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Adams, B. C. 2008. Discover the power of Excel 2007. Journal of Accountancy (February): 60-65.

Albright, T. 1995. Software for activity-based management. Journal of Cost Management (Spring): 6-25.

Albright, T. L. and T. Smith 1996. Software for activity-based costing. Journal of Cost Management (10): 47-58.

Alexander, R. A. 1996. Teaching good systems design for spreadsheet projects. Journal of Accounting Education 14(1): 113-122.

Alger, M. 2003. Managing a business as a portfolio of customers to drive profit. Strategic Finance (June): 54-57. (Using intelligence software to focus on customers).

Alles, M. and M. Piechocki. 2012. Will XBRL improve corporate governance?: A framework for enhancing governance making using interactive data. International Journal of Accounting Information Systems 13(2): 91-108.

Alles, M. and R. Debreceny. 2012. The evolution and future of XBRL research. International Journal of Accounting Information Systems 13(2): 83-90.

Alles, M. G. and G. L. Grey. 2012. A relative cost framework of demand for external assurance of XBRL filings. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 103-126.

Anders, S. B. and C. M. Carol. 2009. A clear look at tax software. The CPA Journal (May): 20-29.

Anders, S. B. and C. M. Fischer. 2010. A clear look at tax software. The CPA Journal (May): 14-21.

Anders, S. B. and C. M. Fischer. 2011. A clear look at tax software: 2011 annual survey of New York State tax professionals. The CPA Journal (November): 16-24.

Anders, S. B. and C. M. Fischer. 2012. A clear look at tax software: 2012 annual survey of New York State tax professionals. The CPA Journal (November): 16-25.

Anderson, S. 1998. JAVA unplugs time and expense reporting. Management Accounting (October): 52-53.

Anderson, U., R. G. May and C. A. Miles. 1988. Variables sampling software: Development and classroom testing. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 156-173.

Arnesen, S. and J. Thompson. 2003. ERP merger mania. Strategic Finance (October): 30-36.

Arnesen, S. and J. Thompson. 2005. How to budget for enterprise software. Strategic Finance (January): 43-47.

Arnesen, S. and S. Elder. 1997. What you need to know about accounting and finance software. Management Accounting (August Supplement): 26-28, 30-31.

Arnold, V., J. C. Bedard, J. R. Phillips and S. G. Sutton. 2012. The impact of tagging qualitative financial information on investor decision making: Implications for XBRL. International Journal of Accounting Information Systems 13(1): 2-20.

Arora, A., J. P. Caulkins and R. Telang. 2006. Research note: Sell first, fix later: Impact of patching on software quality. Management Science (March): 465-471. (JSTOR link).

August, T. and T. I. Tunca. 2006. Network software security and user incentives. Management Science (November): 1703-1720. (JSTOR link).

August, T. and T. I. Tunca. 2011. Who should be responsible for software security? A comparative analysis of liability policies in network environments. Management Science (May): 934-959.

Bagozzi, R. P. and U. M. Dholakia. 2006. Open source software user communities: A study of participation in Linux user groups. Management Science (July): 1099-1115. (JSTOR link).

Bagranoff, N. A. 1993. Adopting commercial software in the accounting classroom: A focus on learning. Journal of Accounting Education 11(2): 275-286.

Bagranoff, N. A. 1999. Select your next system with high-tech tools. Strategic Finance (May): 75-79. (Discussion of decision support software available from a variety of vendors including software related internet sites).

Bailey, C. D. and J. S. Soileau. 2011. Q-analytics: An ethics case on unlicensed software usage. Journal of Accounting Education 29(1): 50-59.

Baldwin, C. Y. and K. B. Clark. 2006. The architecture of participation: Does code architecture mitigate free riding in the open source development model? Management Science (July): 1116-1127. (JSTOR link).

Ballou, B., D. L. Heitger and L. Donnell. 2010. Creating effective dashboards. Strategic Finance (March): 26-32.

Balwin, A. A., C. E. Brown and B. S. Trinkle. 2006. XBRL: An impacts framework and research challenge. Journal of Emerging Technologies in Accounting (3): 97-116.

