Application Integration - Financial Accounting Model in Applications Enterprise Resource Planning
AbstractMost specialists believe that there is no Enterprise Resource Planning without any financial and accounting information in the operations they administer in these systems. A financial-accounting pattern gathers and strengthens information related to all the activities of a company thus allowing unitary management to be possible. A financialaccounting pattern itself is not the most important but it is necessary when implementing any ERP application. All the data in a system are centralized in such a financial-accounting pattern, therefore providing the support for various reports. The word integration is very common nowadays, whether we talk about integration in the European Union or other structure, whether we talk about economic integration applications.
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Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP); management system; financial and accounting information.;
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