Accounting Information System

ABOUT THIS PRODUCT
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An Accounting Information System (AIS) is the collection, storage and processing of financial and accounting data used by internal users to report information to investors, creditors and tax authorities. An Accounting Information System is generally a computer-based method for tracking accounting activity in conjunction with information technology resources.

An Accounting Information System combines traditional accounting practices, such as the Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), with modern information technology resources.

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PRODUCT SOLUTIONS

CASH MANAGEMENT

Cash management module provides information relating to cash flow of the Company, by processing and analyzing all cash and bank transactions, arising out of payment of supplier’s invoices, receipt from sales invoices, stand-alone payment and unallocated payment / receipts.

cash management
GENERAL LEDGER

General ledger module is the central point for accounting information, receiving entries from other modules, such as accounts payable, accounts receivable and payroll modules.

general ledger
CHART OF ACCOUNTS

The Chart of Accounts uses a series of codes to identify assets, income, expenses and equity being tracked by the system by the accounting system.

chart of accounts
POINT OF SALE

The point of sale is the place where a sales transaction takes place.

point of sale
ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE

The accounts receivable module handles the invoicing of customers and processing of customer payments. The accounts receivable module is often used to create bills or invoices to send to customers.

accounts receivable
ACCOUNTS PAYABLE

The Accounts Payable modules tracks money due to vendors, discounts, and payment terms for all invoices.

accounts payable
FINANCIAL STATEMENTS

Corporations uses financial statements to report what's going on: Balance sheets, Cash flow statements and Income statements.

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