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Accounts Receivable

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  • 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.