A Review of the Impact of Accounting Information System for Effective Internal Control on Firm Performance
Businesses today operate in a highly competitive and changing global business environment and therefore require information system that provides speedy responses to the complex business issue. The rapid development in information technology (IT) has aided companies to generate and make use accounting information systems (AIS), and the qualitative characteristics of any accounting information system to make it effective can be sustained if there is proper internal control system. When companies and businesses adjust and regulate their computerized technique of internal control machinery according to accounting information system (AIS), there would be assurances of the reliability of financial information processes, the control measures of effectiveness and efficiency of the information reliability will be boasted, effectual and improved operative goals and enhanced performance. Therefore, this study focused and look at the influence of accounting information systems (AIS) for effective internal control on firm's performance and found out that when controls are operated efficiently and effectively, there will be improved performance, better accounting information reliability for better decision making for both the internal and external users.
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