Accounting Information System: Report

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AIS 1Accounting Information System
AIS 2Table of ContentsIntroduction......................................................................................................................................31. Define Business processes...........................................................................................................42. Develop Business Requirements.................................................................................................63. Determination of System Requirements for B Bakery................................................................94 Software Selections....................................................................................................................125. Vendor Selection.......................................................................................................................13Conclusion.....................................................................................................................................17References......................................................................................................................................18
AIS 3IntroductionIn the present globalized and dynamic business world, ERP software plays an important role insupporting and managing the business activities. ERP helps in increasing the productivity andefficiency of every business operating in any industry. In this view, this report aims atdiscussing the importance of ERP software systems through a case study in which in B Bakeryorganization has to implement ERP system for taking the business to the next level. The reportwill illustrate the business organization, and determine the system requirements accordingly.This report also compares and contrasts the features and functionalities of two accountingsoftware adopted by another vendor. Specifically, the report will also explain how the businessresults will be affected by the implementation of the ERP in the long run.
AIS 41. Define Business processesa) A professional who is engaged in the business of manufacturing and preparing pastries andbreads for the purpose of serving the peoples at their favourite places like grocery stores andrestaurants is known as bakers. Their main task is concerned with mixing ingredients andconsidering recipes in order to prepare baked foods. They existed in the two forms. Initial form isof commercial baker who is engaged in the business of commercial baking and second form is ofretail bakers engaged in bakeshops and grocery stores (Hecker, et al., 2013). Baking in largequantities and strictly following the pre defined recipes constitutes the basic difference betweenthese two forms. Inspecting the ingredients that are available for the recipes that they have to produce constitutesthe functioning for whole day of baker. Ensuring the freshness of ingredients like cupcakes,breads and pies is also constitutes the main operation of a baker. Kneading, rolling and mouldingthe shape of dough and cutting them in the desired shape are also a function of baker. Business process of a bakeryB Bakery is a bakery company that is engaged in the business of selling products tosupermarkets. These businesses have customers in the form of customer base mixed with theprominent businesses. They engaged in the production of bakery products and then supply themto another groceries shops and businesses. Various production units like supply chain management, sales and marketing department,accounts, HR management process and finance constitute the business of bakery. Taking care ofpurchasing of raw materials from different business units like suppliers of fruit, poultry farms

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