Baril, C. P., L. Betancourt and J. W. Briggs. 2005. How to "Excel" at options valuation. Journal of Accountancy (December): 57-86.

Barry, E. J., C. F. Kemerer and S. A. Slaughter. 2006. Environmental volatility, development decisions, and software volatility: A longitudinal analysis. Management Science (March): 448-464. (JSTOR link).

Bartley, J., A. Y. S. Chen and E. Z. Taylor. 2011. A comparison of XBRL filings to corporate 10-Ks: Evidence from the voluntary filings program. Accounting Horizons (June): 227-245.

Bartley, J., Y. S. A. Chen and E. Taylor. 2010. Avoiding common errors of XBRL implementation. Journal of Accountancy (February): 46-52.

Bauch, D. J. 1997. Software review. Management Accounting (July): 63.

Baxendale, S.J. 1999. Software for activity-based management. Journal of Cost Management (March/April): 11-24.

Baxter, R. J. and J. C. Thibodeau. 2011. Does the use of intelligent learning and assessment software enhance the acquisition of financial accounting knowledge? Issues In Accounting Education (November): 647-656.

Bean, D. 2002. Learn Peach Tree Accounting. Wordware Publishing.

Berry, M. J. A. and G. S. Linoff. 2004. Data Mining Techniques: For Marketing, Sales, and Customer Relationship Management. Wiley Computer Publishing.

Betty, G. and T. Dimnik. 1993. OOPs. Management Accounting (May): 50-53. (Refers to object-oriented programming used for software development).

Bhansali, C., A. Watson, S. Ernst, S. Cook, et al. 2006. Executive roundtable: Accounting software. Journal of Accountancy (May): 94-97.

Bhattacharya, S. and W. Wasson. 1997. The implementation of a new financial applications system for the El Camino school district: A teaching case to expose students to the vagaries of software selection during new systems development projects. Issues In Accounting Education (Spring): 113-128.

Bizarro, P. A. and A. Garcia. 2010. XBRL- Beyond the basics. The CPA Journal (May): 62-71.

Bizarro, P. A. and A. Garcia. 2011. Using XBRL global ledger to enhance the audit trail and internal control. The CPA Journal (May): 64-71.

Blocher, E., K. Shastri, D. E. Stout and M. R. Swain. 2010. Instructional case: Blue Ridge Revisited - Integrating ABC and OROS Quick® software. Journal of Accounting Education 27(2): 85-103.

Bonaccorsi, A., S. Giannangeli and C. Rossi. 2006. Entry strategies under competing standards: Hybrid business models in the open source software industry. Management Science (July): 1085-1098. (JSTOR link).

Bonner, P. 2011. Tax software survey. Journal of Accountancy (September): 24-29.

Bonner, P. 2012. 2012 tax software survey. Journal of Accountancy (September): 23-27.

Bonner, P. 2013. 2013 tax software survey. Journal of Accountancy (September): 56-57.

Bonsón, E., V. Cortijo, and T. Escobar. 2008. The role of XBRL in enhanced business reporting (EBR). Journal of Emerging Technologies in Accounting (5): 161-173.

Borden, J. P. 1991. Software for activity-based management. Journal of Cost Management (Fall): 6-38.

Borden, J. P. 1994. Activity-based management software. Journal of Cost Management (Winter): 39-49.

Borthick, A. F. and G. P. Wentworth. 1998. Will your company be year 2000-compliant? Management Accounting (July): 31-32, 34-36.

Bovee, M., A. Kogan, K. Nelson, R. P. Srivastava and M. A. Vasarhelyi. 2005. Financial reporting and auditing with net knowledge (FRAANK) and extensible business reporting language (XBRL). Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 19-41.

Bovee, M., M. L. Ettredge, R. P. Srivastava and M. A. Vasarhelyi. 2002. Does the year 2002 XBRL taxonomy accommodate current business financial-reporting practice? Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 165-182.

Boyle, R. D. 2002. Doing business with an application service provider. Strategic Finance (March): 24-28.

Bradley, S. E. 2009. Windows 7: Is it right for you? Journal of Accountancy (November): 32-37.

Bramer, M. 2007. Principles of Data Mining (Undergraduate Topics in Computer Science. Springer.

