The “Accounting office” Revas Business Simulations Games give you a chance to play the role of a co-owner of an accounting office. Thanks to the simulation, you can operate on one competitive market with colleagues from other teams. If you run an entrepreneurship course our games can be a great alternative to an ordinary lecture.
What is the player’s task?
Organise your Accounting office
Recruitment and wage setting
Analyse customers and
Analyse company performance
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Make business decisions. Manage. Set business strategies. Analyse the results of your business and competition. Draw conclusions. Compete.
Decision scope in the Accounting services simulation
Accounting and taxes
- Accounting management for a small-size company | Preparation of monthly tax returns | Accounting management for a medium-size company | Adjustment of a tax return/ VAT return | Full accounting management | VAT return preparation
HR and payroll services
- HR services – processing of civil law contracts | HR services – processing of employment contracts | Payroll list preparation
- Tax consultancy | Preparation of information for a tax authority | Preparation of a report upon request
Great learning through fun, but also making decisions like in a real company. A good idea for diversifying classes. I highly recommend it and wish you further progress in the product development.
The “Accounting office” Revas Business Simulations Games is a tool supporting logical thinking, gives the opportunity to make decisions independently.
It combines theoretical knowledge with practice. It presents a general diagram of the company’s structure and operations.
It allows for development of marketing management in a given accounting firm.
It shows problems and realities of running a business, forces the users to learn about other areas. The users can both demonstrate creativity and predict the consequences of poor decisions. The simulation teaches group decision making and delegation of powers. It is based on the principles of healthy competition, teaches honesty in business.
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