Impact of Accounting Information Systems (AIS) on Organizational Performance: A case Study of TATA Consultancy Services (TCS) - India


  • Hadi Saeidi
  • Bhavani Prasad



Accounting Information System (AIS) as one of the most critical systems in the organization has also changed its way of capturing, processing, storing and distributing information. Nowadays, more and more digital and online information is utilized in accounting information systems. Methodology: Organizations need to take action, which put such systems at the forefront, and consider both the system and the human-related factors while managing their accounting information systems. In managing an organization and implementing an internal control system, the role of accounting information system (AIS) is crucial. Results: In brief, this research has provided an understanding of the impact of accounting information systems on organizational performance in TCS. That is, data quality management is factors for accounting information systems in organizations. Further, in TCS financial managers are highly complacent as they are not taking any initiatives on their own to reach out and meet the organizational goals. Further, in TCS financial managers are highly complacent as they are not taking any initiatives on their own to reach out and meet the organizational goals. Particularly in managers using AIS is done through budgetary allocation and its utilization plan would be the responsibility of top managers. Conclusion: Researcher has examined the relationship between variables considering the Kolmogorov-Smirnov test and lack of normality of data, the Pearson correlation coefficient was used. In this study researcher after analysis of data with statistical software which has been used in SPSS .22 find the positive relationship between accounting information system and influence factors on the organizational performance.


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