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Accounts Management

Accounts Management in eresource etrade ERP gathers financial data from various functional departments and generates valuable financial report such as balance sheet, trial balance, general ledgers, quarterly financial reports, account statement, gross profit analysis, cost center wise analysis, branch wise profit analysis, profitability report, asset and depreciation management, tax management and many more. With this module, financial manager as well as other authorities can review the financial position of the company in real time and assist in better decision-making and strategic planning.

Account Receivable

This section helps invoice generation quick, easy and accurate. Invoices may be created with an unlimited number of line items for finished goods, raw materials or miscellaneous items such as tool repair. Once an invoice has been generated extensive reporting and analysis tools allows users to track the payment history of each invoice as it proceeds through the accounting process.

Account Payable

The Account Payable section maintains vendor invoices and payments, prints checks and provides detailed invoice and payment history. Multiple reports assist you in maintaining a cash flow analysis for your business.

Balance Sheet

The balance sheet presents a company's financial position at the end of a specified date. You can also describe the balance sheet as a "snapshot" of the company's financial position at a point in time.

Trial Balance

While the general ledger displays transactions for an account, a trial balance will show one amount (either debit or credit) for each account. The aim of the trial balance is to prove that the total of all debit balances is equal to the total of all credit balances.

MIS Report

Management information system (MIS) is used for generating reports including inventory status reports, financial statements, performance reports etc. These reports are essential for analyzing different aspects of business. These reports also help to answer 'what-if' questions like what would be the effect on cash flows if the credit term is changed for customers, etc.