Synopses & Reviews
BUILDING ACCOUNTING SYSTEMS USING MICROSOFT ACCESS 2013 provides a concrete foundation for database theory and shows users how to construct effective accounting systems. Concepts and theories come alive through detailed Access 2013 screenshots and illustrations. Online tutorials provide instant feedback and help users master concepts in a step-by-step manner. This textbook also offers detailed coverage of REA modeling, exploring the relationships among resources, events, and agents. Using Microsoft Access 2013, users will develop the knowledge and skills needed to design accounting systems that deliver timely, accurate, and complete information to decision makers.
About the Author
Jim Perry is a Professor of Management Information Systems at the University of San Diego, School of Business. He is the author of over sixty-five textbooks and trade books. He holds a Ph.D. in computer science from the Pennsylvania State University and a B.S. in mathematics from Purdue University.
Table of Contents
Brief Contents. Preface. Acknowledgments. About the Authors. 1. Introduction to Microsoft Access. 2. Databases and Accounting Systems. 3. Creating, Populating, and Displaying Tables. 4. Creating and Using Queries. 5. Creating and Using Forms. 6. Creating and Using Reports. 7. Introduction to Data Modeling for Accounting Information Systems. 8. Sales/Collection Process. 9. Acquisition/Payment Process. 10. Human Resources Process. 11. Financing Process. 12. A Complete Accounting System for a Merchandising Company. Index.