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Please let me know if you have any questions or need revisions.Report: AnnotateBibAnnotateBibby RICH KIDGeneral metrics14,7671,8351467 min 20 sec14 min 6 seccharacterswordssentencesreadingtimespeakingtimeScore99Writing Issues1Issues left1CriticalAdvancedThis text scores better than 99%of all texts checked by GrammarlyPlagiarismThis text hasn’t been checked for plagiarismReport was generated on Friday, Oct 30, 2020, 05:53 PMPage 1 of 17Report: AnnotateBibWriting Issues1Engagement1Word choiceUnique Words23%Measures vocabulary diversity by calculating thepercentage of words used only once in yourdocumentunique wordsRare Words32%Measures depth of vocabulary by identifying wordsthat are not among the 5,000 most common Englishwords.rare wordsWord Length5.4Measures average word lengthcharacters per wordSentence Length12.6Measures average sentence lengthwords per sentenceReport was generated on Friday, Oct 30, 2020, 05:53 PMPage 2 of 17Report: AnnotateBibAnnotateBibAnnotated Bibliography2Running head: Annotated Bibliography1Impact of Technology on the accounting profession –Annotated BibliographyBy[Name of Student]October 30, 2020Report was generated on Friday, Oct 30, 2020, 05:53 PMPage 3 of 17Report: AnnotateBibAnnotated BibliographyAl-Htaybat, K., Hutaibat, K., & Alberti-Alhtaybat., L. v.(2019). Global brain-re ective accounting practices.Journal of Intellectual Capital; Bradford Vol. 20, Iss. 6,733-762.The topic I have selected from the given list is the Impactof Technology on the accounting profession. Thus, AlHtaybat and co-authors’ article is about the change inperception, and altered lifestyles also affect workplacetrends. Connectivity through technologies and numerousother emerging trends change re ective professional andpersonal process and preferences of people. The articleReport was generated on Friday, Oct 30, 2020, 05:53 PMPage 4 of 17Report: AnnotateBibuncovers how changes in the workplace environmentaffecting the overall profession of accounting and howchanging trends and implementation of technology fornance management affect the adaptation of accountingas an academic and professional choice. I will use thisarticle in my research paper to introduce the connectivebetween the accounting profession and technologyimplementation in the workplace.Barnes, D. O. (2019). IMPACT OF ARTIFICIALINTELLIGENCE AND BLOCKCHAIN TECHNOLOGY ON THECONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY. Construction Accounting &Taxation; Boston Vol. 29, Iss. 1, 20-26.The article above by D.O. Barnes is about the impacts ofarti cial intelligence and blockchain technology on theconstruction industry. The article I have selected becauseit could be linked with the topic is that technologyimplementation in every eld impacts traditionalaccounting, nance, taxation, and numerous otherdisciplines. Arti cial intelligence and its adaptation playa crucial role in managing workplace functions. Thus theindustry is adapting these technologies ef ciently andavoid hiring human force that, in turn, affects acceptanceReport was generated on Friday, Oct 30, 2020, 05:53 PMPage 5 of 17Report: AnnotateBibof accounting and similar disciplines as a subject. I willuse this article in my paper to start how technology andarti cial intelligence impact accounting or theaccounting profession.CGA. (, 1993). Impact of Information Technology on theAccountancy Profession. CGA Magazine; Toronto Vol. 27,Iss. 1, 64.The article above is directly linked to the topic I haveselected. In this journal, the author concludes with1acceptable research that shows the inverse relationshipbetween technology implementation and accountancyprofession acceptance. The journal provides secondaryresearch results that information technology, itsapproval, performance, and adaptation impact theaccountancy profession. Several areas are covered in thearticle presented in my research paper, and I willelaborate on the author’s ideas. In the journal, all factsand opinions are supported by recent facts and guresshowing that information technology is genuinely a hurdlefor the accountancy profession.Cook, J. M., Freedman, E. M., Groves, R. J., Madonna, J.C., O’Malley, S. F., & al., e. (1992). The Liability Crisis inReport was generated on Friday, Oct 30, 2020, 05:53 PMPage 6 of 17Report: AnnotateBibthe United States: Impact on the Accounting Profession.Journal of Accountancy; New York Vol. 174, Iss. 5, 18.The article is a detailed and focused study of the impactsof technology implementation on the United Statesaccounting profession. Also, in my research paper, Igenerally talked without focusing on a speci c area orpopulation. However, data presented about the UnitedStates will still be used as an example to support myclaim. In the United States, implementation of technologybrings liability risks that will be addressed in the researchpaper. In my research paper, I will use this article tosupport my claim that these crises are caused bytechnology and innovation