Bressler, L. A. and M. S. Bressler. 2006. How entrepreneurs choose and use accounting information systems. Strategic Finance (June): 56-60. (Survey).

Briner, R. F., D. T. Pearson and J. E. Gauntt Jr. 1987. A microcomputer application for attribute sampling. Journal of Accounting Education 5(1): 161-166.

Brown, L. D., R. J. Huefner and J. Weintrop. 1988. Financial data bases in accounting doctoral programs. Issues In Accounting Education (Fall): 228-240.

Brown, R. M. and B. Ruf. 1989. Applying software design principles to accounting software: A direct manipulation approach. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 41-54.

Buckoff, T. A. and B. K. P. Kramer. 2005. Using Excel to ferret out fraud. Strategic Finance (April): 46-49.

Buttonow, J. 2012. IRS audits of small business software files. Journal of Accountancy (January): 50-54.

Carbone, J. P. and J. R. Hudicka. 1998. Layered systems deployment. Management Accounting (December): 27-30. (Using Complex Objects software to design information systems in record time).

Carlson, N. F. 1999. High-tech exec. Strategic Finance (September): 56, 58-59. (Related to software use).

Castelluccio, M. 2000. Can the enterprise run on free software? Strategic Finance (March): 50-55.

Castelluccio, M. 2000. Give away the store and get rich. Strategic Finance (April): 59-63. (Project management software).

Chalos, P. 1988. A spreadsheet analysis of different costing systems. Journal of Accounting Education 6(2): 345-353.

Cheng, N. S., L. L. Eng, Y. T. Mak and C. L. Chong. 2003. Performance measures in the media and software division of Kao (Singapore) Private Limited. Journal of Accounting Education 21(2): 157-184.

Chironna, J. and E. Zwikker. 2010. XBRL for GRC. Strategic Finance (July): 44-47.

Christensen, A. L. and M. M. Eining. 1991. Factors influencing software piracy: Implications for accountants. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 67-80.

Cieslak, D. 2014. Five apps for CPAs. Journal of Accountancy (April): 18.

Cieslak, D. 2014. The CPA technology gift guide. Journal of Accountancy (December): 52-54, 56.

Clark, W. 1997. The new breed of analytic applications. Management Accounting (December): 57-59. (Developing forward-looking scenarios).

Clyman, J. 2004. Business IT: Rent or buy? Many companies are outsourcing IT duties to third parties and reaping benefits. PC Magazine (October 19): 129-132, 134, 136, 138. (Note).

Cockburn, I. M. and M. J. MacGarvie. 2011. Entry and patenting in the software industry. Management Science (May): 915-933.

Coffin, Z. 2001. The top 10 effects of XBRL. Strategic Finance (June): 64-67.

Collins, J. C. 2006. Small business software grows up. Journal of Accountancy (March): 50-56.

Collins, J. C. 2009. The tech-savvy CPA. Journal of Accountancy (June): 50-55.

Collins, J. C. 2011. A quick guide to QuickBooks. Journal of Accountancy (December): 24-29.

Collins, J. C. 2013. Microsoft Office 2013. Journal of Accountancy (April): 32-40.

Collins, J. C. 2013. Technology Q&A. Journal of Accountancy (August): 68-70, 72.

Collins, J. C. 2013. Technology Q&A. Journal of Accountancy (September): 78-81.

Collins, J. C. 2013. Technology Q&A. Journal of Accountancy (October): 82-84, 86.

Collins, J. C. 2013. Technology Q& A. Journal of Accountancy (November): 66-68, 70.

Collins, J. C. 2013. Technology Q&A. Journal of Accountancy (December): 76-78, 80-81. (A digital dashboard in Excel workbook, etc.).

Collins, J. C. 2014. 11 QuickBooks tips for producing stellar reports. Journal of Accountancy (October): 28-33.

Collins, J. C. 2014. 11 tips to optimize QuickBooks reporting. Journal of Accountancy (September): 64-69.

Collins, J. C. 2014. Technology Q&A. Journal of Accountancy (January): 63-64, 66-68.

Collins, J. C. 2014. Technology Q&A. Journal of Accountancy (February): 66-69.

