ACCOUNTING INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR PURCHASING, SALES, AND SERVICE (CASE STUDY OF PT. GM MOTOR PONTIANAK)
Keywords: accounting information systems, service, service, sales, purchase
PT. GM Motor Pontianak is a company engaged in the sale and service of motorbikes. Service transaction data processing and motorbike sales are still managed in a simple way, namely recording transactions into a ledger and copied to Microsoft Excel for recapitulation or report presentation. The main problem that becomes an obstacle for the company is that the admin as a transaction data processor often makes mistakes and delays in making a recapitulation of monthly sales transactions, as well as errors in making financial reports. Therefore, this study discusses the design of an accounting information system that provides facilities to two users, namely the Admin and the Director. The admin can manage account data, spare part brands, spare part data, mechanical data, tariff data, account data, spare part purchase transactions, spare part sales transactions, service transactions, sales, and expense transactions. The director can process user data, access spare part stock reports, purchase reports, sales reports, service reports, mechanical incentive reports, general journal reports, general ledger reports, trial balance reports, and income statements. The system built is expected to help PT. GM Motor Pontianak in managing purchases, sales, and service transactions and producing financial reports in accordance with financial accounting standards.
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