Ximple ERP Accounting software provides companies with integrated General Ledger, Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable and banking features (all of which are compliant with the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002). These modules are based on a hierarchical approach that maps to management accounting and reporting needs. Companies can navigate from a high-level enterprise-view down to specific accounts and individual transactions.
ERP Accounting System offers a wide range of reports for your business practices. It’s a paperless environment that generates real-time data, keeping you up to date on how your business is doing.
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It offers a tool to plan, organize and control the funds flow to ensure adequate liquidity for the company.
It enables and accounting software for transactions, summarizing them, completing period end activities, posting to General Ledger, extracting key performance reports, and sharing them with the internal and external stakeholders.
Cost accounting involves tasks like setting up cost standards, tracking cost elements, analyzing variances, and reporting the cost information to the internal stakeholders.
The Accounts Payable module is a total payables management system that delivers flexible processing and reporting capabilities to control expenses while providing accurate, meaningful, and rapid reporting. The system offers a powerful Trade Bills tool that allows users to automatically link bills to their corresponding receipts.
Like all modules of Ximple, the AP accounting software module provides extensive inquiry and reporting capabilities that offer detailed and summary information on all payable activity within the organization. With multi-company, multinational and multicurrency support, flexible payment processing, advance tracking, invoice registration and easy external application integration, Ximple’s Accounts Payable is the total payables management solution for any organization.
Ximple’s accounts receivables provide comprehensive debit and credit management for your organization, that is integrated into the rest of the applications. The accounts receivables offer the most comprehensive toolset to manage your company’s assets. It allows the company to increase cash flow and reduce delinquent accounts through timely, accurate information.
The module uses predefined algorithms to help determine whether a payment should automatically be applied to a single item amount, the customer’s last statement balance, current balance or past due balance.
Our wholesale distribution ERP Accounting System – The invoicing module provides an easy and fast way to manage and print customer invoices. It also allows for a quick way to view your employee’s time-sheets and work. Three powerful reporting tools are found within this module:
Generates current, up to the minute customer statements. This can be done for all customers or branches, or for a specific customer or branch.
Generates a customer’s sales report for a specific date range. Reports can be generated to show:
– Specific Product
– Type (quarterly, monthly, weekly or total)
– Include credits
– Show sales, profit or cost
Displays the customer’s up to the minute statement in HTML, PDF and MS Excel format, allowing you to use drill-down capabilities to search the system for the specific transactions displayed on the statement.
In an On-Premise ERP, the Customer manages both ERP Software and the technology infrastructure (Hardware) along with accounting software. This level of control enables the Customer to customize the software to suit their unique accounting processes. This flexibility comes at the cost of managing the unfamiliar terrain of managing the IT infrastructure.
In a Cloud ERP, the ERP Vendor manages Cloud-based ERP, both software and hardware. The Customer can configure the ERP Software to meet their business requirements. There is limited flexibility in customizing the application to meet the unique business processes. In some cases, the Customer will need to modify their business processes to suit the operations supported by ERP.
The main benefits of Cloud ERP are reduction in cost and complexity of managing the IT Infrastructure. Irrespective of Cloud or On-premise ERP, the key is to understand the critical business requirements and ensure that the ERP system that you choose can quickly meet those requirements.
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