INFORMATION SYSTEMS PRACTICE
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The course is designed to provide students with the ability to understand basic information systems practice like electronic software and managing electronic spread sheets. The course also covers accounting applications and capital budgeting analysis including use of techniques like; NPV, IRR and using the solver to come up with-optimal decisions. It looks at Electronic spread sheets and other pertinent software, financial statements analysis, and linear programming.
|An electronic spreadsheet is a computer application that displays and organizes data. Each data is stored in a cell of a worksheet and can be manipulated using formulas to calculate or change the data in other cells. This unit looks at the different types of software that one can use to make a spreadsheet.|
|Financial Statements Analysis||FREE||01:00:00|
|This unit looks at Financial Statements Analysis and also looks at the two methods of financial statement analysis which are horizontal or trend analysis. and vertical analysis.|
|Balance Sheet Analysis||01:00:00|
|The balance sheet is analyzed to obtain some key ratios that help explain the health of the firm at a given point in time. This unit shows the metrics of Balance sheet analysis.|
|Cash Flows Statement Analysis||01:20:00|
|The free cash flow, as the name suggests, allows a company to be able to pay dividends, repay its debts, buy back its stock and also make new investments to facilitate future growth. This unit shows you how the excess cash produced by the company, free cash flow, is calculated.|
|Capital Budgeting Techniques/Methods||01:20:00|
|This unit looks at the important techniques adopted for capital budgeting along with its importance and examples.|
|linear programming is part of a very important area of mathematics called "optimization techniques". This unit looks at how these techniques can be used in the organization and allocation of resources.|
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