HIGH-TECH TOOLS THAT DO THE JOB - Considering the frantic pace at which computer and communication hardware products are introduced, it's no wonder accountants often feel overwhelmed when deciding which electronic equipment to buy.
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Journal of accountancy : publication of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. - Jersey City, NJ : Inst., ISSN 0021-8448, ZDB-ID 2193590. - Vol. 183.1997, 4, p. 44-52
ACCOUNTING SOFTWARE THE ROAD AHEAD - What's ahead for high-end accounting software? The vendors are offering slimmed-down versions of their products at lower prices in an effort to penetrate the larger middle market. And within five years some vendors may well be selling software the way utilities sell electricity--transmitting it from a central facility and metering its use. This article examines ...
Zarowin, Stanley, (1998)
THE MILLENNIUM MUDDLE - As the clock ticks toward December 31, 1999, CPAs worry computer data will become garbled because many application programs can't determine whether the two-digit year designation--97 vs. 1997--will put the year in the right century. Efforts are under way to fix the problem.
Zarowin, Stanley, (1997)
A JOURNAL SURVEY: THE SOFTWARE CPAs USE - Application software has become the major professional tool of accountants, and this survey reports what products CPAs use what they like, what they don't like and, if they plan to switch to a new product, what that brand might be.
Prawitt, Douglas, (1997)
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