Collins, J. C. 2014. Technology Q&A. Journal of Accountancy (March): 72-74, 76. (Excel's calculation errors, Words templates for letters and contracts, Anonymous e-mail, etc.).

Collins, J. C. 2014. Technology Q&A. Journal of Accountancy (April):68-72.

Collins, J. C. 2014. Technology Q&A. Journal of Accountancy (May): 70-72, 74.

Collins, J. C. 2014. Technology Q&A. Journal of Accountancy (June): 75-78.

Collins, J. C. 2014. Technology Q&A. Journal of Accountancy (July): 88-91. (Microsoft Office sharing arrangement, Creating Gantt charts with Excel trickery, etc.).

Collins, J. C. 2014. Technology Q&A. Journal of Accountancy (August): 82-84, 86-87. (Notes on DuckDuckGo and Disconnect Search protect your internet activity, and Excel PivotTable etc.).

Collins, J. C. 2014. Technology Q&A. Journal of Accountancy (September): 106-109. (Charts with Excel).

Collins, J. C. 2014. Technology Q&A. Journal of Accountancy (October): 68-71. (Excel pivot table).

Collins, J. C. 2014. Technology Q&A. Journal of Accountancy (November): 88-90, 92. (Adding slicers to filter the pivot table etc.).

Collins, J. C. 2014. Technology Q&A. Journal of Accountancy (December): 78-81. (Microsoft Power Map for Excel, etc.).

Collins, K. 2003. The CFO's wish list. Strategic Finance (April): 42-45. (Software for enterprise contract management of vendors).

Cong, Y., A. Kogan and M. A. Vasarhelyi. 2007. Extraction of structure and content from the Edgar database: A template-based approach. Journal of Emerging Technologies in Accounting (4): 69-86.

Cong, Y., J. Hao and L. Zou. 2014. The impact of XBRL reporting on market efficiency. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 181-207.

Cox, R. 2001. Online and on the money: We crunch the numbers on web-based accounting services - and help you decide if it's time to move your books to the web. PC Magazine (February 20): 144-152.

Coy, D. and W. O'Grady. 1992. The changing use of spreadsheets by accountants in New Zealand: A comparison of 1991 with 1986. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 171-181.

Crafton, T. W. 2002. Do you really know your customers? Strategic Finance (October): 55-57. (Using customer relationship software).

Crawford, D., D. R. Franz and G. R. Smith Jr. 1997. Computing employee stock option values with a spreadsheet. Management Accounting (July): 44, 46-48.

Cunningham, C. S. 2005. XBRL: A multitalented tool. Journal of Accountancy (April): 70-71.

Cusumano. M. A. 1991. Japan's Software Factories: A Challenge to U. S. Management. New York: Oxford University Press.

Cutis, H. L. and R. J. Alphonso. 2000. Pros & cons of ASPs. Strategic Finance (September): 34-38. (Application service providers).

Dance, D. R. 1995. How to choose a financial software consultant. Management Accounting (September): 32-37.

Dance, D. R. 1996. The three phases of implementation. Management Accounting (February): 35-38, 40. (Planning, installation, and post-implementation management of software).

Dance, D. R. 1997. Mind mapping your way to the right software. Management Accounting (April): 36, 38, 40, 42-43, 46.

Davenport, T. H. and J. G. Harris. 2005. Automated decision making comes of age. MIT Sloan Management Review (Summer): 83-89.

Davenport, T. H. and J. G. Harris. 2007. Competing on Analytics: The New Science of Winning. Harvard Business School Press.

Davenport, T. H., J. G. Harris and Robert Morison. 2010. Analytics at Work: Smarter Decisions, Better Results. Harvard Business Press.

Davis, G. B. 1988. Information systems: Productivity gains from computer-aided software engineering. Accounting Horizons (June): 90-93.

De Haes, S. W. Van Grembergen and R. S. Debreceny. 2013. COBIT 5 and enterprise governance of information technology: Building blocks and research opportunities. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 307-324. (COBIT 5 is a framework for the governance and management of IT).

Dearing, G. 1997. Accounting systems that stand the test of time. Management Accounting (December): 32, 34, 36, 38. (Software).

