Dr. Sampson Anomah
Dr Sampson Anomah has, at least, ten (10) years of experience in Lecturing, Research and Mentoring at the tertiary level of education and six (6) years of experience as a Director in regulated financial institutions in Ghana, having served for, at least, four (4) years as Secretary to the Board of Directors. He is a strong believer in progress through modernization of things and in change and improvements through technology.
2019: University of Cape Town, South Africa – PhD in Information Systems (IS/IT Auditing).
2016: LLB Law (Qualifying Law Degree), University of London. U.K.
2013: Association of Certified Chartered Accountants (ACCA), U.K. Professional Qualification and Membership achievement.
2006: Kingston University, London. U.K. – MSc Accounting and Information Systems.
2001: University of Cape Coast, Ghana. – Bachelor of Management Studies with French.
- Accounting Information Systems;
- IT Project Management and
- Strategic Information Systems.
- The 6th International Conference on Applied Sciences and Technology, (ICAST 2020).
- The 14th International Conference on Innovation and Management; September 27 - 29, 2017
- Anomah, S. (2019). Modelling a systems-based framework for effective IT auditing and assurance for less regulatory environments (Doctoral dissertation, Faculty of Commerce).https://open.uct.ac.za/handle/11427/30329.
- Anomah, S., & Aduamoah, M. (2018). Proposed Analytical Procedure for the Customization and Implementation of COBIT 5, An Auditing Tool: An Action Design Research Approach. Francis and Taylor. EDPACS, 57(3), 15-34.
- Aduamoah, M., Yinghua, S., & Anomah, S., (2017). Riding the waves of technology: A study into how SMEs select computerized accounting software (CAS) supplier in developing countries. Archives of Business Research, 5(10).
- Aduamoah, M., Yinghua, S., Anomah, S., & Ahmed, F. (2017). Riding the Waves of Technology: A Proposed Model for the Selection of Appropriate Computerized Accounting Software for Implementation in SMEs in Developing Countries. Archives of Business Research, 5(12).
- Aduamoah, M., Yinghua, S., & Anomah, S., (2017). Applicability of Computerized Accounting System in Improving Financial Accuracy in Ghana SMEs. Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Innovation and Management. Page 444-449.
- Agyabeng, O., Anomah, S., & Aduamoah, M. (2014). The relative impact of Microfinance organizations on the well-being of the ordinary Ghanaian-a study of the Offinso Municipality. European Journal of Business and Management, 6(19), 193-205.
- Anomah, S., Ayeboafo, B., & Agyabeng, O. (2014). Forensic Accounting–A Multifaceted Standard for Cleaner Stewardship in Weak Regulatory Environments. Research Journal of Finance and Accounting, 5(2), 32-41.
- Anomah, S., & Agyabeng, O. (2013). The Art of Value Creation with Information Technology Potentials in Business Planning–the Role Strategic Information Systems. In Information and Knowledge Management (Vol. 3, No. 8, pp. 49-58).
- Anomah, S., Adumoah, M., & Agyabeng, O. (2013) Examining And Justifying the IS/IT Skills That May Be Designed into the Accountancy Education Curricula for Tomorrow’s Professionals, European Journal of Accounting Auditing and Finance Research Vol. 1, No 3, pp. 1-14, September 2013.
- Anomah, S., & Aduamoah M. (2013). Towards Cashless Society – An Analytical Assessment of Ghana’s Progress So far. Research Journal of Commerce & Behavioral Science. ISSN: 2251-1547.