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1C Drive SA. Rise SA Business Solutions

We are launching a game-changing cloud-enabled business management system in South Africa that has transformed and simplified SMMEs worldwide.

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1C Drive SA. Rise SA Business Solutions

  1. 1. 1C: Drive for South Africa Effective Management for Manufacturers
  2. 2. 2  Services  Counterparties  Sales  Production 1C: Drive for SA Powered by 1C: Enterprise 8.3, new platform
  3. 3. 3  Production  Engineering  Construction and revamping  Wholesalers  Supply of goods, products, materials and equipment  Service companies, technical service centers 1C:Drive is Right for You if You are In:  Advertising and design  Transportation  Car services  Publishing  Online shopping  IT  Staff recruitment  Consultancy services  Science and scientific services  1C: Drive is right for you if you want to automate management accounting in a company providing services, operating in trade or production.
  4. 4. 4 Turnkey Integrated Solution for Business Management Automation  One database is used for keeping data on:  Clients and agreements  Bank and cash transactions  Payments to counterparties, personnel, budget  Sales, warehousing, purchases  Retail sales and leased equipment  Accounting and planning of work, services, production  HR management and payroll  Income and expenses, profits and losses, assets  Financial planning (budgeting)  Manager Dashboard and KPI Dashboard PLANNING ANALYSIS CONTROL ACCOUNTING  The software can be used by several entities in a single database.  Accounting is available in any currency, a multi-currency option is also provided.
  5. 5. 5 Key Software Benefits for Owners and Managers  Automation will noticeably benefit within several weeks 1C: Drive is the turnkey solution which can be quickly put into operation. If you change the scale of business, management approach or work arrangement, it can be easily and promptly recustomized at low cost.  One software replaces dozens of spreadsheets, documents and reports on your desktop and in your PC All data is registered and stored in a single database. The software keeps records of everything: all buyers, prices, discounts, orders, obligations and contracts. Master file is also maintained with all user activities for management review.  Decision-making information is available in one click:  Cash flows  Payment schedule  Income and expenses, profits and losses  Accounts receivable and accounts payable  Order states  Work schedules and resource loading  Sales dynamics and analysis and other management reports
  6. 6. 6 Key Software Benefits for Owners and Managers  Powerful capabilities for business planning including financial planning (budgeting), sales planning, staff and resource loading, etc.  Everything is under control as all business processes are controlled by monitoring work schedules, production progress reports, resource loading updates, shipments, deliveries, staff duties and tasks.  Managers and employees start working more efficiently thanks to automation of routine operations that seldom require brain power. Quick and convenient information processing for decision making at different levels. Advanced ergonomic interface ensures easy mastering for beginners and high speed of work for experienced users.  Your knowledge is sufficient to use the software as you do not have to be an expert in bookkeeping or tax accounting.  Information is accessible from any spot of the Earth via Internet.
  7. 7. 7 Powered by 1C: Enterprise 8.3  1C:Drive is based on 1С: Enterprise 8 platform which ensures  High flexibility  Adjustability  Scalability  Efficiency  Ergonomics of applications  Operation in thin client and web client modes  User access via Internet including low-speed lines  1С: Enterprise 8 platform supports various DBMS such as file mode, Microsoft SQL Server, PostgreSQL, IBM DB2, Oracle Database  1C: Enterprise 8 supports open software for server and database operation
  8. 8. 8 1C:Drive Can be Quickly Put into Operation  The "quick launch" is ensured by the following:  The app is not overloaded by unnecessary options, it has all that is required for accounting, control, analysis and planning in small and medium businesses.  The Quick Start wizard will help to start operating immediately: you will have to make only five steps to enter company information and five steps to enter balances for main items of accounting.  You will not have to stop the operations of your company to enter the information into the app - the catalogs are filled out automatically with spreadsheet data.  The app is easily adapted to specific features of the company management and accounting system by selecting check boxes in user mode. For example, if a company plans to perform retail business or financial planning (budgeting), then the corresponding functions can be simply enabled by a single click.  To use the software, you do not have to be an expert in bookkeeping and/or tax accounting.
  10. 10. 10 Cash  Accounting  Accounting of cash on hand and on accounts.  Draw up documents – bank orders, cash orders, expense reports, payrolls, etc.  Use a single window with conventional interface to manage all your bank accounts.  Control  Manage balance of cash on hand and on accounts.  Analysis  Analyze cash flow divided by sources and expenses.  Planning  Payment schedule provides operative planning of cash receipt and payout, supports payment prioritizing process.  Cash flow budgeting provides information on the total cash demand and efficiency of cash use.
