ERP MODULEFINANCE AND ACCOUNTS
INTRODUCTION TO FINANCIALMODULE The financial module is the core of many ERP software  systems It can gather financial d...
 takes care of all accounts related entries and their impact on  the whole system. Total flow of money (Cash/Bank) and t...
REPORTS COVERED Trial Balance Trading A/c Profit & Loss A/c Balance Sheet Debtor’s Balance Creditors Balance Cash/B...
FUNCTIONS ACCOUNTING FINANCIAL ERP MODULE provides a fully integrated  accounting module than cover financial accounting...
 KEY POINTS Multi-company, multi-currencies, multi analytic axes, Real-time consolidation of multiple charts of account...
 ANALYTIC ACCOUNTING The analytic accounting is the core of all management modules  of ERP. It is perfectly integrated w...
 KEY POINTS Work with one or multiple analytic plans, Many sub-modules available to integrate best management  practice...
 ASSETS MANAGEMENT For businesses from foundries to pharmaceuticals, tracking a  complex fixed asset inventory becomes r...
 KEY POINTS Different methods of costing, Easy asset management BENEFITS Fully integrated to the financial an analyti...
 BANK INTERFACES ERP support electronic banking and invoicing through  different modules. It allows you to communicate a...
 KEY POINTS Payment preparation system (advances, prioritizes, treasury  management), Automatic reconciliation of entri...
 BUDGETS The ERP finance-budgets module allows you to manage  financial and analytic budgets. one can manage the same b...
 KEY POINTS Workflows on budgets (ex: a budget must be validated before  launching a project), Three different points o...
 PAYMENTS MANAGEMENT KEY POINTS Different roles for encoding payments, approving payments  and sending to bank Manages...
FINANCIAL MODULE INGARMENT INDUSTRY
   Startup   - Select Company   - Change Years   - Financial Years   - User Defined Books   - Setup   - Multicolumn...
   Voucher Entry   - Bank Payment / Bank Receipt   - Cash payment / Cash Receipt   - Contra   - Journal   - Debit No...
 FDBP (Foreign Bills Demand Purchase) - Setup - Purchase - Crystallization - Collection - Realization - Register T...
FUNCTIONS Manages the entire monetary transactions of the company. Maintains the credit/debit sheets for buyers and  sup...
ADVANTAGES All financial data available at hand. Quick response to any query made. Monitors the financial state of the ...
Pre-data required1. Cash  Petty Cash vouchers2. Bank Voucher (cheque book counter foil, pay-inslips, Advises, Demand Draft...
THANK YOU
Erp module(finance and accounts) anand and sameer
Erp module(finance and accounts) anand and sameer
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  1. 1. ERP MODULEFINANCE AND ACCOUNTS
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION TO FINANCIALMODULE The financial module is the core of many ERP software systems It can gather financial data from various functional departments, and generates valuable financial reports Types of reports: general ledger, trail balance, as balance sheet and quarterly financial statements.
  3. 3.  takes care of all accounts related entries and their impact on the whole system. Total flow of money (Cash/Bank) and total expenditures are reflected here. The management is able to take their important financial decision, Budgeting etc. Can come to know about company’s financial position at any point of time
  4. 4. REPORTS COVERED Trial Balance Trading A/c Profit & Loss A/c Balance Sheet Debtor’s Balance Creditors Balance Cash/Bank Fund position
  5. 5. FUNCTIONS ACCOUNTING FINANCIAL ERP MODULE provides a fully integrated accounting module than cover financial accounting, analytic accounting, third party management, taxes management, budgets, assets, etc. Has more than 50 extra modules for specific accounting features: electronic bank transfers, assets management, automatic invoicing, analytic controls, financial indicators, statements management, etc.
  6. 6.  KEY POINTS Multi-company, multi-currencies, multi analytic axes, Real-time consolidation of multiple charts of accounts, Very good ergonomy for fast encoding of entries and invoices, An integrated analytic/cost accounting, Lots of customizables reports BENEFITS Avoid re-encoding everything, all documents are pre- generated, Accountants decisions may have impact on the whole system, Cross reporting with others modules.
  7. 7.  ANALYTIC ACCOUNTING The analytic accounting is the core of all management modules of ERP. It is perfectly integrated with all operations that have a (direct or indirect) cost or revenue. As an example, for services companies, the analytic accounting is used as the financial part of project management. As all tools are integrated, it gives the user a full control and automatisation of his company:• Plannings are integrated with budgets,• Project management is integrated with contracts and affairsmanagmeent, etc.
