Excel3 ERP’s web-based Finance and Accounting software has everything you need, fully integrated into one complete system. The system deals with all formats for incoming and outgoing receipts, and all functions are fully integrated; from scanning, EHF, receipt, authentication, invoicing, banking, accounting and ledgers to reporting, with drill down to receipt level.
Excel3 ERP allows you to adjust receipt and work flow, customized to your business needs. Customers and accountants work in a single system, so you can take care of those tasks, linked to accounts and receipt flow, which are appropriate for you to resolve yourself. Of course, external accountants and auditors have free user access to the system.
Automation. Define our Workflow
The idea behind Excel3 ERP’s accounting software is, in brief, to make the incoming and outgoing receipt flow as simple and automated as possible. One business is not the same as another, and companies can customize their work flow and adapt procedures to their everyday needs. The system is also suitable for integration with other systems, so that unnecessary manual processes can be replaced with automated runs.
Inbound receipts. Go Digital
The invoice receipt module in Excel3 ERP handles and reads all invoice formats from electronic invoice to scanned invoices in PDF and JPG format. By entering a few settings for the supplier in the CRM system, both registration and entry of receipts into the accounts can proceed automatically. You can also link receipts and expenses from the recipient, for example by project and department.
In order that incoming receipts are processed as efficiently as possible, we usually recommend the following to our customers:.
The advantages of all three points mentioned above is that everything flows continuously straight to the recipient in the accounting system, without any unnecessary intermediaries or risk of manual errors on the recipient side. You thereby avoid problems such as slow processing of invoices and unnecessary reminders and fees. At the same time, this facilitates continuously updated accounting, where the Chief Financial Officer has full control over costs and payments, as well as reliable and correct data for management purposes.