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AccoSys Accounts is an integrated accounts system especially designed for small business. It models your business in a single system, managing purchases and sales from quotation to delivery or despatch. With commodity-level and batch/serial-number-level stock control it can even track goods at serial number level from purchase delivery/invoice/payment to sales order/invoice/payment/ despatch.

Full details of your customers, suppliers and your commodities (goods and services) are maintained and an extensive set of reports give you the financial and other information you need.
AccoSys also supports multiple currency (including the Euro) and multi-national VAT rates.

Think of AccoSys Accounts as comprising several sections:
Details of the Startup, the Organisations Detail, the Commodities Detail and the Transactions Detail Screens are shown here. Summaries of each section are shown below. Scroll down to Return.

1. Your Business Structure
Cost Centres    divisions of your business accounted for profit and loss
Departments    accounting headings with summed financial activity.

2. Your trading partners (Organisations)
Businesses, Institutions and individuals with whom you trade, buy, sell, or pay as Suppliers, Customers or in other (eg User-defined) roles.

3. Your Products, Goods and Services (Commodities)
Material, product, service, commodity or financial obligation which you buy, sell, service or use. AccoSys manages and tracks commodity purchase & sale at batch or serial number level, and monitors stock.

4. Your Business Dealings (Transactions)
Ledger-based records of all:
     - sales quotations orders invoices payments despatches credits refunds
     - purchase orders invoices payments deliveries credits refunds
     - nominal/departmental payments
     - non-financial events (e.g. reports can be written in the system)
     - assets (in conjunction with the Balance Sheet function) activities of your business.

5. Your Reports
AccoSys produces business and financial reports, which are also useful as a record of much of your business information. For example:
     Lists of Supplier/Customer (and other) Organisations
     Lists of Commodities, their supplier prices, and batch labels
     Activity in Organisation and Commodity accounts
     Ledger prints of Sales, Purchases, non-financial Events,
     Nominal/Departmental transactions
     Batch Labels, Batch Sales and Batch Stock lists
     Profit and Loss Statements
     VAT Inputs and Outputs
     Balance Sheet

AccoSys Accounts is exceptionally flexible. A system of user-defined codes and attributes maintains pull-down listboxes with all kinds of data item options such as ledger & transaction types, transaction statusses, organisation roles, address types, department categories, international VAT rates & VAT territories, international currencies, depreciation codes. There is a rich range of codes on installation: only in exceptional cases need extras be added, but flexibility is there for when your use of the system expands.
Contact using the email address above to enquire about or purchase AccoSys Accounts.  

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AccoSys Accounts is available for one-PC one-user (SU), and for Networked Multi-users (MU).
MU licences are issued in groups of four. 
SU licences cost is £50.00.

To download and purchase a licence, click on the link on the Left.
NOTE: Running more than eight simultaneous user sessions on Microsoft Access is likely to degrade performance significantly.
AccoSys Accounts runs on all versions of Microsoft® Windows® from XP to Win10 and requires Microsoft® Access® 2003 or above.

NOTE: If running on Access 2007+ please be sure to read the support notes.)
NOTE: If you intend to run AccoSys Accounts on Access 2003 you must apply service pack SP1.

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