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Management Accounting in Enterprise Resource Planning Systems

Management Accounting in Enterprise Resource Planning Systems
  • Author : Severin Grabski,Stewart Leech,Alan Sangster
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2009-05-16
  • Total pages :176
  • ISBN : 0080964109
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Summary : Current evidence points to management accountants using traditional software (such as spreadsheets) for budgeting, ABC, balanced scorecards and other performance management techniques independent of, rather than integrated with Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Systems. While there has been some limited research on the effects of ERP systems on management accountants, this report provides a comprehensive analysis of the consequences of implementation of ERP systems for management accountants. • This report provides a theoretical basis for studying the impact of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems on management accounting and provides critical insights into the opportunities provided by ERP systems for the most efficient use of management accounting techniques. • The seven UK case studies of ERP implementations reveal the correlation between the success of the system implementation and the development of the role of management accountants in business partners thereby identifying the changes and skills required of management accountants. • The book provides guidance to management accountants on the changes they need to make in order to achieve the most from an ERP system implementation.

Enterprise Resource Planning and Business Intelligence Systems for Information Quality

Enterprise Resource Planning and Business Intelligence Systems for Information Quality
  • Author : Carlo Caserio,Sara Trucco
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2018-04-13
  • Total pages :142
  • ISBN : 9783319776798
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Summary : This book analyses the role of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and Business Intelligence (BI) systems in improving information quality through an empirical analysis carried out in Italy. The study begins with a detailed examination of ERP features that highlights the advantages and disadvantages of ERP adoption. Critical success factors for ERP implementation and post-implementation are then discussed, along with the capabilities of ERP in driving the alignment between management accounting and financial accounting information.The study goes on to illustrate the features of BI systems and to summarize companies’ needs for BI. Critical success factors for BI implementation are then presented, along with the BI maturity model and lifecycle. The focus of the research entails a detailed empirical analysis in the Italian setting designed to investigate the role played by ERP and BI systems in reducing information overload/underload and improving information quality by influencing the features of information flow. The practical and theoretical implications of the study are discussed and future avenues of research are suggested. This book will be of value for all those who have an interest in the capacities of ERP and BI systems to enhance business information quality.

Measuring the Impact of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Systems Through the Prism of Accounting Theory

Measuring the Impact of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Systems Through the Prism of Accounting Theory
  • Author : John J. Morris
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2009
  • Total pages :194
  • ISBN : OCLC:591015586
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Summary : Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems emerged in the 1990s as one of the fastest growing and perhaps one of the most important developments in corporate use of information technology. These systems, which consolidate all of the back office processing needs of a typical business into one common system, affect all functional areas, especially the accounting function. In spite of this effect, there has been very little ERP related academic research driven by accounting theory. This dissertation addresses that gap in the literature by relying on a theoretical framework well established in accounting research, specifically agency theory, to formulate three research questions that address the effects of ERP systems on earnings management, shareholder value, and internal control. These questions are addressed in three separate essays that use different methodologies from the accounting literature to develop and empirically examine several hypotheses. The first essay uses three different proxies to examine how ERP affects earnings management: discretionary accruals, earnings quality, and frequency of small earnings losses and negative changes. Short-term discretionary accruals provide evidence that ERP systems have a positive impact on earnings management; however long-term discretionary accruals and the other two proxies do not. The second essay uses three different measures of shareholder value: long-horizon buy-and-hold returns, market-to-book, and price-to-intrinsic value based on the residual income model, to examine the impact of ERP systems on shareholder value. All three measures provide evidence that ERP systems increase shareholder value. The third essay uses Sarbanes-Oxley Section 404 compliance results to measure the impact that ERP systems have on internal control. The essay provides evidence that a smaller proportion of ERP implementing firms reported internal control weaknesses than a control group during the first three years that reporting was required. Overall, this dissertation provides evidence that ERP systems may have a limited effect on earnings management, and a positive impact on both shareholder value, and internal controls over financial information. These results contribute to academic research in the field of accounting; and should be of interest to a wide variety of constituents, including practitioners of financial accounting and reporting, managerial accounting, auditing, and accounting information systems.

