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You are invited to participate in a research study examining the “Impact of Accounting Information Systems (AISs) on the Quality of Financial Information and Decision-Making in Saudi Arabia”. This study investigates how companies implement AIS and how the quality of financial information and decision making is benefitted after the AIS implementation. The result of the study will be useful for many organisations in SA to meet the 2030 vision in regard to the digital transformation objective as one of the objectives of the financial sector development program.
Your assistance is greatly appreciated.
Accounting Information System (AIS): a system that collects, records, and processes data to produce financial information to decision-makers.
Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP): it is an information system that integrates all types of business functions in one system under one common database to provide useful information for decision-makers.
Relative analysis of financial statements: is a comparison of a particular metric (available in any of the financial statements) of one company with the corresponding metric of another company within the same industry, or against the industry in which it operates in.
Through this survey, the term AIS is used to refer to the computerised AIS, cloud AIS as well as AIS within the ERP environment that is used in your company.
This survey will take approximately 15 minutes
Participation in this research is voluntary and anonymous. You are free to withdraw at any time, without explanation or penalty. You will not be able to withdraw your data after completing the research as data has been collected anonymously. Data will be non-identifiable and will be stored electronically in the hard drive of the University of Tasmania (UTAS) password protector laptop. No one can access the data except the researcher and the research team. The hard copy of the data will be shredded after 5 years of the publication of the thesis. Also, the digital copy will be deleted from the UTAS server.
Your time is appreciated, thank you.
There are 23 questions in this survey.