Enterprise information systems: a pattern-based approach (3rd ed )


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Enterprise Information Systems: A Pattern Based Approach, 3e, by Dunn/Cherrington/Hollander presents a pattern-based approach to designing enterprise information systems with a particular emphasis on the enterprise-wide database. This edition is built on the idea that a separation between accounting information systems and management information systems should not exist. We believe patterns help people see the 'big picture' of enterprises more clearly and therefore help design better systems. We believe you cannot identify anything that we need to account for that we do not also need to manage, nor can we identify anything we need to manage that we do not also need to account for. In this edition, we will show how a well-designed REA-based Accounting Information System is the Enterprise Information System.
Chapter 1 An Introduction to Integrated Enterprise Information Systems Chapter 2 Representation and Patterns: An Introduction to the REA Enterprise Ontology Chapter 3 The REA Enterprise Ontology: Value System and Value Chain Modeling Chapter 4 The REA Enterprise Ontology: Business Process Modeling Chapter 5 Task Level Modeling Chapter 6 Relational Database Design: Converting Conceptual REA Models to Relational Databases Chapter 7 Information Retrieval from Relational Databases Chapter 8 The Sales/Collection Business Process Chapter 9 The Acquisition/Payment Business Process Chapter 10 View Integration and Implementation Compromises Chapter 11 The Conversion Business Process Chapter 12 The Human Resource Business Process Chapter 13 The Financing Business Process Chapter 14 Enterprise System Risks and Controls Chapter 15 ERP Systems and E-Commerce: Intra- and Inter-Enterprise Modeling Glossary of Terms and Concepts