  11. 11. 11 Settlements  Accounting  Accounting of settlements with buyers and customers, suppliers and subcontractors, budget, personnel, advance holders and other counterparties.  Control  Control debts, advances from buyers and customers, suppliers and subcontractors, budget, staff, advance holders.  Analysis  Analyze debt structure and due dates - total debts, overdue debts and debts divided by due dates.  Planning  Plan payments to be received from buyers and customers and payments to be done to suppliers and subcontractors.
  12. 12. 12 Sales  Accounting  Keep a database of clients, contracts, contact persons, events, etc.  Register customer orders and work orders  Consolidation of orders into projects  Register and keep lists of products and services  Keep price lists  Accounting of discounts and markups  Accounting of sales – from warehouses and order-based sales, credit-based and pre- payment-based sales, commission sales of goods, product transfer to agents for sale, sales divided by customers  Retail sales and equipment leased  Draw up documents – bills, consignments, invoices, etc.  Reserve goods for customer orders  Control  Control customer order supply  Control sales plan fulfillment by departments, sales managers and products.  Track fulfillment of shipment schedules based on customer orders.  Analysis  Analyze sales divided by customers, orders, goods, departments, and sales managers.  Sales plan-fact analysis.  Planning  Sales planning – by quantity (physical) and by value for entire company and its departments.  Sales planning for certain product items.  Generate product shipment schedules.  Plan sales income – to be used for profit and loss budgeting.
  13. 13. 13 Services  Accounting  Keep a database of clients, contracts, contact persons, events, etc.  Accounting of discounts and markups.  Keep price lists.  Register customer orders and work orders.  Accounting of rendered services.  Create jobs for employees for services to be rendered.  Register time spent on rendering services.  Control  Track job completion by employees.  Detect deviations from planned schedules.  Analysis  Analyze rendered services divided by customers, orders.  Planning  Generate service schedules.  Create jobs for employees for services to be rendered.  Plan company resource loading.
  14. 14. 14 Work  Accounting  Keep a database of customers, contracts, contact persons, events, etc.  Accounting of various discounts and markups.  Keep price lists.  Register customer orders and work orders.  Create jobs for employees for work execution.  Register time spent on the work execution.  Accounting of direct and indirect costs of work execution divided by costs.  Calculate actual work cost.  Control  Track job completion by employees.  Detect deviations from planned schedules.  Analysis  Analyze performed work divided by customers, orders.  Planning  Generate work schedules.  Create jobs for employees for work execution.  Plan company resource loading.
  15. 15. 15 Production  Accounting  Accounting of production according to the “from warehouses" or “order-based“ model.  Keep production specifications – bills of materials and technological operations.  Register production orders, products and semi- finished products.  Transfer products and semi-finished products between departments within one production cycle.  Transfer products and semi-finished products to warehouse for further sale or storage.  Accounting of direct and indirect costs for manufacturing of products and semi-finished products divided by costs.  Calculate actual cost of products and semi- finished products.  Control  Control material demand.  Control job sheet completion by employees.  Analysis  Analyze production order fulfillment.  Job sheet fulfillment analysis.  Planning  Generate goods production schedules.  Generate production orders.  Generate job sheets for employees.  Calculate inventory demands.  Plan direct and indirect costs.  Plan company resource loading.
  16. 16. 16 Inventory and Purchasing  Control  Control stock balance.  Control unsupplied demands in goods and materials.  Track order fulfillment by suppliers (open purchase orders).  Control inventory received from third-party companies.  Control inventory transferred to third-party companies.  Analysis  Analyze order fulfillment by suppliers.  Analyze purchases by suppliers, orders, products and services.  Planning  Calculate inventory demands.  Generate delivery schedules.  Reserve inventory for orders, production and purchase orders.  Accounting  Accounting of company inventory in various measurement units divided by storage places, characteristics and batches.  Keep a database of suppliers, contracts, contact persons, events, etc.  Register purchase orders.  Accounting of purchases divided by suppliers, orders, product s and services, etc.  Draw up documents – issue slips, supplier invoices, movement, physical inventory, etc.  Accounting of inventory received in different ways - purchase, including purchases by advance holders, receipt for sale, processing, safe custody.  Calculate inventory writing-off cost using FIFO and average costs methods.  Accounting of extra purchasing expenses – delivery, unloading, storage, etc.
