Date of Award
Master of Science (MS)
Having presented the "basic numbering systems" the writer ettempts to draw on his department store background, research materials, and personal interviews with well informed business executives, in order to present meaningful facts in a logical sequence as to their application to the numbering of Indianapolis accounts.
In the final analysis account numbering in this thesis will apply specifically to the assignmentof an individual number to each customer's account in the Accounts Receivable Depertment of a department store or stores. As background information, however, the writer will draw extensively on the experiences of banks in order to establish a sound basis for numbering.
Anderson, James O., "Accounts Receivable Numbering for Indianapolis" (1961). Graduate Thesis Collection. 299.