Accounts Receivable/Payable

This system aims to manage customer’s and suppliers’ data it deals with to facilitate the retrieval and following up various matters such as the receivables cash limit, cheques, grace periods to customers and suppliers, and the personal data of both types. The system aims to manage accounts receivable controls so that it increases sales rates and collection and reduces the rates of stalled receivables.

Main Features

  • Defines the receivable or payable card with adequate data about the client or supplier of personal or commercial data or archives identity documents belonging to the client or supplier.
  • Divides the clients and suppliers to an unlimited number of categories and in the form of levels.
  • Classifies the clients and suppliers to an unlimited number of classifications in terms of importance.
  • Identifies the limit of the client’s and supplier’s cash or cheques with grace periods.
  • Sets the client’s and supplier’s payment mechanism.
  • Manages the calculation mechanism of the age of debt to cash values, cheques, or cheques to be collected.
  • Classifies the clients and suppliers according to the areas to analyze the results and auditing.
  • Connects the clients and suppliers with sales delegates and collectors.
  • Defines a discount policy for each object or group.
  • Determines the price categories for each client on the object level.
  • Follows-up to the debts ages and the dates payments are due.
  • The possibility to stop dealing with any client or supplier.
  • Follows-up amounts due to suppliers and extract their financial statements.
  • Follows-up facility limit granted to clients and what exceeded.
  • Follows-up the customer’s paid and unpaid invoices.
  • Links with accounting, cheques, sales, and warehouses systems.
  • Reminder for the outstanding balances and payments via e-mail or SMS.
  • Smart Screens to analyze business and results.
  • Processing fees paid in advance with the establishment of records automatically.
  • Registers issued cashing orders with the possibility of adoption for recording bills of exchange.
  • Defines receipt sub- bonds books and link them automatically to collectors to prevent tampering or theft.
  • Registers receipt bonds and link them to the reference data that is based upon to facilitate the process of returning to it, it can also be linked to receipt sub-bonds or collectors with the overall comparisons between the received and handed to the representative or collector.
  • Registers receipt and exchange bonds in more than one way to pay cash, checks, or credit cards and transfer records automatically to each payment method of the linked accounts.
  • The possibility of recording sales invoices, bids, purchase orders, and invoices for purchases of the services sector.
  • Comprehensive integration with other financial systems like salaries, assets, and other
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