implementation.Izza, M. (2018). THE IMPACT OF TECHNOLOGY IN THEACCOUNTING INDUSTRY. Middle East; Dubai, 5-10.The article above by Izza .M is a detailed study oftechnology and advancement across the accountingindustry. Indeed, technology, innovation, andadvancement impact every business area in both positiveand negative ways. Still, the accounting and accountingprofession’s effects are diverse because companies areusing automotive and error-free technological systems toReport was generated on Friday, Oct 30, 2020, 05:53 PMPage 7 of 17Report: AnnotateBibhandle such tasks into the organization. I will highlightthe diverse impacts of technology in accounting as anindustry. The article expands on huge industry concepts,its applications, origin, development, and the decline ofaccounting concepts in professional and academic areas.The article will be used in the research paper to providean industrial view of the problem.Lagaros, N. D. (2018). The environmental and economicimpact of structural optimization. Structural andMultidisciplinary Optimization; Heidelberg Vol. 58, Iss. 4,1751-1768.The article above is selected based on the out ofworkplace impacts of the implementation of technology.Structural and Multidisciplinary optimization ofeconomies and workplace information will be used fromthe article to add a short part in my paper. Although thejournal is not directly addressing the topic, it issupportive that there are environmental and economicimpacts and industry effects. The article is a detailedoverview of both the direct and indirect impacts of theemergence of technology in the business industry.Report was generated on Friday, Oct 30, 2020, 05:53 PMPage 8 of 17Report: AnnotateBibMauricio Marrone, a. J. (2017). The disruptive andtransformative potential of new technologies foraccounting, accountants, and accountability. MeditariAccountancy Research; Pretoria Vol. 27, Iss. 5, 677-694.Impact of potential new technologies and innovation onaccounting is highlighted, and prominent comparative toother prevailed issues because accounting department ofan organization is responsible for tacking all problems,cost management, revenue management and playnumerous other essential functions for the organizationthus the implementation of technology to makeprocesses more ef cient and faster. The article will beused to expand on the introduction of the research paper.I’ll describe how potential developments and innovationaffect your perception and position of accountants at theworkplace.Michael. Davern, C. F. (2005). THE PERVASIVENESS OFINFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY: ITSEFFECTS ON BUSINESS MODELS AND IMPLICATIONS FORTHE ACCOUNTING PROFESSION. Australian AccountingReview, suppl. SUPPLEMENT 37; Melbourne Vol. 15, Iss.3, 39-43.Report was generated on Friday, Oct 30, 2020, 05:53 PMPage 9 of 17Report: AnnotateBibIn this article, Michael states that the enormouschallenge that organizations are facing is a rapidtechnological change in the contemporary world. Productmarkets have become information-driven; thus,technology and innovation to drive or the monitor iscarried out. The author talks about the positive andnegative aspects of technology implementation overother business markets and focuses explicitly on theaccounting market. In the end, he formulated that theeffects of information communication are enormous thataffect the success of the business. The article andinformation available will help me develop a detailedpaper on the selected topic.Molinar, R. (2001). Future trends in accounting marketing.The Practicing CPA; New York Vol. 25, Iss. 2, 1-4.The article cited above by Molinar is about emergingtrends in the accounting market. Although emergingtechnology and innovation bring challenges for theaccounting profession, future predictions show that therewould be four major trends that will transform existingaccounting status in the workplace. The article isformulated based on the Association for AccountingReport was generated on Friday, Oct 30, 2020, 05:53 PMPage 10 of 17Report: AnnotateBibMarketing (AAM) survey results that suggests foursigni cant trends in national and internationalaccounting rms will transform the whole process. Thearticle also states that trends discussed or revealedduring the survey highlight sales, partners, and marketingprofessionals’ implications. I will use this article in theresearch paper to explain the gap in the present andfuture of accounting rms and the company’s accountingdepartments.R.Balachandran, J. T. (2009). The Impact of GlobalWarming on the Cost and Management AccountingProfession. Journal of Accounting, Auditing & Finance;Boston Vol. 24, Iss. 2, 333-355.Technology implementation directly or indirectly isaffecting accounting information and its position in thebusiness industry. The above article by R. Balachandranis focusing on the indirect impact of technology causedfor the accounting profession. The author states thatgreenhouse gas emissions have increased into theatm…
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