Determining the association between technological, organizational, and environmental factors and accounting software adoption of selected SMEs in the City of Lipa
Date of Publication
Bachelor of Science in Accountancy
Ramon V. Del Rosario College of Business
Florenz C. Tugas
Defense Panel Member
PAlloysius Joshua S. Paril
Alger C. Tang
Aeson Luiz C. Dela Cruz
The dawn of the information era has captured the essence of accounting in business processes as an efficient and effective accounting information system has become crucial for business entities to make sound decisions. An accounting software contributes towards this cause, and thus, becomes the focus of this study. The technological, organizational and environmental factors are assessed on whether or not each factor has significant association with accounting software adoption. Fisher's exact test was used in conducting a univariable analysis. In particular, relative advantage, trialability, top management, industry and market scope were found to be significant variables. This mainly deals with business relationships, more perceived benefits than cost, trial impact to decision making, top management's sole interest, experience in using other technology, fast access to information and finally, the perceived need of this use due to market size.
Archives, The Learning Commons, 12F, Henry Sy Sr. Hall
120 leaves : illustrations (some colored) ; 28 cm. + ; 1 computer optical disc.
Accounting--Data processing; Information storage and retrieval systems--Accounting; Computer software industry--Accounting.
Adao, P. L., Alicbusan, R. C., Ilagan, M. T., & Magistrado, J. U. (2014). Determining the association between technological, organizational, and environmental factors and accounting software adoption of selected SMEs in the City of Lipa. Retrieved from https://animorepository.dlsu.edu.ph/etd_bachelors/11458