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Objective 4 1) Shadow data can exist in tools other that spreadsheets, such as user-developed databases. 2) Data storage for shadow data is kept in a centralized location in an organization. 3) Software called ________ translates data analysis query commands into commands that are compatible with RDBMS commands. 4) The ODBC as a ________.
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EspressoCoffee Make Deposit DFD 19) List the datastores in the EspressoCoffee Make Deposit DFD. 20) List the events in the EspressoCoffee Make Deposit DFD. 21) List the agents in the EspressoCoffee Make Deposit DFD. 22) What DFD level is the EspressoCoffee Make Deposit DFD? How do you know this? 23) Create an EAD table for.
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Objective 3 1) Business intelligence technologies are typically under the control of the enterprise's IT professionals. 2) A data warehouse is a large database that serves as a central location for aggregating and storing an enterprise's data. 3) ________ is used when data is stored in spreadsheets and other tools that shadow the.
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Spice House Receive Items Narrative When Spice House receives the inventory items from the vendor, an employee verifies the items listed on the packing slip with the items listed on the purchase order. Then another employee records the items received and database tables are updated. Spice House generates a receiving report.
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11) A ________ identifies the differences between the baseline modules and the customization required to meet enterprise-specific needs. 12) The ________ approach to customization involves customizing and installing customer, vendor, employee, and remaining modules for the entire enterprise at the same time. 13) The advantage to the ________ approach is that the.
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Objective 4 1) Data flow diagrams may be used to document the current accounting system. 2) An event will typically have output data and input data. 3) The data flow element agent is usually described beginning with an action verb. 4) Employees who hold positions within the company are considered ________ agents. 5) In.
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Objective 3 1) Data flow diagrams are pictorial descriptions of business processes. 2) ________ focus on business processes using a pictorial, nontechnical view that is well suited to learning, designing, and understanding accounting systems. 3) Programmers often use ________ for designing computer program logic. 4) ________ is best suited for object-oriented programming purposes. 5).
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11) When depositing a customer payment, which table is usually not used? A) Cash Account table B) General Ledger table C) Sales Order table D) Customer table EspressoCoffee Receive Customer Payment DFD 12) List the agents in the EspressoCoffee Receive Customer Payment DFD. 13) List the events in the EspressoCoffee Receive Customer Payment DFD. 14) List the data.
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23) Why does an accounting system need to be integrated throughout an enterprise? 24) In what areas does an accounting system interact within an organization? 25) What is a stand-alone, or silo, computer system? 26) Trace the path from stand-alone systems to integrated enterprise systems. 27) What is spaghetti code and why is/was it.
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Objective 3 1) Each tier of the three-tier architecture has unique security and control requirements. 2) The firewall program is like a communication policeman monitoring traffic to and from the servers, preventing unauthorized access. 3) Typically, firewalls are not constructed between each tier of the three-tier architecture. 4) In three-tier architecture, the database tier.
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Objective 4 1) Integrated enterprise systems, such as SAP, are able to integrate with customer systems to share data with customers. 2) SAP software is used around the globe by large companies to integrate supply chain, operations, sales, human resources, and accounting functions. 3) SAP uses a navigation pane with tabs that correspond.
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24) Create an Event-Agent-Database table for the Books Ga'Lore! Credit Sales Narrative. 25) Create a level-0 data flow diagram for the Books Ga'Lore! Credit Sales Narrative. Books Ga'Lore! Shipping Process Narrative When Books Ga'Lore! processes the customer order it begins the shipping process. After receiving shipping information (from the customer order process), item.
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10) What are the guidelines for a well-designed DFD? 11) Name and describe three common DFD errors. Chapter Extension 4A 1) What are the four basic types of flowcharts? 2) A friend is taking this AIS course and is having trouble understanding the difference between data flow diagrams and flow charts. Besides the symbols,.
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Objective 1 1) Large-scale enterprise systems, such as SAP, make it possible for enterprises to integrate and share data, including accounting data, throughout the organization. 2) Technological advances in the past 15 to 20 years make it very difficult to integrate the accounting system with other systems. 3) Silo systems were usually built.
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27) Create a level-1 data flow diagram for the Books Ga'Lore! Shipping Process Narrative. Books Ga'Lore! Invoice Process When Books Ga'Lore completes the shipping process, they begin the invoice process. After receiving shipping confirmation from the warehouse (from the shipping process), the customer's order and inventory levels are updated. An invoice is.
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37) What information is included on a SAP sales order form? 38) What forms are associated with the SAP purchasing module? 39) Using the SAP purchasing module, explain how a workflow can be integrated into a system. 40) How do employees add their time worked to the database using SAP? 41) What options does.
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Objective 2 1) An IDM spreadsheet template includes both quantitative (financial) and qualitative (non-financial) analysis. 2) As the business environment becomes more complex and diverse, more factors must be considered when making decisions. 3) The process of integrating financial and non-financial factors into the decision process can lessen the quality of the decision. 4).
