Valeri, Kevin and Dewi, Fajar Gustiawaty and Sembiring, Sari Indah Oktanti (2022) Information Technology and Accounting Information System Role in The Decision-Making Process for Management (Case Study at Municipal Waterworks Way Rilau, Municipal Waterworks Pesawaran And Municipal Waterworks Way Sekampung). International Journal of Research Publication and Reviews, 3 (8). pp. 2048-2053. ISSN 2582-7421

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The rapid development of technology in the current era of globalization makes companies of all sizes, regardless of how small or large they are, become increasingly technologically sophisticated, which is true regardless of the size of the company. Current technological advances will help companies provide information of a high standard. Information systems within companies, especially administrative information systems, are progressing rapidly due to the development of new technologies. Users can access the information they need for a specific purpose or any number of reasons through the use of a system known as an information system. This system is responsible for the process of data collection, control, and analysis. A system is considered inadequate and of poor quality, if the system analysis results do not meet expectations. Accounting information systems are beneficial for companies because they facilitate the transmission of financial information and assist managers and staff with report generation. The primary purpose of the accounting information system itself is to provide information for planning purposes, as well as to safeguard the information obtained from the existing system, whether it is related to the quality, provision of presentation, or structure of information, and to ensure that the release is accurate. In addition, accounting information systems are intended to provide information for planning purposes. Accounting information systems are often crucial for an organization because it is often necessary to correctly communicate an organization's financial situation to everyone involved in the company. An accounting information system is a vital component to consider when improving business performance. This system aims to collect, transport, and analyze financial data and other information types to assess an organization's performance based on criteria such as internal planning and facilitation of commercial transactions. All parties involved in the company benefit from the availability of this information, especially for the management department's role in issuing calls to action. As information technology advances, businesses use it to expand their operations and can even use it to support many helpful management functions, such as organizing, directing, and controlling. This trend is expected to continue along with the development of information technology. There is only one accounting method to ensure that the tasks of the management team can be carried out efficiently, namely by running the organization's accounting information system very well, for which there is no other choice. Writing decisions by management organizations is a painstaking process. Because the decisions made as a consequence depend on the information already published, any information that needs to be provided must be correct and relevant. If the information presented is not accurate or current, then the conclusions drawn by the organization's management are also unreliable. Therefore, we need a reliable information system and technology to provide timely, relevant, high-quality information. Any accounting information system can be considered of good quality if it can obtain information that is easy to check and meet information needs in a timely, accurate and reliable manner.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: H Social Sciences > HF Commerce > HF5601 Accounting
Divisions: Fakultas Ekonomi dan Bisnis (FEB) > Prodi Akuntansi
Depositing User: Mrs Sari Indah Oktanti Sembiring
Date Deposited: 05 Dec 2022 08:12
Last Modified: 05 Dec 2022 08:12

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