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Management Accounting in Enterprise Resource Planning Systems
Author : Severin Grabski,Stewart Leech,Alan Sangster
Publisher : Butterworth-Heinemann
Release Date : 2009-05-16
ISBN 10 : 9780080964102
Pages : 176 pages
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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.

Management Accounting in Enterprise Resource Planning Systems
Author : Severin Grabski,Stewart A. Leech,Alan Sangster
Publisher : CIMA Publishing
Release Date : 2009
ISBN 10 : 9781856176798
Pages : 150 pages
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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
Author : A. Kholeif,M. Abdel,M. Sherer,Magdy G. Abdel-Kader
Publisher : Springer
Release Date : 2008-04-17
ISBN 10 : 0230584055
Pages : 314 pages
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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).

Enterprise Resource Planning and Business Intelligence Systems for Information Quality
Author : Carlo Caserio,Sara Trucco
Publisher : Springer
Release Date : 2018-04-13
ISBN 10 : 3319776797
Pages : 142 pages
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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.

Review of Management Accounting Research
Author : MAGDY G. ABDEL
Publisher : Palgrave Macmillan
Release Date : 2011-10-26
ISBN 10 : 0230252370
Pages : 574 pages
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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
Author : Daniel E. O'Leary
Publisher : Cambridge University Press
Release Date : 2000-07-31
ISBN 10 : 9780521791526
Pages : 232 pages
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An examination of the pros and cons of ERP systems and their role in e-commerce.

Second-Wave Enterprise Resource Planning Systems
Author : Graeme Shanks,Peter B. Seddon,Leslie P. Willcocks
Publisher : Cambridge University Press
Release Date : 2003-09-11
ISBN 10 : 9780521819022
Pages : 449 pages
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How to get the most out of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems.

Enterprise Resource Planning Concepts
Author : Jill O'Sullivan,Gene Caiola
Publisher : N.A
Release Date : 2016-08-04
ISBN 10 : 9780991214259
Pages : 399 pages
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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
Author : Mary Sumner
Publisher : Pearson College Division
Release Date : 2005
ISBN 10 :
Pages : 185 pages
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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.

The Role of the Management Accountant
Author : Lukas Goretzki,Erik Strauss
Publisher : Routledge
Release Date : 2017-09-27
ISBN 10 : 1317377044
Pages : 326 pages
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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.

Mission Critical
Author : Thomas H. Davenport,Professor Department of Management Information School of Management Thomas H Davenport
Publisher : Harvard Business Press
Release Date : 2000
ISBN 10 : 9780875849065
Pages : 335 pages
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Publisher Fact Sheet Presents an authoritative view of the critical business issues surrounding Enterprise Resources Planning implementation.

Enterprise Resource Planning, Corporate Governance and Internal Auditing
Author : Hany Elbardan,Ahmed O. Kholeif
Publisher : Springer
Release Date : 2017-07-06
ISBN 10 : 3319549901
Pages : 437 pages
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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.