Management Accounting in Enterprise Resource Planning SystemsBy
- Severin Grabski, Michigan State University, USA
- Stewart Leech, University of Melbourne, Australia
- Alan Sangster, Middlesex University, London, UK
Current evidence points to management accountants using traditional software (such as spreadsheets) for budgeting, ABC, balanced scorecards and other performance management techniques independent of, rather than integrated with Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Systems. While there has been some limited research on the effects of ERP systems on management accountants, this report provides a comprehensive analysis of the consequences of implementation of ERP systems for management accountants.
Paperback, 176 Pages
Published: May 2009
Imprint: Cima Publishing
- Executive Summary; Introduction; Prior Research; Research Methodology; Case Studies; The Motivations for ERP Deployment; The role of MAs in the ERP implementation process; Advice for MAs in ERP systems: implementation, use and post-implementation issues; The Impact of ERP on the MAs and their work; Summary and Conclusions.