Review of Management Accounting Research

Review of Management Accounting Research
  • Author : MAGDY G. ABDEL
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2011-10-26
  • Total pages :574
  • ISBN : 9780230252370
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Summary : Over the years there has been an accumulation of extensive research in management accounting. The traditional management accounting role of cost determination and financial control has been challenged and shifted to a more 'sophisticated' role of creating value through the development of 'new' management accounting techniques and practices. This book thoroughly reviews emerging issues of management accounting research. Each issue is reviewed by experts to explain the core concept, development, current criticisms and controversies and concludes by identifying future avenues for further research. Issues covered include the transformation of the management accounting function, strategic management accounting, environmental management accounting, balanced scorecard, performance management in non-profit organizations, inter-organizational performance measurement practices between supply chain partners, beyond budgeting, activity-based approach, target costing and throughput accounting.

Enterprise Resource Planning Systems

Enterprise Resource Planning Systems
  • Author : Daniel E. O'Leary
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2000-07-31
  • Total pages :232
  • ISBN : 0521791529
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Summary : An examination of the pros and cons of ERP systems and their role in e-commerce.

Second-Wave Enterprise Resource Planning Systems

Second-Wave Enterprise Resource Planning Systems
  • Author : Graeme Shanks,Peter B. Seddon,Leslie P. Willcocks
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2003-09-11
  • Total pages :449
  • ISBN : 0521819024
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Summary : How to get the most out of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems.

Enterprise Resource Planning, Corporate Governance and Internal Auditing

Enterprise Resource Planning, Corporate Governance and Internal Auditing
  • Author : Hany Elbardan,Ahmed O. Kholeif
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2017-07-06
  • Total pages :437
  • ISBN : 9783319549903
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Summary : This book investigates how corporate governance is directing the internal audit function (IAF) adaptation as a response to enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems. To date, there is insufficient knowledge about the adaptations of the IAF, which are required if it is to maintain its essential role as a governance mechanism. This book extends the reader’s knowledge by exploring and theorising the adaptation of the IAF after ERP introduction and points towards future trends. Adopting an institutional approach, it analyses how the IAF responds to the external governance pressures and the internal pressures of the control logic following the introduction of an ERP system. Featuring data from two listed companies in the food and beverage sector and two large banks operating in Egypt, this volume will be of interest to researchers and academics in the field of financing and ERP systems in particular.

Enterprise Resource Planning Concepts

Enterprise Resource Planning Concepts
  • Author : Jill O'Sullivan,Gene Caiola
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2016-08-04
  • Total pages :399
  • ISBN : 0991214250
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Summary : This college-level book allows the reader a step-by-step instruction of the modules used in Infor VISUAL ERP from the initial quote to completion of the receipt of cash process after delivery. Entry level. *New* Infor Visual 8.0 - New Screens, Advanced Browser Features, Document Lifecycle, Dashboards with Key Metrics and Lead Time Performance

Enterprise Resource Planning

Enterprise Resource Planning
  • Author : Mary Sumner
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2005
  • Total pages :185
  • ISBN : IND:30000095792192
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Summary : For courses in Graduate MIS, Decision Support Systems, and courses covering the principles of enterprise resource planning systems, this text takes a generic approach to enterprise resource planning systems and their interrelationships, covering all functional areas of this new type of management challenge.

Mission Critical

Mission Critical
  • Author : Thomas H. Davenport,Professor Department of Management Information School of Management Thomas H Davenport
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2000
  • Total pages :335
  • ISBN : 0875849067
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Summary : Publisher Fact Sheet Presents an authoritative view of the critical business issues surrounding Enterprise Resources Planning implementation.

