ODERN TRENDS OF ACCOUNTING INFORMATION IN ERP SYSTEMS

Keywords: information, accounting, system, company.

Abstract

Companies operating in international markets in the context of global competition – is a complex multilevel structure of relationships with its particular hierarchy. The Accounting and Analytical Management System (AAMS) is designed to solve the entire spectrum of tasks (operational, tactical and strategic) as efficiently as possible. Organizational structure at the same time has to be rather flexible to response adequately and timely to newly arisen challenges and opportunities of the environment.

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Published
2019-04-03
How to Cite
Iremadze, M., Iremadze, C., & Musiienko, O. (2019). ODERN TRENDS OF ACCOUNTING INFORMATION IN ERP SYSTEMS. Scientific Journal of Polonia University, 33(2), 100-109. https://doi.org/10.23856/3311