GENERAL ACCOUNTS SYSTEM
It is a program for public accounts designed according to international accounting curricula. It is distinguished by the following:-
- Code directory.
- The definition of the chart of accounts.
- Transaction guide.
- Definition of the analytical journal.
- Day to day restrictions.
- Periodic restrictions.
- Reverse constraints.
In this system, cabinets and banks shall be managed with all the financial and administrative matters related thereto. More than one treasury and more than one bank may be added, with full identification of each in terms of location, responsible person, type of account, number, the person entitled to sign, and type of expenses and revenues. This system shall contain:-
- A supply permits.
- A permit to disburse.
- Treasury transfers.
(B) Financial Documents:-
- Receipt papers.
- Collection of “one-time” securities.
- Collection of “intervals” securities.
- Endorsement of Cheques.
- Cheques returns.
- More than 14 data reports are presented in various analytical and aggregate forms, which helps decision makers to obtain appropriate information in a timely manner in an easy and simple manner, leading to the rationalization of decisions.
- More than one report shall display the data of treasuries and banks and their contents in various analytical and overall forms, which shall help the decision maker to obtain the appropriate information in a timely manner in an easy and simple manner, which leads to rationalizing decisions. Alert letters and signals may be recorded for the due dates of checks before enough period for taking the necessary measures.
3. The system may extract the general budget of the company.
4. Provides control over expenses with the expense lock feature when overspending.