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Title: Accounting Information System for Financial Company
Authors: Chamnangit, Charoen 
Issue Date: 1993
Publisher: University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce
Source: Charoen Chamnangit (1993) Accounting Information System for Financial Company.
Abstract: The rapid advancement of computer technology over the last decade has dramatically affected to the business environment. Without computers, business firm would not function as effectively and efficiently as they do. One area of business greatly affected by the computer is the operation of Accounting system. The traditional long-drawn-out accounting cycle can now be handled by the computer with speed and ease. Although, one major objective of accounting to provide information remains intact by computer Accounting Information System has also undergone considerable from manual operation. The replacement of computerized accounting Information System is a major objective of the thesis. The acquisition of a principle of financial company's accounting progress and a knowledge of computer Science, Systems Analysis and the combination of accounting progress by the use of computer technology in information progressing. The context is divided into two categories: Transaction Progress and Information Process. The traditional accounting processes are analyzed and the computer application system are installed in a financial company by using of convenience sampling method. The effectiveness are measured by interviewing from the members of this financial company and estimating workload of previous system comparing with the new generated systems.
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