Accounting software systems
Accounts systems today provide true interaction between many departments, using single entries to update multiple accounts records or modules, providing their users with the ability to drill down from an account to see the detailed invoicing information and even pre-sales information from CRM applications. Multi-company, multi-currency systems are now common place. The variety and complexity of accounting systems can be daunting for purchasers, requiring a detailed understanding of your requirements and a thorough evaluation of potential suppliers.
Specialist accounting software systems are available for particular industry sectors, like construction, where there are accounting requirements peculiar to that industry. Project accounting solutions are commonly used within organisations where clients are billed according to the time and resources allocated to each particular project.
Accounting Software Blog
Pegasus Software has announced that Class Fundraising, a provider of personalised products such as cards, tea towels, mugs and bags for schools, has deployed Opera 3 with Financials, Credit Management and XRL Reporting. Working with IT consultancy Monpellier, Class...read more
By Matthew Jones, CEO of Open ECX... The Specialist Engineering Contractors’ (SEC) Group is calling on the Government to solve the UK construction industry’s long-standing and crippling payments problem, labelling the current cashflow position as “critical”. In a...read more
This from Xperience Group tells you how... Missing receipts, delayed processing and reporting, long paper-trails. Are these familiar bug-bears when it comes to expenses management in Microsoft Dynamics NAV? If the answer is yes, then you’re not alone. For many...read more
There is a lot of discussion in the industry relating to construction financial management and the construction payment process. Here, Open ECX try to answer some key questions… The UK construction industry is notoriously challenged by delayed and late B2B payments....read more
From 6th April 2017, the Government is making it compulsory for large businesses to report on their payment practices, policies and performance in an effort to achieve the following objectives: Increase transparency and public scrutiny of large businesses’ payment...read more
Osborne has, as part of their commitment to industry best practice, moved to significantly strengthen supply chain relationships through the adoption of a quick and simple to use payment processing service. The leading construction, civil engineering and property...read more