Main Article Content
Financial data speed, precision, and dependability are advantages of a computerized accounting system (CAS) over a manual one. Several studies on the implementation of CAS have been done. The majority of the studies, however, took place in industrialized countries. This study investigates the CAS adoption status by small enterprises in Mogadishu, Somalia. This study employed quantitative approaches by using primary data from a survey questionnaire. 124 questionnaires were distributed, with 118 usable questionnaires returned, resulting in a 95% response rate. The quantitative data is analyzed using SPSS version 20, and descriptive analysis is performed. The findings confirm small firms' extensive use of CAS. However, the use and understanding of CAS are limited, with just basic accounting modules being used.