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This is the base system that allows more growth and flexibility in your software. Once the Accounting is in place, you may implement module by module, at your own pace, until you have a total Enterprise system which reflects the nature of your business. As you grow you may select to increase the capabilities of your system to account for Distribution and/or a full Manufacturing system along with a full complement of additional features unique to your environment.
ODBC, Graphical printing, Product Configuration, Multiple Currencies, and many more are available. Your chart of accounts, vendors, customers, inventory items and other master files are all maintained here.
This complete open item payable system provides cash management, terms handling, unlimited expense allocation, discount control, check printing, check reconciliation and 1099’s.
The difference between business success and failure can often be measured by the ability to collect receivables. When this module is integrated with Order Entry and Billing, our clients find fewer problems collecting their money, faster collections and fewer disputes over charges.
The General Ledger is the focus of your accounting system. It handles journal entries, accepts transactions posted from other modules and provides reliable, flexible financial reporting.
You can send instant (text) messages to any user that is logged on to the system.
The messages are logged, and can be reviewed by the system manager, to see if the recipient read the message and when.
Useful when you wish to inform other users about processing activities that would require them to not use the system, or module. Such as daily or month end closings.
How much can MyteMyke Accounting save your business in 2012? ...and 2013? ...and 2014?