Dr Martin Quinn publishes new Book – Business Information Systems for Accounting Students
Dr. Martin Quinn of DCU Business School, and chair of the MSc in Accounting Programme, recently published a new book along with Gerhard Kristandl, entitled “Business Information Systems for Accounting Students”.
Business Information Systems for Accounting Students offers a more practical approach than the typical accounting information systems textbook. The textbook covers the technical foundations of the topic, and provides a unique insight into what information systems and technology mean for accountants in today’s business environment.
Providing a contemporary education for undergraduate accounting students, Quinn and Kristandl offer a fresh perspective that is relevant to both UK and international students of computerised accounting, accounting information systems or accounting technology.
Key features of the text include:
Real life examples with QR codes for easy access on smart devices . Examples are drawn from leading organizations such as Ryanair, Marks and Spencer, SAP and The World Bank.
Coverage of the features of selected office, accounting and business software
Mini-cases to show how technology benefits business
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