Chances are, as your business grows, your financial record keeping has become increasingly complicated beyond what a manual accounting general ledger or DOS-based accounting program can handle. Staying in touch with current inventories and accessing older databases can require complex acrobatics that consume valuable time and resources. The accounting General Ledger module for the Sage MAS 90 and Sage MAS 200 ERP system is a foundation for your accounting system developed on today’s technology. Because Sage MAS 90 and 200 is an industry standard, you can count on complete service and support. Whether your organization is just starting out or growing to new capacities, you need a flexible accounting general ledger application and package suited to meet your business needs and free your mind to focus your attention where it’s needed most — your business.
The Accounts Payable module for Sage MAS 90 and Sage MAS 200 ERP systems provides a comprehensive solution for managing your expenditures. Beyond recording transactions and obligations to vendors and creditors, Accounts Payable offers flexible cash disbursement and check writing capabilities, and takes advantage of discounts offered for invoices paid by the discount due date. The informative financial reports, including payables aging and future cash requirements, provide valuable business insights for decision-making.
The Accounts Receivable module for the Sage MAS 90 or Sage MAS 200 ERP system quickly and easily accumulates and presents the information you need for effective cash flow management in an intuitive format. Its straightforward implementation and ease of use streamlines daily accounts receivable activities for optimum efficiency. And the flexible design allows you to turn views and options on or off, to suit your requirements.
Accounts Receivable tracks receivables, plans cash flow, and provides extensive information and reporting features to give you vital cash flow management insights that help to plan for the future. The powerful invoicing function lets you prepare invoices and billings, from within the system, and automatically prepares customer statements on demand.
Your monthly reconciliation process can be tedious. You sort checks, account for deposits, and balance your bank statement against your account register. If only it ended there; however, there are often discrepancies. This initiates an aggravating and time-consuming search for the differences before you can reconcile and file your statements. Then it all begins again.
The Bank Reconciliation module for Sage MAS 90 and Sage MAS 200 ERP systems helps you automate and simplify your monthly reconciliation process. You can detect unrecorded transactions between books and banks, locate the errors and differences, record the corrections, and reconcile your books to the bank statements — all in an easy-to-use solution that is simple to implement.
One of the most time-consuming and tedious tasks of running a business is payroll preparation. The Payroll module for Sage MAS 90 and Sage MAS 200 ERP systems makes in-house payroll preparation easy for you with the ability to process it at a fraction of the cost and time that a manual payroll system or outside service bureau might require. In addition, the reporting capability provides high-level, insightful business data regarding employee deployment and costs — enhancing your ability to make timely business decisions.
Employing the familiar, easy-to-use Windows graphical format, the Payroll module applies earnings and deductions, automatically calculates employee and employer payroll taxes, and prints checks and vouchers complete with year-to-date earnings and tax information. All current federal and state tax tables are included with the Payroll module and city or local taxes can be easily entered.
More than an automated time card system, the TimeCard module for Sage MAS 90 and Sage MAS 200 ERP systems is a powerful and flexible addition to the Payroll and Job Cost modules. Enter your employees’ time card data on any schedule you desire (daily, weekly, and more) without affecting the payroll data entry files, and hold this information until you are ready to run your next payroll. When you are ready to run your payroll for the pay period, the entries are automatically transferred to Payroll Data Entry from TimeCard.
You can even give an employee a raise in the middle of a pay period without issue. TimeCard stamps each entry with the employee’s current pay rate and maintains the old rate for existing entries, then applies the new rate to the next entry.
Need to send an account status e-mail to a customer? Crystal Reports® is the tool to use. Need to provide an end-of-quarter balance sheet to your stockholders? The financials in Sage MAS 90 or Sage MAS 200 ERP can handle it. Need a quick report to indicate how close you are to meeting your sales goals? Business Insights Reporter can provide it.
Whether it’s quick status information or a presentation-quality report, Sage MAS 90 and 200 have the reporting tools that you need. Providing multiple levels of standard and custom reports, the application can give you virtually any report you need to run your business.
Credit Card Processing
Compliant with Visa and MasterCard ECI regulations, the Credit Card Processing module is powered by PCCharge Payment Server, an open architecture system designed to integrate electronic credit card transaction processing into your existing Sage MAS 90 or Sage MAS 200 ERP, distribution, and accounting system. Whether you’re a small wholesaler, a midsized distributor, or a large Internet Service Provider of e-commerce and virtual shopping services, this robust engine is the ideal solution for automated payment processing.
The PCCharge Payment Server integrates into Sage MAS 90 or 200, enabling you to accept credit card payments through the Sales Order and Accounts Receivable modules, as well as the .store and .order e-Business Manager applets. This lucrative module allows you to authorize and process credit card payments directly from within Sage MAS 90 or 200 applications. It captures all transactional information, such as authorization codes, and stores it within the appropriate application database for historical and reconciliation purposes.