Petty Cash Management - Introduction to the Petty Cash Management Module
Petty Cash Management Introduction to the Petty Cash Management Module
Introduction This presentation will introduce you to the Petty Cash Management module of the Cash Management System. Goals: to help you gain and maintain control and visibility of your cash using simple processes and easy-to-use yet fully-featured software. Guidance: the combination of the software application and its related business processes gives managers and custodians the guidance they need to easily maintain control over the petty cash account with minimal effort and time. Simplification: the Petty Cash Management module simplifies the daily and monthly tasks required to manage the petty cash account and provides instant visibility into how your petty cash is being spent.
Capabilities Create and manage transaction logs (which contain the daily transactions). Create and manage daily transactions. Create monthly reconciliations. Run reports: ◦ Reconciliation Reports (including detailed transactions) ◦ Transaction Logs (including detailed transactions) ◦ Transaction Vouchers
Features Enforces your business rules. Provides a choice of direct or wizard-driven data entry. Automatic calculation of the reconciliation and cash to replenish (only one data entry field required). Intuitive and easy to understand user interface. Full transaction management including create, edit, save, reverse, duplicate, move, and delete. Search transactions on every transaction field. Link to petty cash documents such as vouchers and receipts. Complete conceptual and step-by-step guides are included.
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The Library Contains Conceptual & Step-By-Step Guides
Petty Cash Management Guides Introductions ◦ Introduction to Petty Cash ◦ Introduction to the Petty Cash Management Module Deep Dives ◦ Module Navigation ◦ How to Record Transactions ◦ How to Manage Logs and Transactions ◦ How to Perform a Reconciliation ◦ The Guide to Viewing and Understanding Reports Library Home