ACCOUNTING INFORMATION SYSTEM
An accounting information system as an organizational component, accumulates, classifies, processes, analyzes and communicates relevant finance-oriented, decision making information to a company’s external parties (Reviews such as current and potential investors, federal and state tax agencies and creditors) and internal parties (principal management)
Organizational cultures and subcultures are important determinants of how people use information and information systems. By grounding information systems in the context of the organization as a larger system, it is possible to realize that numerous factors are important and should be taken into account when ascertaining information requirements and designing and implementing information systems. An important factor in the development and implementation of information systems is identifying, understanding the meaning, norms and power within the organization.
Implementation of information systems in the financial services sector needs strengthening organizational cultural values associated with customer orientation, flexibility, quality, and performance orientation.
B.A(Hons.) Business Economics