  8. 8.  KEY POINTS Work with one or multiple analytic plans, Many sub-modules available to integrate best management practices, Nearly all transactions are automated to simplify encodings, etc. BENEFITS Timesheets or tasks are analytic costs on projects, Manufacturing operation reports costs on cost centers, Sales, purchases and invoices are also costs on analytic accounts, Holidays, expenses tracking, etc.
  9. 9.  ASSETS MANAGEMENT For businesses from foundries to pharmaceuticals, tracking a complex fixed asset inventory becomes really easy with ERP. makes one avoid loosing millions of dollars each year in tax overpayment, regulatory non-compliance, and inefficiency. Manages one’s assets easily with ERP. This module is fully integrated to the financial and analytic accounting modules
  10. 10.  KEY POINTS Different methods of costing, Easy asset management BENEFITS Fully integrated to the financial an analytic accouting modules Track changes on asset from any document in ERP
  11. 11.  BANK INTERFACES ERP support electronic banking and invoicing through different modules. It allows you to communicate automatically with banks to send payment orders and receive bank statements automatically. It usually supports CODA (Belgium+Luxemburg), SEPA (New European Standard), BVR/V11/DTA (Switzerland), Check printing (US), EDI (with SAP).
  12. 12.  KEY POINTS Payment preparation system (advances, prioritizes, treasury management), Automatic reconciliation of entries BENEFITS Fully integrated with accounting so that you never have to encode anything, It prepares the propositions of payments according to purchases, sales, invoices, etc. Visibility of payments from any module: CRM, sales management, etc.
  13. 13.  BUDGETS The ERP finance-budgets module allows you to manage financial and analytic budgets. one can manage the same budgets from three different points of views, according to the user role:• Accountant: work on master and consolidated budget• Project manager: work on analytic budgets on his projects• Department manager: get a consolidated view on budgetpositions
  14. 14.  KEY POINTS Workflows on budgets (ex: a budget must be validated before launching a project), Three different points of view on the same budgets Analytic and financial budgets integration Mulitple axes BENEFITS Integrated to purchases, sales, timesheets and expenses notes Analytic budgets are integrated to the project management module
  15. 15.  PAYMENTS MANAGEMENT KEY POINTS Different roles for encoding payments, approving payments and sending to bank Manages one’s treasury accross different bank accounts Multi-Currency management facilities Support electronic bank formats and check printing BENEFITS Fully integrated with the accounting system to avoid double encoding, Import and automatic reconciliation when encoding bank statements.
  16. 16. FINANCIAL MODULE INGARMENT INDUSTRY
  17. 17.  Startup - Select Company - Change Years - Financial Years - User Defined Books - Setup - Multicolumn Setup - Cheque printing Setup Masters - Chart Of Account - Miscellaneous Charges - PO Other Charges Link - Item Master - Budget Allocation - TDS Master - TDS Rates Sale / Purchase Forms - Cheque Book Master - Cost Category - Cost Center - Item Opening Stock
  18. 18.  Voucher Entry - Bank Payment / Bank Receipt - Cash payment / Cash Receipt - Contra - Journal - Debit Note / Credit Note - Credit Expense - Purchase - Purchase Return - Local Sales - Export Sales - Sales Return - TDS Payment - Exchange Rate Gain / Loss wizard - Generate TDS certificate nos. - Closing Stock Export Finance - Packing Credit (PCL) - Setup - Entry - Re-payment / Interest - Quarterly Interest - Register - Forward Booking
  19. 19.  FDBP (Foreign Bills Demand Purchase) - Setup - Purchase - Crystallization - Collection - Realization - Register Tools - Diagnostic Tool - Voucher Mismatch Detection - A/C wise Trial Balance Differences - Style Update Tool - Update Group Balances - Carry Forward Balances - Difference in Matching - Re-Numbering Books
  20. 20. FUNCTIONS Manages the entire monetary transactions of the company. Maintains the credit/debit sheets for buyers and suppliers/vendors. Maintains the accounts and their respective transactions. Maintains salary records and appraisal/incentive databases of the employees. Indicates the progress of the company. All this is important because “BUSINESS IS DONE FOR PROFIT”
  21. 21. ADVANTAGES All financial data available at hand. Quick response to any query made. Monitors the financial state of the company. Indicates priorities for the company. Helpful in determining the budget. Buyer/ Supplier transaction history easily available
  22. 22. Pre-data required1. Cash Petty Cash vouchers2. Bank Voucher (cheque book counter foil, pay-inslips, Advises, Demand Draft (receipt vouchers to mentionInvoice number) (payment vouchers to mention Bill number)3. Debit Credit Note Vouchers4. Journal Voucher5. Purchase Bills (to mention P.O. number)6. Sales invoices (rough)
  23. 23. THANK YOU
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