11.The sales module maintains product inventory information.
12.The mechanical functions of an accounting system can NOT be automated.
13.The records for each control account are kept in the company’s general ledger.
14.Each component of an information system should have the ability to receive, store, and process information.
15.Data entered into a computerized accounting system that originate as paper documents are called the output.
16.Data may be entered into a table of a relational database through the use of forms.
17.Business-to-business and business-to-customers are examples of E-Business.
18.The use of the Internet to promote online sales of merchandise does not require the use of a computerized accounting system.
19.Application software facilitates the recording and processing of data.
20.A set of computerized files in which company data are stored is called an application.