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URN etd-0505118-145128
Author Chia-wen Chang
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Department Finance
Year 2017
Semester 2
Degree Master
Type of Document
Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese
Title Integration of Internal Controls and ERP System -Case Study of T Company
Date of Defense 2018-05-25
Page Count 89
Keyword
  • Corporate Governance
  • Case analysis
  • SWOT analysis
  • Internal control
  • ERP
  • Abstract The operations of ERP systems in listed companies must comply with “Guideline for the Internal Control of the Publicly Issued Company”, ruled by the competent authority. Integration of internal controls and ERP system to prevent deficiencies occurring in each transaction process cycle would be the main theme in a success business.Our case is one of the panel display supply chain. Be in highly competitive industry and facing rapidly changing consumer markets, running a business faces much more challenges. How to adapt to changing markets, secure market share and find new product channel are the most important issues concerned.
    As mentioned previously, this research adopted the methods of relevant literatures reviewed, case study, and questionnaire in-depth interviews to evaluate the improvements. The project implemented is to restructure the existing information system with internal control mechanism. The results of this study are expected to improve the operating environment of the ERP system to comply with the internal control standards, and to reduce management risks and frauds.
    This paper analyzes the case that the company's implementation of improving the ERP operation surface conforms to the internal control checkpoint, which will greatly help reduce the risk of missing internal control. In addition, the key factors for the success of the project process improvement were summarized, with the high-level executives fully supporting the most important, the employee identification and execution being the second most important, and the implementation of the staff’s learning and growth satisfaction survey to enhance work efficiency. The degree of satisfaction with cross-departmental coordination effectiveness is low, and the rest of the facets are highly satisfactory.
    Advisory Committee
  • Chang-yung Liu - chair
  • Pei-how Huang - co-chair
  • Dr.Yue-shan Chang - advisor
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  • etd-0505118-145128.pdf
  • Indicate in-campus at 5 year and off-campus access at 5 year.
    Date of Submission 2018-06-05

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