Debreceny, R. and G. L. Gray. 2001. The production and use of semantically rich accounting reports on the Internet: XML and XBRL. International Journal of Accounting Information Systems 2(1): 47-74.

Debreceny, R. and G. L. Gray. 2004. Grab your picks and shovels! There's gold in your data. Strategic Finance (January): 24-28.

Debreceny, R. and S. Farewell. 2010. XBRL in the accounting curriculum. Issues In Accounting Education (August): 379-403.

DeCristofaro, J. 2005. Prepare data for Excel. Journal of Accountancy (May): 76-78.

DeFelice, A. 2009. 2009 tax software. Journal of Accountancy (December): 61-66.

DeFelice, A. 2010. 2010 tax software survey. Journal of Accountancy (September): 34-39.

Dembeck, J. L. and D. E. Stout. 1997. Using a spreadsheet to solve a multinational marketing problem. Management Accounting (January): 33-39. (Using linear programming for determining production and sales mix).

Drew, J. 2013. How to develop and publish a mobile app. Journal of Accountancy (February): 24-31.

Du, H., M. A. Vasarhelyi and X. Zheng. 2013. XBRL mandate: Thousands of filing errors and so what? Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 61-78.

Duston, R. and H. Keasler Jr. 1996. Off-the shelf software creates custom reports. Management Accounting (February): 48, 50-52, 54.

Dzinkowski, R. 2008. The coming of XBRL now? Strategic Finance (July): 38-41.

Eckerson, W. W. Performance Dashboards: Measuring, Monitoring, and Managing Your Business, 2nd edition. Wiley.

Economides, N. and E. Katsamakas. 2006. Two-sided competition of proprietary vs. open source technology platforms and the implications for the software industry. Management Science (July): 1057-1071. (JSTOR link).

Edmonds, T. P. and B. Tsay. 1989. Using lotus 1-2-3 macros as grading assistants. Journal of Accounting Education 7(2): 271-278.

Elam, R., M. R. Wenger and K. L. Williams. 2012. XBRL tagging of financial statement data using XML spy: The small company case. Issues In Accounting Education (August): 761-781.

Elam, R., M. R. Wenger, and K. Williams. 2011. Global ledger: The next step for XBRL: Leveraging the potential throughout the accounting cycle. The CPA Journal (September): 64-71.

Enzweiler, A. J. 1995. Evaluating client/server financial software. Management Accounting (September): 39-40, 42-45.

Erickson, N. and D. H. Herskovits. 1985. Accounting for software costs: Cracking the code. Journal of Accountancy (November): 81-96.

Fang, J. 2011. Why is the U.S. XBRL conversion process so slow? The CPA Journal (January): 6-10.

Farewell, S. M. 2006. An introduction to XBRL through the use of research and technical assignments. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 161-185.

Fisher, I. and M. Bradford. 2005. New York State agencies: A case study for analyzing the process of Legacy system migration: Part I. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 173-189.

Fisher, I. E. and M. Bradford. 2006. New York State agencies: A case study for analyzing the process of Legacy system migration: Part II. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 139-160.

Fogarty, T., C. Kelliher and P. Goldwater. 1995. Estimating retirement benefits with spreadsheets. Management Accounting (November): 49-55.

Fordham, D. R. and S. Brooks. 1997. Tools for dealing with uncertainty. Management Accounting (September): 38, 40-43. (Spreadsheet applications).

Fedricks, K. and R. Laudenslager. 2011. Sage ACT! 2011 Dashboard and Report Cookbook. Packt Publishing.

Gaiss, M. 1998. Enterprise performance management. Management Accounting (December): 44-46. (Recommended features of a packaged software system).

Gannon, J. J. and D. Parkinson. 1983. Software development costs should be expensed. Management Accounting (November): 37-39. (See Paulsen below for another view).

Garud, R., S. Jain and A. Kumaraswamy. 2002. Institutional entrepreneurship in the sponsorship of common technological standards: The case of Sun Microsystems and Java. The Academy of Management Journal 45(1): 196-214. (JSTOR link).

Gavious, I. 2007. Accounting software assets: A valuation model for software. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 117-132.

Geerts, G. L. 2004. An XML architecture for operational enterprise ontologies. Journal of Emerging Technologies in Accounting (1): 73-85.

