AN ANALYSIS OF THE USE OF ACCOUNTING SYSTEM ON CLOUD: A CASE STUDY IN ABBAZ ADVISORY

Authors

  • Dr. Nur Hidayah Laili Univerisit Sains Islam Malaysia
  • Associate Professor Dr. Khairil Faizal Khairi Univerisit Sains Islam Malaysia https://orcid.org/
  • Dr. Rosnia Masruki Univerisit Sains Islam Malaysia

Abstract

The impact of the Fourth Industrial Revolution and the rapid advances in science and technology have created the concept of cloud technology, which effectively supports the developments of Internet of Things (IoT), automation, and robotics. One of the greatest technological changes affecting the accountancy profession is cloud accounting, which helps to reduce infrastructure support costs, improve the accessibility of accounting, save time, and provide larger storage compared to traditional accounting. These changes warrant a new level of preparedness, investment, and adaptation for accounting firms. The aim of this research is to understand the cloud technology service offered by audit firms. In achieving the research objectives, this study conducted interviews to obtain insights into the issues affecting the adoption and use of cloud accounting technology. Consequently, the overview of cloud technology offered by audit firms will enable the study to support the change caused by technological developments and guide the accounting profession in implementing the cloud technology effectively.  

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Author Biographies

Dr. Nur Hidayah Laili, Univerisit Sains Islam Malaysia

Faculty of Economics and Muamalat

Senior Lecturer

Associate Professor Dr. Khairil Faizal Khairi, Univerisit Sains Islam Malaysia

Faculty of Economics and Muamalat

Associate Professor

Dr. Rosnia Masruki, Univerisit Sains Islam Malaysia

Faculty of Economics and Muamalat

Senior Lecturer

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2022-12-15

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Laili, N. H., Khairi, K. F., & Masruki, R. (2022). AN ANALYSIS OF THE USE OF ACCOUNTING SYSTEM ON CLOUD: A CASE STUDY IN ABBAZ ADVISORY. International Journal of Islamic Economics and Finance Research, 5(2 December), 13-23. Retrieved from https://ijiefer.kuis.edu.my/ircief/article/view/70