE. In addition, an effort is made to improve the efficiency with accounting information system for RTE. This paper is divided into five sections. Section II describes what accounting information system is and how it would help the RTE.
2.1: Define information systems; explain how they work; and describe their benefits for business. What types of information systems could be used to support RTE?
The information system is composed of people, computers and other peripheral devices which can perform information collection, transmission, storage, processing and maintenance (Bernard Jari & David 2000). Its main task is to maximize the use of modern computer and network communication technology to strengthen enterprise information management. Information system establish the correct data for the investigation of human, material and financial resources, equipment, technology and other resources owned by the enterprise. Managers to make decisions based on data which it provides and continuously improve the management level of enterprises and economic benefits (Beynon 2009).
If we want to know how information system is working, first of all we need to know the composition of it. In general, an information system is made up of several parts(Romney Marshall & Paul 2009): —People using the system
—Procedures and Instructions
For collecting, processing, and storing data
—Information Technology (IT) Infrastructure
Computers, peripherals, networks, and so on
—Internal Control and Security
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