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AIS SUBSYSTEMS We devote separate chapters to an in-depth study of each AIS subsystem depicted in Figure 1-3. At this point, we briefly outline the role of each subsystem. T A B L E 1-1 EXAMPLES OF MIS APPLICATIONS IN FUNCTIONAL AREAS Function Examples of MIS Applications Finance Portfolio management systems Capital budgeting systems Marketing Market analysis New product development Product analysis Distribution Warehouse organization and scheduling Delivery scheduling Vehicle loading and allocation models Personnel Human resource management systems n Job skill tracking system n Employee benefits system 9 10 PART I Overview of Accounting Information Systems Transaction Processing System The TPS is central to the overall function of the information system by converting economic events into financial transactions, recording financial transactions in the accounting records (journals and ledgers), and distributing essential financial information to operations personnel to support their daily operations.
This is a popular option with health care and legal services organizations that have complex systems requirements but are not of sufficient magnitude to justify retaining an in-house systems development staff. Indeed, this has become a popular option for many organizations that traditionally have relied on in-house development but have chosen to outsource these activities. In recent years, public accounting firms have expanded their involvement in the vendorsupported market. Organizational Structure The structure of an organization reflects the distribution of responsibility, authority, and accountability throughout the organization.
A file is a complete set of records of an identical class. For example, all the AR records of the organization constitute the AR file. Similarly, files are constructed for other classes of records such as inventory, accounts payable, and payroll. The organization’s database is the entire collection of such files. DATABASE MANAGEMENT TASKS. Database management involves three fundamental tasks: storage, retrieval, and deletion. The storage task assigns keys to new records and stores them in their proper location in the database.
Accounting Information Systems by J. Hall