A full ERP system designed by LCI Solutions.
BIZVIEWS is designed for small to medium companies that want a software product with a wealth of features but do not want to spend an exorbitant price for software.
BIZVIEWS is extremely flexible and can be used in most product oriented companies.
The SET-UP module provides the means to make the software customized to your look and feel. This includes putting your logo on most forms.
The Sales Module is designed to handle order taking with ease. ‘Templates’ allows you to quickly add sets of items onto the order. ‘Features and Options’ allow you the ability to customize an item for sale.
Inventory and Purchasing modules are designed to automate these functions as much as practical and provide the level of inventory control that you require.
The RENTAL module is used for those companies that rent products to their customers. It includes the ability to schedule drivers.
The program includes a complete accounting module which includes accounts payable, receivable, general ledger and bank account management. There is even a commissions module included.
QUICKBOOKS LINK is a new module added for those customers that want to retain their present use of QuickBooks and want to link to it for invoices, purchase orders, etc.
The Payables application is part of an integrated purchasing-inventory system. It is used to add, maintain, and control payable invoices. This application is designed to allow on-line, real-time entry of inventory and expenses, and supports multiple General Ledger account distributions for each invoice. Audit trail reports document all payable activity from the time the invoice is entered through selection of payment, actual payment and reconciliation.
The Accounts Receivable program manages money (‘receivables’) coming into your business. The program processes payments, logs all amounts and activities, and produces Monthly Statement, Aging, and other reports. Credit for customers can be established and maintained within this module.
The General Ledger enables you to keep the books for your company. It consists, primarily, of a chart of accounts that provide the financial structure upon which your business transactions are categorized. Journal entries of transactions from various modules are posted to the general ledger and the books are kept in balance by means of double-entry bookkeeping.
The General Ledger allows you to print a variety of reports to determine changes in the financial position of your company throughout the year. Among these reports are general ledger listings of balances and activities, trial balances, income statements, and balance sheets.
The Inventory Module (also known as the Materials Desk) is part of the foundation upon which BizViews is built. Inventory is an asset to a company, and as such, needs to be maintained and controlled. Too much inventory can be a drain on a company’s resources and too little inventory could result in missed shipments and unhappy customers.
Point of Sale has most of the features of the Sales Order screen except that it allows even quicker, more simplified entry of items and rapid processing of orders. The features listed are additional to the Sales Order screen.
The BizViews Purchasing Module helps you to better control the purchasing process. By providing on-line real-time access to inventory and accounts receivable data, BizViews will assist you in managing your corporate assets and making intelligent, informed purchasing decisions. Take control of the purchasing process and improve vendor relationships with BizViews Purchasing Module.
QUICKBOOKS LINK. For those that choose to retain Quickbooks as their accounting system, this link allows the transference of data between the applications. It is also used to transfer customers and invoice history to Bizviews.
Shipping is the physical act of completing a sales order and transferring product from your company warehouse to that of your customer. The invoice reflects this transaction on paper. The shipping screen is designed to make the shipping process as simple as possible.
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