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General Ledger

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  • Chart of Accounts that accommodates up to ten levels of accounts.
  • Chart of Cost centers directory to provide the possibility for analysis and posting of the recorded entries to a specific cost center.
  • Record Payment vouchers, receipts, and journal entries, as well as print it, and post it to the general ledger and account endings.
  • Extracting of analytical statements of accounts, and reports on account balances for any period.
  • Analytical reports for a cost center or multiple centers.
  • Extracting trial balance and financial statements (income statement and balance sheet) for any period.


  • Each item has a record which contains the item name, unit, packaging, sale prices, and more.
  • The possibility of opening a large number of stores.
  • Record inventory transactions of all types which include: Purchase orders, Purchase returns, Cash and credit sales, Sales returns, Quotations, Issues to cost centers and transfers and stock reservations.
  • Recording of reordering limit and the subsequent reports.
  • Recording of actual stock and comparing it to documented stock.
  • Detailed reports of item transactions show every type of transaction, in a separate column and ordered by the recorded date of transaction.
  • Reports on items stock, with control over the report content by adding the required columns.
  • Control over the date of expiry of the items.
  • Report for the issued items to a cost center during a period.
  • Print barcode labels for items from the software and deal with points of sale.

Accounts Receivable

  • Record full information of the customer (number, name, address, official, credit limit, collection period and sales representative, etc.).
  • Recording customer transactions like collection, allowed discount, debit and credit adjustments and Sales returns.
  • Pay the bills and record the date of collection for the reports of paid and unpaid invoices and age of debts.
  • Extracting account statement for the client showing the detailed transactions and balance.
  • Client transactions Summary Report that shows the total sales, total sales returns, allowed discount, debit and credit adjustments.
  • Representative transactions Summary shows the gross sales, total sales returns, discount allowed and debit and credit adjustments.

Accounts Payable

  • Record full information of the supplier.
  • Recording supplier transactions of payment, acquired discounts, debit and credit adjustments, returned purchases
  • Extracting a statement of account for the supplier for any period.
  • Pay the bills and record the date of collection for the reports of paid and unpaid invoices and age of debts.
  • Supplier transactions Summary Report that shows the gross purchases, purchases returns, acquired discount, debit and credit adjustments.

Human Resources and Payroll

  • Enter and retrieve all the information of the employee within several reports with the ability of sorting, indexing and different forms of search.
  • User-defined salary items to the user according to the nature of activity and working conditions.
  • Define the relationship between salary items, like defining a specific item as a set of (or a percentage of) other items.
  • Generate the salaries of workers in the shape of forms (Slip) , or in the form of payroll or in the form of a collective table grouped by departments.
  • Generate a report for the historical data of salaries grouped by department or by the items of salary and any prior period.
  • Record staff leaves and its types, and measure the employee’s credit of leaves.

Fixed Assets

  • Recording and retrieving all information about the asset (the asset type, number, description, specifications, book value, place of asset, accumulated depreciation, the rate of depreciation, the date of purchase, etc.).
  • Addition and exclusion of assets during the year.
  • Extracting depreciation reports for any period of the year whether for a particular type of assets or all types or a single asset.