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AIS

abbreviation for
(General Sporting Terms) Australian Institute of Sport
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This consolidation will involve the definition of a new master plan taking into account the migration decided on a new budget and accounting information system as well as the maintenance in operational conditions of the application portfolio of the financial boards and the corrective maintenance of the budget tool.
Blockchain, a public, decentralized ledger first used to enable bitcoin trading, has the potential to serve as a secure accounting information system.
1 shows the financial and accounting information system and financial and accounting management cycle.
Traditionally, accounting information was build and produced on paper by numerous accountants working in the public administration, sometimes ineffective and inefficient, but in the 21 st century, accounting information system (AIS) became an efficient system of collecting, storing and high speed processing financial and accounting data with good results for the public managers.
The accounting information system (AIS) presents the financial data that it acquires from such departments as marketing, production, financing, and developing of the business.
To highlight the accountant's role as designer, user and auditor of an Accounting Information System and its importance in achieving sound internal controls for the organization.
I recommend it to faculty who now or might soon teach accounting information system at either the undergraduate or graduate level.
This paper expands the work of Daniels and Plunkett [1994] by examining specific managerial decision aids inherent in the accounting information system of the American printing firm, Walker Evans & Cogswell (WE&C) during the late 19th century.
Solomon IV for BackOffice is targeted toward clients who need a robust accounting information system that features both the latest technologies and most feature-rich accounting design.
Keen to improve the standardized wage and accounting processes, and performance of its accounting information system, La Poste decided to optimize and give business users control over rules and business processes.
In this question the respondents were asked about their work experience with an accounting information system, the number of years they have worked with AIS or have been informed about the way the information system works.