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21) A system that automates workflow by automatically forwarding the electronic document to the next step in the business process is called a ________. 22) A gap analysis is done to A) Identify the company's current business processes B) Help employees adjust to the new system C) Compare the baseline accounting system to.
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Objective 1 1) In a gap analysis, the gap between the baseline modules and the customization required to meet enterprise-specific needs is analyzed. 2) When using the big bang approach, timing of the implementation can play a crucial role in its success. 3) Troubleshooting a complex system is easier to accomplish when entering.
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11) Which tier below is not considered part of the integrated enterprise system architecture? A) Firewall tier B) User tier C) Database tier D) Application tier 12) The most important function of a firewall is A) Connect the three tiers within the integrated enterprise system B) Prevent unauthorized access to data C) Monitor network traffic to and from.
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11) Which of the following is considered a disadvantage of shadow data? A) Spreadsheets are outside the formal data systems under IT control. B) An accounting professional can develop the spreadsheet solution when needed. C) Spreadsheets have extensive analytic features. D) Spreadsheets offer reporting features that do not require custom programming. 12) Standardizing spreadsheets to.
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11) ________ is designed for midsize businesses wanting an integrated enterprise system. 12) ________ is designed for small and midsize businesses seeking an integrated solution that goes beyond accounting-only software. 13) SAP Business All-in-One for midsize companies uses a ________ with traffic light alerts to track the order status from order placement,.
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Spice House Purchase Order Narrative On Monday of each week, the manager of Spice House generates an inventory report. For items that are low, the manager creates a purchase order. The manager sends the purchase order to the vendor. Spice House database tables: Item, Customer, Sales Order, Sales Order Line, Vendor, Purchase.
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11) ________ systems provided information for routine, operational decisions. 12) Business intelligence answers questions such as A) What products did customers buy last week? B) What products did customers buy today? C) What products will customers will buy next year? D) What products did customers buy last years? 13) Which business intelligence tool is more likely.
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11) Which table would be used when processing a purchase order? A) Customer table B) Employee table C) Item table D) Invoice Line table 12) When receiving inventory, which table is usually not used? A) Cash Account table B) Purchase Order table C) Vendor table D) Item table Acme Purchase Narrative Acme needs to purchase more copper to make widgets. Acme.
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Objective 4 1) Payroll consists of printing payroll checks and paying payroll liabilities. 2) The pay employees and pay payroll liabilities are part of the ________ baseline accounting module. 3) The ________ module consists of transactions related to payroll. Acme Process Payroll Liabilities Acme has an automated process for paying the payroll liabilities. On the.
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Spice House Cash Deposit Narrative When Spice House makes cash deposits, the manager counts the cash and creates a deposit slip. The database tables are automatically updated. Spice House database tables: Item, Customer, Sales Order, Sales Order Line, Vendor, Purchase Order, Purchase Order Line, Employees, Employee Type, Time, Cash Receipts, Cash Account,.
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Objective 1 1) Data is transformed into information (meaningful data) when the data is processed and organized in a systematic manner. 2) Intelligence involves the ability to see meaningful interrelationships and glean insights. 3) Business intelligence can be used to answer questions such as "What products did customers purchase last year?" 4) Strategic decisions.
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17) What are the transactions typically associated with customers? Please define each transaction. 18) What are the transactions typically associated with employees? Please define each transaction. 19) What are the transactions typically associated with the banking module of a baseline accounting system? 20) What are the transactions or events typically associated with the.
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Objective 5 1) DFDs can also be used to document processes for correcting and closing entries. 2) The ________ module consists of other events and transactions that do not fall into the vendor, customer, employee, or banking modules. 3) The financial modules usually includes the following events except A) Make correcting entries B) Make adjusting.
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Books Ga'Lore! hired you to update the documentation for their processes. The only they have for the order process is the data flow diagram below. 30) Create an Event-Agent-Datastore table based on the Books Ga'Lore! customer order process data flow diagram. 31) Write a narrative based on the Books Ga'Lore! customer order.
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Books Ga'Lore! Enter Time Worked Narrative Books Ga'Lore! employees enter time manually into paper time sheets. The manager enters time worked into the system. The system automatically calculates the total time worked and updates the databases. Books Ga'Lore! database tables: Item, Customer, Sales Order, Sales Order Line, Vendor, Purchase Order, Purchase Order.
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11) Integrated enterprise systems provide an opportunity to use the shared data to create ________. 12) Which statement is not true about a stand-alone system? A) Stand-alone systems in the same company share the same database. B) Each department in the enterprise has a system that meets their individual needs. C) Data is not.
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Objective 2 1) One of the challenges of implementing an integrated enterprise system is staying on time and on budget. 2) Overestimating implementation costs is a leading cause of project failures. 3) One reason an ERP might fail is A) The cost was over estimated B) The system exceeds user expectations C) Top management champions the.
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