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Rizal Technological University College of Business and Entrepreneurial Technology Department of Accountancy In partial fulfillment of Information Technology 1 IT concepts and Systems Analysis and Designs Submitted by: ALIMPOLOS, CARMELITA SANCHEZ, RONA SHANE L. Submitted to: WILSON F. PURA, CPA Instructor General IT concepts 1. IT concept for business system survey of IT pertaining to accounting function. 1.1 General Syst
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  Rizal Technological University College of Business and Entrepreneurial Technology Department of Accountancy In partial fulfillment of Information Technology 1 IT concepts and Systems Analysis and Designs Submitted by: ALIMPOLOS, CARMELITA SANCHEZ, RONA SHANE L. Submitted to: WILSON F. PURA, CPA Instructor  General IT concepts 1.   IT concept for business system survey of IT pertaining to accounting function. 1.1   General System Concept 1.1.1   System theory,System Objectives and Types of Systems 1.1.1.1   System Theory 1.1.1.2   Systems Architecture 1.1.1.3   Types of System   1.1.2   Systems Architecture 1.1.2.1   System Architecture 1.1.2.2   Famous Architecture 1.1.2.3   Fundamental Principle 1.1.2.4   Social Cognitive aspects of Systems Architecture 1.1.3   Control and feedback in system 1.1.3.1   Definition of Term 1.1.3.2   Basic Component of fed back Control System 1.1.3.3   Types of Fed Back 1.1.3.4   Superior Uses of Control System 1.1.4   The Nature, Types and Attributes Of Information 1.1.4.1   Information System 1.1.4.2   Types of information system 1.1.5   The role of Information within Business 1.1.5.1   Role Of Information Systems In Business 1.1.5.2   Communication 1.1.5.3   Record 1.1.5.4   Automation task 1.2   Managers use of information general overview of decision theory 1.2.1   Human Information Processing 1.2.2   Transaction Processing Typical Business Application 1.2.2.1   Transaction Processing Typical Business Application 1.2.2.2   Types of Transaction processing 1.2.2.3   Databases for transaction processing 1.2.2.4   Databases for transaction processing may be constructed using 1.2.2.5   The following features are desirable in a database system used 1.2.2.6   A TPS will go through a recovery of the database which may involve 1.2.3   Communication of Information 1.2.3.1   Communication 1.2.3.2   The Communication Process 1.2.3.3   Communication is sometimes described as: 1.2.3.4   External Communications 1.2.3.5   Internal Communications 1.2.3.6   Internal Communications can be further classified by direction: 1.2.3.7   Horizontal Communication 1.2.3.8   Vertical Communication  1.2.4   Financial Analysis, Decision Support, 1.2.4.1 FINANCIAL ANALYSIS 1.2.4.2 USERS OF INFORMATION 1.2.4.2 TYPES OF FINANCIAL ANALYSIS 1.2.4.3 COMPARATIVE STATEMENTS   1.2.4.4 COMMON SIZE STATEMENTS 1.2.5   Executive Information System And Business Intelligence 1.2.5.1   Executive Information System 1.2.5.2   BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE 1.2.6   General ledger, budgeting, & information system 1.2.6.1   General Ledger 1.2.6.2   Budgeting 1.2.6.3   The 3 Goals of Budgeting 1.2.6.4   Types of Budgets 1.2.6.5   Fixed Budget 1.2.6.6   Information system 2.   IT Infrastructure and Rules as they pertain to Accounting Functions 2.1   Hardware  –  Capabilities 2.2   Software 2.3   Telecommunication 2.4   Security 2.5   Privacy 3.   Evolution Of Information System Models 3.1   Manual Process Model 3.2   Flat-File Model 3.3   Database model 3.4   REA Model 3.5   ERP Model 4.   Databases and Resources, Events, and Agents (REA) 4.1   Elements of Database Environment A.   Elements of Data base 1. Data Schema    Three models associated with a schema 2. Schema Objects    Tables    Indexes    Fields and Columns a.   Records and Rows b.   Three main types of keys  c.   Three different types of database relationships d.   Data types 4.2 Databases in Distributed Environment a. Various applications b. Distributed database options c. Homogeneous d. Heterogeneous e. Systems f. Typical Heterogeneous Environment    Major Objectives 4.3 Database Application on REA approach a.   Resources events and agents b.   Approach data base design c.   Resources REA Model d.   Events in REA Model e.   Agents in REA Model f.   Traditional Approaches g.   Database Applications h.   Diagram Explanation using REA 4.4 Developing REA Model a. Give and Receive Events b. Differences between REA and ER Diagrams c. Steps 1 in Developing REA Diagrams. d. Step 2. Identify the Resource Entities. e. Step 3. Identify the Agent Entities.
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