This degree program develops accounting information technologies (AIT), their role in organizations, particularly in supporting strategic and operational decision-making and problem solving, as well as operations support and management.
With an AIT degree, you help a company:
- Reduce time spent on manual processes
Computerized accounting uses sophisticated software to automate manual accounting and bookkeeping processes, such as complex calculations.
- Reduce errors and increase accuracy
Digital accounting ensures that all data entered is calculated accurately, meaning you won’t have to manually check your accounts every time you or a member of staff enter new data.
- Real-time financial information
Computerized accounting systems are synchronized and aligned with your online banking account. This means that you will always have access to up-to-date information on the payment of invoices by your customers, as well as on the expenses of your company.
- Automated invoices, credit notes and receipts
Many online accounting systems allow for automated billing, credit, and receipt processes, which means you’ll eliminate the time spent manually creating invoices, credit memos, and receipts.
- Innovative financial technology
Many computerized accounting systems are cloud-based, which means you can download apps for mobile phones and tablets.
- Save money on resources
By streamlining your accounting and bookkeeping processes using a computerized system, you (or a staff member) won’t need to spend as much time managing your financial information.
- Faster record keeping leads to more business
With automated complex calculations, continuous knowledge of your finances, and less time spent processing and verifying your accounts, you can spend more time focusing on your business operations and increasing your profit margin.
- Lectures 0
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- Duration Lifetime access
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 25
- Assessments Yes