For graduate and undergraduate level courses in Accounting Information Systems.Addressing technology's impact on traditional clerical and decision-making accounting processes, the authors of Accounting Information Systems Cases have, through their experience in the field, compiled a casebook of current AIS cases. The cases feature real companies and companies whose identities are disguised in order to allow the case specifics to be geared to the classroom. All cases reflect the authors' practitioner experiences-provide an effective method whereby accounting students can glean real-world insights and knowledge.Designed to accompany Romney/Steinbart's Accounting Information Systems 9/E. Available at a discount when packaged with this text. May also be used with other AIS texts. Provides elongated, real world, multi-issue cases that go beyond the small case scenarios at the end of each AIS textbook chapter.Multi-faceted presentation-Permits each case to be used as an isolated unit, or as a continuous series. Enables students to experience the life cycle of the project so that they can learn accounting processes through a whole view approach. Gives instructors the flexibility to use case studies for many pedagogical purposes and skill practices as either lecture material or for homework assignments.Current, real world scenarios-Provide actual consulting experiences, including organizational politics. Provides students with the opportunity to address issues and evaluate alternative approaches to actual problems, and then compare them to what actually happened.Enhanced company descriptions. Allows students to go beyond the immediate focus and constraints of the case narrative.Effective, interesting story-telling. Provides students with entertaining reading that draws them into each case, so that they can become involved in all aspects of accounting information systems processes.Political and personal characteristics highlighted. Provides students with a realistic view of the factors that affect each case.