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IJSTR >> Volume 5 - Issue 4, April 2016 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Effect Of The Use Of Information Technology And Organization Cultural Of The Quality Accounting Information System

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AUTHOR(S)

Bakri

 

KEYWORDS

Information Technology, Organizational Culture, Quality of Accounting Information Systems, Accounting Information Quality.

 

ABSTRACT

The result of the application of effective accounting information system and provide quality and effective accounting information quality. Fundamental rule accounting information systems in an organization is generating accounting information quality through the process of collecting raw data, and then processed and then presented in the form of accounting information useful for user information. The purpose of this study was to know how the effect of Use of information technology on the quality of accounting information systems, organizational culture on the quality of accounting information systems, and the quality of accounting information system on the quality of accounting information. Based on the literature of some previous researchers proved that (a) technology affects the quality of accounting information systems, using information system (AIS) Effectively requires an understanding of the organization, management and information technology shaping the system. the use of information technology within an organization intended to provide information to the user. (B). Organizational culture affects the quality of AIS, at the stage of design and implementation of the system, required careful consideration of the information attitude is the main component of the organization, information systems can be substantially influenced by the culture of the organization. (C) accounting information quality influence on information accounting quality is built with the main purpose to process accounting data from various sources into the accounting information needed by a wide range of users to reduce risk when making decisions.

 

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