Geerts, G. L., B. A. Waddington and C. E. White. 2002. Stevie: A dynamic, between-instructor collaborative internet tool for learning cardinalities. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 75-89.

Gillespie, J. F., J. R. Reeder and J. H. Wragge. 1985. Safeguarding you spreadsheet. Management Accounting (May): 38-42.

Glynn, J. F. 1971. Computer program: A profitable by-product. Management Accounting (May): 41-42.

Gnatovich, R. 2007. Making a case for business analytics. Strategic Finance (February): 46-51.

Goldwater, P. and T. Fogarty. 2007. The power of arrays: The Excel tool that performs multiple functions in a single step. Journal of Accountancy (March): 52-56.

Gomaa, M. I., A. Markelevich and L. Shaw. 2011. Introducing XBRL through a financial statement analysis project. Journal of Accounting Education 29(2-3): 153-173.

Gopal, A. and B. R. Koka. 2010. The role of contracts on quality and returns to quality in offshore software development outsourcing. Decision Sciences 41(3): 491-516.

Gornik-Tomaszewski, S. 2014. Capital budgeting simulation using Excel: Enhancing the discussion of risk in managerial accounting classes. Management Accounting Quarterly (Summer): 12-17.

Grant, G. H and S. J. Conion. 2006. EDGAR extraction system: An automated approach to analyze employee stock option disclosures. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 119-142.

Gray, C. D. 1995. The Right Choice: A Complete Guide to Evaluating, Selecting, and Installing Mrp II Software. Wiley.

Green, R. 1998. The software side of EMU. Management Accounting (August): 42-45. (The European monetary union and the euro).

Greenlee, J. S. and L. Clark. 1995. Beware the software police! Management Accounting (December): 44-45.

Grewal, R., G. L. Lilien and G. Mallapragada. 2006. Location, location, location: How network embeddedness affects project success in open source systems. Management Science (July): 1043-1056. (JSTOR link).

Haddleton, G. 1998. 10 rules for selecting budget management software. Management Accounting (January): 24, 26-27.

Haley, A. S. 1996. DARWin: The evolution of data collection. Management Accounting (May): 45-47.

Hanna, D. W. 1997. What's up with the middle market? Management Accounting (September): 50-52. (Software).

Hannon, N. 2001. XBRL will spread quickly. Strategic Finance (June): 68-73. (Includes vendor list).

Hannon, N. and G. Trevithick. 2006. Making clean deposits. Strategic Finance (February): 24-29. (FDIC uses XBRL to streamline the regulatory data collection process for banks).

Hannon, N. J. and R. J. Gold. 2005. XBRL revisited. Journal of Accountancy (February): 64-65.

Haseqawa, M., T. Sakata, N. Sambuichi and N. Hannon. 2004. Breathing new life into old systems. Strategic Finance (February): 46-51. (New XBRL-GL technology).

Hayen, R. L. and R. M. Peters. 1989. How to ensure spreadsheet integrity. Management Accounting (April): 30-33.

Heer, R. 2012. How agile is your planning? Find out by measuring the ROI of your planning software. Strategic Finance (April): 44-50.

Hegstad, L. P. 1988. Matchware. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 94-96.

Henderson, D., S. D. Sheetz and B. S. Trinkle. 2011. Understanding the intention to adopt XBRL: An environmental perspective. Journal of Emerging Technologies in Accounting (8): 7-30.

Henderson, D., S. D. Sheetz and B. S. Trinkle. 2012. The determinants of inter-organizational and internal in-house adoption of XBRL: A structural equation model. International Journal of Accounting Information Systems 13(2): 109-140.

Henson, H. E. 1997. Backoffice solutions for management accounting. Management Accounting (April): 47-49. (Software).

Hey, T. 2010. The next scientific revolution. Harvard Business Review (November): 56-63. (The four paradigms of science: 1) Theory, 2) Experimentation, 3) Computation and simulation, and 4) Data mining. The next scientific revolution involves using the fourth paradigm, deep-data-mining tools to solve the worlds problems in astronomy, oceanography, healthcare, water management, and climate change).