SAP ERP Financial Accounting and Controlling

SAP ERP Financial Accounting and Controlling
  • Author : Andrew Okungbowa
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2015-06-08
  • Total pages :596
  • ISBN : 9781484207161
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Summary : SAP ERP modules are notoriously hard to configure and use effectively without a lot of practice and experience. But as SAP ERP Financial Accounting and Controlling: Configuration and Use Management shows, it doesn't have to be so difficult. The book takes a systematic approach that leads SAP Financial Accounting and Controlling (FICO) users step by step through configuring and using all the program’s facets. This approach makes configuration complexities manageable. The book’s author—SAP expert, trainer, and accountant Andrew Okungbowa—ensures that both you and your end users are up and running quickly and confidently with FICO. He also provides sound and tested procedures that ensure your implementation works without error. SAP ERP Financial Accounting and Controlling: Configuration and Use Management is in fact the most comprehensive and easy-to-follow SAP FICO configuration book in the market. It incorporates a hands-on approach, with hundreds of screen shots and practical examples, that allows a person without prior configuration training to make SAP FICO ready for use in the enterprise. You’ll find that you don’t need to be a rocket scientist to grasp the concepts explained and apply them to your work—even when the finances are complicated, such as with the ins and outs of taxes, currency conversions, or special general ledger entries such as down payments or bills of exchange. Providing an in-depth coverage of both configuration and end user procedures, the book covers most aspects of the SAP FICO certification syllabus—SAP’s view of the module’s key tasks and procedures—including: Configuring and using the general ledger and accounts payable and receivable screens Configuring and completing closing procedures, asset accounting, and financial reporting Configuring global settings and enterprise variables Accounting for both profit and cost centers Creating a house bank Integrating FICO with other SAP modules Taking a jargon-free tone and providing an abundance of examples, Andrew Okungbowa provides a clear understanding of configuration techniques and the breadth of functionalities encompassed by SAP FICO. And as an accountant, Okungbowa understands the needs of end users as well as of those answering to the CIO.

Integrating ERP, CRM, Supply Chain Management, and Smart Materials

Integrating ERP, CRM, Supply Chain Management, and Smart Materials
  • Author : Dimitris N. Chorafas
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2001-05-31
  • Total pages :408
  • ISBN : 0203997522
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Summary : Organizations enjoy two kinds of strategic advantages. One is transitory: being in the right place with the right products at the right time. The other comes from having first class management and instituting processes that mobilize an organization, keeping in ahead of the competition. Which would you like to count on for your organization's success? Integrating ERP, CRM, Supply Chain Management, and Smart Materials explores how to create business opportunities and reap savings by: Restructuring and updating of ERP and CRM software as it integrates supply chain management and delivers new killer applications Evolving opportunities that will develop from the implementation of smart materials, automatic identification, classification systems, and quality assurance projects Auditing the implementation, operation, and maintenance of ERP and CRM software as well as the corrective action taken on the basis of results Internet commerce, online supply chain, and advances in technology - all available at increasingly lower costs - make systems of the past obsolete. However, just as new technology creates new opportunities, it can also create unforeseen consequences. By binding a wealth of interdependent issues between the covers of one book, Integrating ERP, CRM, Supply Chain Management, and Smart Materials gives you the tools you need to create proprietary, high value-added solutions.

Enterprise Resource Planning

Enterprise Resource Planning
  • Author : A. Kholeif,M. Abdel,M. Sherer,Magdy G. Abdel-Kader
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2008-04-17
  • Total pages :314
  • ISBN : 9780230584051
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Summary : An investigation into the process of management accounting change triggered by IT implementation, comparing Enterprise Resource Planning with custom software in relation to change in management accounting rules and routines. This empirical study is based on four real cases from a transitional country (Egypt).

