Managing all the financial details involved in the account and purchasing processes, including all matters concerning local service accounts.
- Keeping track of all customer information, such as phone numbers, addresses, etc.
- Recording areas in a tree form; linking each customer to his area
- Sales analysis of each customer/representative/category/region
- Option to set a security level for each account, so users with lower security level cannot access this account
- A statement of account for the customer/supplier for each branch; separately, or all branches
- A separate statement of account for each currency. Or a statement of account for each currency in the local currency
- Detailed account statement showing billing details (items - discount - addition - tax)
- Full control over the invoice form based on the customer's request, with the option of having more than one form
- Sales cycle/purchase invoices, including offers, sales orders, orders, and deliveries
- Holding items in warehouses for an order or an invoice until they are delivered
- Installments and late payment follow-up
- Controlling selling prices in branches
- Temporary selling policies
- Determining the indebtedness limit and the open checks limit
- To allocate credit and transportation charges for imported goods, import and export enterprises must activate the documentary credits system.
- All installment deal activities, including electrical and automobile showrooms
- Food wholesalers and supermarkets may need an additional POS system
- Internet-connected points of sale (POS) can replace this system
- Businesses that do distribution must turn on the sales cycle to keep track of orders and keep the order active until delivery
Devices and accessories
- Receipt printer
- Barcode reader
- A4 printer