Survey on Accounting Software

Ajith Kannan

Abstract


The need for survey in accounting software is solution to cash flow problems. Many surveys nowadays, conduct and validate their solutions using empirical research. The survey is an empirical method which enables researcher scholars to collect data from a large population. The main aim of this survey is to generalize the findings. Accounting software helps to make this process easier by ensuring that all of your business’s financial details are in one place. It describes a type of application software that records and proceses accounting transactions within functional modules such as accounts payable, accounts receivable, journal, general ledger, payroll and trail balance. It unicorns as an accounting information system. Accounting software should address, meet or exceed all the aspects you like about your current system, it is vital to hang on to the things that are already working well.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.23956/ijarcsse.v9i2.933

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