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Obstacles and implementation of accounting software system in Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs): Case of South Asian perspective.

Rahman, M. M.; Ahammed, M. M. U.; Rouf, M. A.; Uddin, M. M.


Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) have long been considered as the principle driving force of Bangladesh’s economy. Along with stimulating private ownership and entrepreneurial skills, SMEs are flexible and can adapt quickly to changing market demand and supply. The aim of this study was to show that how the factors of barrier affected practicing of accounting software system in SMEs of Bangladesh. However, to get an exclusive finding, total 300 firms were randomly selected as a respondent and surveyed to get the specific answers of the specific questionnaire. Finally, the result of this study suggested the proper application and use of accounting software system ensured strong responsibility and accountability of the business enterprise and it also assisted the owner and policy makers of the firm’s to better understanding about their performance and improvement. With employing accounting software technology, small and medium business enterprises can reduce its operating cost and increase its profitability and competitive advantages.

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