Dr. Sampson Anomah

Dr. Sampson Anomah
Designation: 
Staff Grade: 
Brief Bio: 

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.

Education: 

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.

Professional Membership: 
The ACCA, UK/Ghana. Association of Chartered Accountants, Ghana (ICAG) (awarded); CompTIA.
Research Interests: 
Accounting Information Systems and curious with topics in Auditing and Forensics, Financial modeling and Financial Accounting Systems; Governance of IT, Risk Management Systems, ICT4D and trends in Electronic Commerce Systems.
Teaching Areas: 
  • Accounting Information Systems;
  • IT Project Management and
  • Strategic Information Systems.
Conferences Attended: 
  • The 6th International Conference on Applied Sciences and Technology, (ICAST 2020).
  • The 14th International Conference on Innovation and Management; September 27 - 29, 2017
Publications: 
  1. 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.
  2. 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. EDPACS57(3), 15-34.
  3. 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 Research5(10).
  4. 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 Research5(12).
  5. 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.
  6. 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 Management6(19), 193-205.
  7. Anomah, S., Ayeboafo, B., & Agyabeng, O. (2014). Forensic Accounting–A Multifaceted Standard for Cleaner Stewardship in Weak Regulatory Environments. Research Journal of Finance and Accounting5(2), 32-41.
  8. 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).
  9. 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.
  10. 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.