Hitt, M. A. 2005. Management theory and research: Potential contribution to public policy and public organizations. The Academy of Management Journal 48(6): 963-966. (JSTOR link).

Holbrook, K. 2004. Adding value with analytics. Strategic Finance (November): 40-43. (Analytics software for financial managers).

Institute of Management Accountants. 1992. Software package review. Management Accounting (January): 45-51.

Institute of Management Accountants. 1993. Software package review. Management Accounting (January): 55-59.

Institute of Management Accountants. 1994. Software for ABC. Management Accounting (April): 62-64.

Institute of Management Accountants. 1994. Software package review. Management Accounting (January): 58, 60-62.

Institute of Management Accounting. 1995. Financial software and management accounting. Management Accounting (September): 27.

Institute of Management Accountants. 1996. ABC software providers. Management Accounting (March): 54.

Institute of Management Accountants. 1996. Case studies. Management Accounting (February): 57-75. (Software).

Institute of Management Accountants. 1996. Case studies. Management Accounting (June): 51-53.

Institute of Management Accountants. 1996. Case studies. Management Accounting (July): 51-53. (Software).

Institute of Management Accountants. 1996. Case studies. Management Accounting (November): 54-57.

Institute of Management Accountants. 1996. Case studies. Management Accounting (December): 54-56.

Institute of Management Accountants. 1996. Case studies - EDI and electronic commerce. Management Accounting (September): 48, 50-51.

Institute of Management Accountants. 1996. Case studies - international. Management Accounting (August): 51-54.

Institute of Management Accountants. 1996. Tech forum special expanded section. Management Accounting (September): 52-61.

Institute of Management Accountants. 1997. ABC vendor list. Management Accounting (March): 38.

Institute of Management Accountants. 1998. ABC vendor list: 20 companies that market ABC software. Management Accounting (April): 49.

Institute of Management Accountants. 1998. Fixed asset vendor listing. Management Accounting (July): 48.

Institute of Management Accountants. 1999. Financial software buyer's guide. Management Accounting (February): 46-81. (Includes 7 case studies, a 6 page vendor list and several pages of product reviews).

Institute of Management Accountants. 1999. Software guide. Strategic Finance (September): 54-55.

Ivancevich, S. H., D. M. Ivancevich and F. Elikai. 2010. Accounting software selection and satisfaction. The CPA Journal (January): 66-72.

Izard, C. D. and J. M. Reeve. 1986. Electronic spreadsheet technology in the teaching of accounting and taxation - Uses, limitations, and examples. Journal of Accounting Education 4(1): 161-175.

Janvrin, D. J. 2008. Detecting spreadsheet errors: An education case. Issues In Accounting Education (August): 435-454.

Janvrin, D. J. and M. Mascha. 2012. Automating the financial close process: How you can benefit. Strategic Finance (November): 28-36.

Janvrin, D. J. and W. G. No. 2012. XBRL implementation: A field investigation to identify research opportunities. Journal of Information Systems (Spring): 169-197.

Janvrin, D. J., R. E. Pinsker and M. F. Mascha. 2013. XBRL-enabled, spreadsheet, or PDF? Factors influencing exclusive user choice of reporting technology. Journal of Information Systems (Fall): 35-49.

Jensen, R. E. and P. K. Sandlin. 1992. Why do it? Advantages and dangers of new waves of computer-aided teaching/instruction. Journal of Accounting Education 10(1): 39-60.

Jensen, R. E. and P. K. Sandlin. 1992. How to do it? Getting started in authoring computer-aided teaching/instruction and what software features to consider. Journal of Accounting Education 10(1): 61-93.

Jensen, R. E. and P. K. Sandlin. 1995. Who's doing it? Sources of public and private computer-aided learning materials for accounting educators. Journal of Accounting Education 13(2): 119-148.

Johnson, R. A. and J. M. Middleton. 2008. Accounting for second life. Journal of Accountancy (June): 54-58. ("Second Life is an immersive and engaging 3-D virtual world with economic implications and opportunities for the real world. CPA Island is the current center of the public accounting profession in Second Life...").

Johnston, R. 2010. What's new for CPAs in Office 2010. Journal of Accountancy (February): 40-45.

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