Finances and accounting module

Efficient support to financial and accounting processes in the company is provided by a set of several software modules, which are the solid foundation of the entire information system IS21,and into which data from all other modules flows. The excellent design of the accounting modules enables quick access to all data in the system and the easy production of reports, such asbalance sheets, profit and loss statements and the like.

IS21 - General ledger with customer and supplier balances

  • capture,overview,correction and printout of journals
  • confirmation and recording of journals
  • management of income and costs by cost centres, projects
  • preparation of a journal of the proposal to close accounts 4 and7
  • connection with auxiliary accounts: receipt, overview and recording of transferred journals, which are generated in the other software modules
  • printouts and overviews of accounting journal, entered and recorded documents, payables account analysis for cost centre, average balance on accounts by individual months
  • printout and overview of trial balance by classes, groups, synthetic and analytic accounts for a specific period
  • annual transfer of balance by accounts, and open items by partners, into opening balances
  • profit and loss account and balance sheet
  • updating master data of partners, accounts, symbols, exchange rates, organisational units, cost centres
  • automated transfer of payment transactions from the APP extract or commercial banks
  • Possibility of subsequent closure of items, possibility of partial closure at the time of entry, and the possibility of partial closure at the subsequent closure of items
  • possibility of opening incorrectly closed items
  • an inspection of tie-ins during a review of account cards, bookings and open items
  • printout and overview of open items for all partners and individually, all due receivables/liabilities
  • printout of open items on an optional date, printout of accounting journal by date of validity or by accounting date

IS21 - Capture of received invoices and liquidation of invoices

  • capture of received invoices, determination of signatories
  • preparation of payment orders of verified/approved received invoices
  • entry of payment order
  • entry of data on the basis of the order from the supplier, and on the basis of receipt of order
  • checking of final amount of invoice with itemisation
  • account allocation for received invoices, contra account assignment by positions
  • base documents of individual received invoices and summary reports by accounts for the general ledger
  • overview of received invoices by status, supplier, dates
  • electronic transfer of transfer orders to APP or commercial banks, transfer of collected transfer orders, printout of control of submitted transfer orders, summary order for transfer (form 47) and routing slip
  • automatic transfer of journal to the general ledger and supplier balances
  • continuous updating of the last cost price in the price list
  • books of received invoices by VAT requirements
  • overviews and printouts of received invoices by various criteria

IS21 - Value added tax return with books of received and issued invoices

  • books of received invoices (materialsand services,prepayment invoices,internal invoices, import...)
  • books of issued invoices (materialsand services,prepayment invoices,internal invoices, export...)
  • tax return and printout of the copy for the tax authority

IS21 - Cash operations

  • entry,overview and printout of receipt and disbursement
  • production and printout of cash journal and preparation of underlying document for general ledger
  • printout of copy of cash-in-hand disbursement and receipt
  • accounts card by receipts and expenses
  • overview by document number
  • report and recording of journal in the general ledger and balances
  • entry of cheque payments with the possibility of entering cash-in date, printout of the cash-in order, keeping bank records

IS21 - Fixed assets

  • registerof fixed assets
  • monitoring history of changes in fixed assets
  • rearrangement of basic asset, increase/decrease of acquisition value, extension of service life, change of depreciation group, percentage decrease of value (purchase, written-off, carrying amount) of fixed asset
  • exclusion (liquidation) and disposal (sale) of fixed assets
  • possibility of insight into data upon any change
  • register of business documents upon change
  • register of insurances with insurance policies
  • allocation by cost centre in the event that the costs of the fixed asset are divided between several cost centres
  • insight into data from statements of accounts
  • analytical records of fixed assets with the data for depreciation and revaluation statement of account
  • account statement of fixed assets
  • final annual depreciation and revaluation statement of account(of active assets,eliminated assets)
  • monthly depreciation and revaluation statement of account
  • annual depreciation budget
  • attributions and preparation of journals
  • inventory lists by cost centres, locations, debts
  • preparation of inventory with bar code readers
  • overviews and printouts of changes to fixed assets, statements of accounts by cost centres, accounts, depreciation groups, locations and other data in the register
  • fixed asset accounts card for a specific period