Best Practices in ERP Software Applications

Best Practices in ERP Software Applications
  • Author : Kamran H. Meer, Ph.D.
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2005-02-07
  • Total pages :59
  • ISBN : 9780595345137
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Concepts in Enterprise Resource Planning

Concepts in Enterprise Resource Planning
  • Author : Ellen Monk,Bret Wagner
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2012-07-27
  • Total pages :272
  • ISBN : 9781133707462
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Summary : Show your students how to master and maximize enterprise resource planning (ERP) software -- which continues to become more critical in business today - with the latest edition of Monk/Wagner’s successful CONCEPTS IN ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING. Equip students to use ERP tools to increase growth and productivity as they learn how to effectively combine an organization’s numerous functions into one comprehensive, integrated system. CONCEPTS IN ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING, 4E reflects the latest trends and updates in ERP software while demonstrating how to make the most of this important technology. The authors introduce the basic functional areas of business and how they are related. The book demonstrates how information systems that are not effectively integrated fail to support business functions and business processes that extend across functional area boundaries. By contrast, students clearly see how integrated information systems help organizations improve business process and provide managers with accurate, consistent, and current data for making informed strategic decisions. All-new sidebar cases and real examples throughout this edition not only thoroughly introduce the practical aspects of enterprise resource planning, but also prepare readers for ongoing ERP success in business today and tomorrow. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

The Impact of ERP on the Effectiveness of Business Process Management

The Impact of ERP on the Effectiveness of Business Process Management
  • Author : Shorouk Sherif
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2019-03-22
  • Total pages :28
  • ISBN : 9783668905238
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Summary : Research Paper (undergraduate) from the year 2018 in the subject Computer Science - Commercial Information Technology, grade: A-, German University in Cairo, language: English, abstract: Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) is a software that consists of a group of applications and tools that aim mainly to monitor business functions, operations and processes across an organization, providing reliable information to different units of the company such as finance and accounting, sales and distribution, human resources and others. In addition, with the daily evolution of information technology, the ERP system has been progressing and building itself for the last two decades, until it took the shape we all know now. On the other hand, Business Process Management (BPM) can be identified as the discipline that reaches for the maximum control and management of organizational structure and format of the business processes, which eventually leads to enhanced business process management. This research paper is exploring the impact of ERP on the effectiveness of business process management by evaluating ERP potential development on business processes and how automation provided by ERP would affect these processes. In addition, this study aims to demonstrate the functionalities of ERP, and their possible positive effect the system may have on business performance, even though some studies argue that not all ERP implementation project succeed. The paper is organized as follows: the first section will discuss ERP's definition, evolution and history, functionalities, the implementation stages of ERP systems, benefits of ERP and the cloud ERP and its types. The second section will discuss the definition of business processes management. In addition, the BPM methodologies including business process architecture, how to make the right choice for methodology and process classification framework. The last section will discuss and explore how investing in ERP can improve BPM by explaining the budget, time and plan needed for ERP systems and business processes re-engineering and system integration to match with the ERP systems. Also this section includes benefits and risks of ERP on BPM by evaluating ERP effectiveness and efficiency and assessing risks.

Controllership

Controllership
  • Author : Janice M. Roehl-Anderson,Steven M. Bragg
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2007-12-04
  • Total pages :305
  • ISBN : 9780470135716
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Summary : The 2008 Cumulative Supplement contains the following updates: Discussion of expected commercial value has been added to Chapter 22, since it is an integral part of the decision to expend funds on a research and development project. Given the large proportion of service-related businesses in the economy, we have added a new section to Chapter 23, in which we outline how to conduct profitability analysis for services. We have added substantially to Chapter 25, where we prioritize a number of techniques for improving the efficiency of the payroll process. These improvements cover the areas of timekeeping, self-service portals, the reduction of employee deductions, payroll payments, outsourcing, the use of a captive insurance company to reduce the cost of benefits, and management of the payroll department. In Chapter 26, we have added a discussion of the bullwhip effect on the cash forecast, as well as how it can be mitigated to achieve more accurate cash forecasts. Chapter 27, which covers the planning and control of receivables, has been substantially bolstered with new information about credit policies and procedures, the review and processing of credit applications, granting credit, credit insurance, creating and delivering invoices, collecting cash, and managing the credit and collections staff. Chapter 28, which covers the planning and control of inventory, has been enhanced in a similar manner. It now includes in-depth discussions of the best ways to conduct inventory purchasing, receiving, storage, picking, and shipping.

