annotating data into systematic software

15:18 Apr 16, 2020
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Accounting
English term or phrase: annotating data into systematic software
Accounting is an art because it presents the financial findings by following and implementing a universally accepted method (GAAP). Art is applying scientific methods in practical usage such as accounting. Booking is the creative way of annotating data into systematic software designed to retrieve information easily and accurately.
ِAdel Almergawy
Egypt


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4inputting information into software
philgoddard


  

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inputting information into software


Explanation:
This is rather awkward writing, possibly by someone whose first language is not English. I don't think "systematic" adds anything to the sentence, and I would ignore it. "Creative" is a slightly inappropriate word, too, because creative accounting implies bending the rules or even committing fraud.

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Asker: thanks a lot


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agree  Thaise Poerschke Freitas
19 hrs

disagree  Daryo: very roughly it's that BUT as you can have many different kind of "software" => you can't just ignore the "systematic" character of this particular software, simply because it means nothing to you.
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