Gone are the days when accountants used paper ledger books and a sharp pencil to record accounting entries. Computerized accounting has become commonplace in many firms, from Fortune 100 companies all the way down to one-person solopreneur businesses.
A computerized accounting system consists of software designed to track all of your company’s accounting transactions, with the goal of producing financial output for monthly reports, annual financial statements, tax return information and other report configurations used to analyze your company’s operations, efficiency and profitability.
Who can Use Computerized Accounting Systems?
It seems that just about anyone in business can use a computerized accounting system these days because of the variety of solutions available to fit the needs of virtually any size and type of company.
At the end of this course, the student will be able to make use of computer with accounting software to record, store and analyze financial data. Also understand bookkeeping data collection, reporting, inventory, customer management and many more
Four (4) Weeks One-on-One Classroom + Unrestricted Online Class