  17. 17. 17 HR Management and Payroll  Accounting  Calculate top management salary.  Accounting for types of accruals and retentions.  Record working time (time sheet).  Payroll accounting for time-rate and piece-rate systems of labor payment.  Job sheet registration.  Adjust algorithms (formulas) for calculating accruals and retentions using accounting data (for example, sales volumes), making payroll records for payment of salaries and advances.  Staff records - hiring, appointments, dismissal, including part-time employees.  Keep records on staff and work conditions.  Appoint job orders.  Control  Control settlements with staff.  Control job completion.  Job sheet control.  Analysis  Analyze job completion.  Analyze time spent by employees to perform their work.  Analyze job sheet completion.  Plan-fact analysis of staff work.  Planning  Create staff lists.  Plan staff loading.  Plan salary costs. 1С: Drive is only for top management payroll accounting.
  18. 18. 18 Assets  Accounting  Accounting of purchasing fixed and intangible assets and other types of their acquisition.  Accounting of assets retirement as a result of sale or liquidation.  Accrue depreciation.  Refer depreciation to expenses or costs.  Control  Carry out physical inventory.  Control availability, cost, and depreciation of assets.  Planning  Plan capital investments.
  19. 19. 19 Income and Expenses, Profits and Losses  Accounting  Accounting of income and expenses – by business activities, orders, departments, incomes, and expenses.  Accounting of overhead costs and costs of sales by expenses, orders, business activities, and departments.  Calculate actual cost of goods sold and work performed, distribute indirect costs.  Control  Profit and loss statement (financial result).  Analysis  Financial result analysis by business activities, subdivisions, customer orders.  Planning  Plan income, expenses, financial results of activities.  Plan direct and indirect costs.  Income and expenses budgeting.
  20. 20. 20 Executive Balance Sheet  With 1C:Drive, you can create a balance sheet which includes the following information:  Company financial status  Company assets and obligations  Company capital
  21. 21. 21 Manager Dashboard  Manager dashboard  Balance of cash at bank and cash on hand.  Accounts receivable – total, overdue and by due dates.  Accounts payable – total, overdue and by due dates.  Income and expenses.  Amount of pending customer orders and purchase orders.  Amount of company sales, quantity of sold goods and rendered services over the last month.  With report sets Manager Dashboard and KPI Dashboard, you can get the most important information on the key company activities and timely identify growth points or negative trends.
  22. 22. 22 KPI Dashboards  1C:Drive includes four dashboards: Key performance indices dashboard, Cash assets dashboard, Accounts receivable dashboard and Accounts payable dashboard.  Key performance indices  This dashboard includes the following indicators: income, costs, gross earnings, expenses and profit by month during the last year.  Cash assets  This dashboard provides information on cash balance and cash flow by items over a given period.  Accounts receivable  Detailed information on balance and dynamics of account receivable over a given period of time, including overdue debts and debts by due dates.  Accounts payable  This dashboard provides detailed information on balance and dynamics of accounts payable over a given period of time, including overdue debts and debts by due dates.
  23. 23. 23 Financial Planning (Budgeting)  With 1C:Drive , you can:  Draw up cash flow budget for getting information on total required cash and its efficient use.  Plan direct and indirect costs.  Plan income, expenses, financial result and financial state of the company.  Financial plan includes the following:  Initial balance for a planned period  Direct costs budget  Indirect costs budget  Cash flow budget  Income and expenses budget  Other planned operations  Based on entered planning data, three main budgets are drawn up: cash flow budget, income and expenses budget and budgeted statement of financial state.  Financial planning allows you to record financial goals of the company and effectively use resources to achieve these goals.
  24. 24. 24 Data Exchange with Websites (Online Stores)  Create and maintain a common database of orders regardless of their sources (website orders, orders placed in a shop, by phone or e-mail and other).  Display only current information on product availability and prices on the website.  Ensure convenient data transfer between the website and the accounting system. Online store 1C: Drive information on goods, orders, customers
  25. 25. 25 Exchange of Legal E-documents  Using electronic exchange of invoices and other documents with clients and suppliers, you can significantly reduce expenses on delivery, post, consumables, and storage keeping.  Create, sign, and send an electronic document in one click  In 1C:Drive, incoming documents are generated automatically based on electronic documents – all you need to do is to post them Electronic document exchange Seller Buyer Prepare a document in accounting system Digitally sign a document and send it using a third-party software Document is transferred by the provider of electronic document exchange Download received electronic documents using a third- party software Create and fill in the document in accounting system Check and post
  27. 27. 27 Additional Information  Website  Online Demo -