Analysis And Design Of Accounting Information Systems Using Single Step Method Case Study Of Enslave Convection
Keywords:Information Systems, Accounting, Prototype, Single Step Method
Along with its development, the company must experience the development of business activities. The development of business activities results in an increase in the amount of data and will require greater storage capacity, activities will become more complex and control will be more difficult. Therefore, it is necessary to create an automated procedure that can process data regarding the company's business activities, store it, and distribute it. Sales activity in a trading company can be said as the main activity. Because without sales, a trading company can be said to be dead. Convection Enslave was established in 2013 where 4 years earlier to be precise in 2009. The problem that often occurs is that in keeping the books of transactions that have occurred, companies are often faced with various obstacles such as unrecorded data, or miscalculation of income, so that it affects the profit calculation. make a loss. In the single step method, all revenues (Operational Income, Other Income) are grouped into one, namely in the income group and all expenses (Operating Expenses, Other Expenses) are also grouped into one, namely in the expense group, the income group is placed at the beginning of the report and added up, then the expenses are added up, to get the company's net profit/loss, the income is reduced by the expenses.
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