ACG 5223 - Enterprise Systems - Business Processes
3 Credit Hours
Information is vital to any successful decision making process. ERP and accounting information systems are one of the primary information systems emplyed by organizations to assist managers within an entity with making internal decisions as well as provide information to external stakeholders such as investors, creditors, governmental agencies, and the community at large. This course will introduce students to the systems that produce financial and managerial information for organizations. Although discussions will cover information systems as a whole, particular emphasis will be placed on the revenue and expenditure cycles, financial reporting and subsidiary ledgers. There are all components of an ERP system.
Students will learn theoretical material from the ERP/Accounting Information Systems Text. The text addresses ERP systems' controls and proccesses in an automated ERP system. An enterprise resource planning (ERP) system and case studies applying Data Analytics will be also be utilized to apply the concepts learned in the course.
Prerequisite: ACG 5213 - Introduction to ERP Systems
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