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Financial Management

Accounts Receivable helps manage the entire receivables process including payment terms, credit limits, payment history, dunning letters, service charges, disputed invoice designation, invoice history and a wealth of reports that alert you to credit problems early.

Accounts Payable allows users to enter invoices for trade payables from the Purchase Order system or directly through Accounts Payable. It manages payment terms, discounts, generates checks and maintains vendor history providing tight control over your cash position.

General Ledger provides flexible account definition and profit definition as well as direct journal entries, recurring entries, reversing entries, allocations, budgeting, financial statements and interface transactions. You can receive data directly from other components, ensuring consistent and accurate entries.

Payroll maintains and tracks employee data, manages check writing functions and provides extensive reporting for governmental and tax purposes.