An Investigation of The Factors That Influence The Perception of Small and Medium Sized Business Employees and Owners on Accounting Information Systems in Jordan

Osama Shaddad, Nawwaf Alfawa'rah, Bader Alqaied, George Shawaqfeh

Abstract


The study investigates the perceptions that small and medium sized businesses in Amman( Jordan) have towards the adoption of accounting information systems. The literature review reveals that performance and productivity are not directly influenced by accounting information systems. The research paper uses a cross sectional survey design with an interview to collect data. The study is limited to Amman (Jordan) due to monetary and time restrictions. The research paper reveals that the size of the organization and the education level influence the perception of survival without accounting information systems, while the size and position of the respondents determine influences the perception of cost in an organization.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/ijafr.v5i1.7658

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