The Role of the Management Accountant

The Role of the Management Accountant
  • Author : Lukas Goretzki,Erik Strauss
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2017-09-27
  • Total pages :326
  • ISBN : 9781317377047
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Summary : There is considerable national variation in the professionalization and status of the management accountant. Although researchers from different countries have contributed to our knowledge about tasks and roles, we have limited insights into the development, education, and socio-cultural influences in different countries and surprisingly little is known about the local and national contexts in which these roles are learned and performed. This book bridges this research gap using two complementary perspectives. The first part explores management accountants in a range of different national contexts, providing information about country-specific historical developments and educational standards as well as specific roles and tasks. The second part focusses on important global developments that will increasingly impact management accountants in the future, such as sustainability, the financial crisis, technology and changing roles. By combining local context with a global overview, this insightful volume provides an agenda for future research which will be of great interest to scholars and advanced students in management accounting throughout the world.

Enterprise Resource Planning for Global Economies: Managerial Issues and Challenges

Enterprise Resource Planning for Global Economies: Managerial Issues and Challenges
  • Author : Ferran, Carlos,Salim, Ricardo
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2008-04-30
  • Total pages :420
  • ISBN : 9781599045337
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Summary : Local functional systems that create inefficient islands of information are being replaced by expensive enterprise-wide applications that unify the functional areas; however, while we have not yet been able to completely and seamlessly integrate across functions, we find that the new islands of information are no longer functional but political, cultural, linguistic, and geographical. The global village is a reality and enterprise resource planning (ERP) implementations face new issues and challenges. Enterprise Resource Planning for Global Economies: Managerial Issues and Challenges provides authoritative research on the theoretical frameworks and pragmatic discussions on global implementations of information systems, particularly ERP systems. This book offers professionals, managers, and researchers, who want to improve their understanding of the issues and challenges that arise when information systems cross national boundaries, with an authoritative, essential research resource.

Environmental Management Accounting: Informational and Institutional Developments

Environmental Management Accounting: Informational and Institutional Developments
  • Author : M.D. Bennett,J.J. Bouma,T.J. Wolters
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2006-04-11
  • Total pages :302
  • ISBN : 9780306480225
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Summary : Environmental Management Accounting (EMA) is increasingly recognised as a distinguished tool of environmental management. It helps to integrate a company's environmental and business interests, whereby enhancing corporate eco-efficiency in terms of reducing environmental costs or making one's product more competitive. This book gives a comprehensive coverage of the state of the art. It presents a number of EMA frameworks that companies can take as a basis for implementing their own specific EMA structures. Besides discussing environmental accounting issues within conventional management accounting, it gives a detailed picture of materials flow (cost) accounting as an alternative way of looking at the ecology-economy relationships at the corporate level. A fascinating case study shows how a large company (Siemens) applies materials flow accounting and what benefits it entails.

ERP Systems and Organisational Change

ERP Systems and Organisational Change
  • Author : Bernard Grabot,Anne Mayère,Isabelle Bazet
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2008-04-16
  • Total pages :214
  • ISBN : 1848001835
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Summary : ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) systems are now the backbone of the information systems in public and private sector organisations. Yet difficulties remain. This book provides a unique and comprehensive insight into ERP systems, from both a social and a technical viewpoint. Without trying to build an artificial consensus, several case studies are commented upon alternatively with a technical and social view, showing how the same facts can have different interpretations.