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by Paul John Steinbart,Marshall B. Romney

Author: Paul John Steinbart,Marshall B. Romney
Subcategory: Software
Language: English
Publisher: Pearson Education; 8th edition (January 15, 2000)
Pages: 796 pages
Category: Technologies and Computers
Rating: 4.5
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For one-semester courses in AIS at the undergraduate or graduate level, as well as advanced undergraduate or graduate courses in Management Information Systems (MIS).

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Romney, Marshall B. Subjects. Focuses on transaction cycles and controls, systems life cycle, databases and data modelling, and computer-based controls.

The #1 market leader is appropriate for MBA and undergraduate level courses in accounting information systems. The 8/e is extensively rewritten (almost 100 pages shorter) and includes a new two-color design. There is increased coverage of business strategy so that students can immediately begin to think about how information technology may be used to help organizations achieve their goals and improved coverage of databases and data modeling, including the use of Microsoft ACCESS to illustrate the concepts. There is enhanced coverage of e-commerce, including the topics of FEDI and control issues and a continued focus on transaction cycles from a business process perspective, including many new techniques that perpetrators are using to defraud companies, and an improved presentation of the systems development/acquisition process. Includes a CW web site with resources to support faculty and students.