Financial Management Controls

Financial Management Controls

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Tally. ERP9 comes with rich features & financial reports that give you the necessary management and control of your business. A few of these are listed below :

  • Funds Flow & Cash Flow reports – Help you locate bottlenecks.
  • Bank reconciliation - Keeps your bank books in sync, and identify unclear instruments.
  • Customer Credit Limits - To limit risk of default and large losses.
  • Budgets - Keep tabs on projected expenses against actuals.
  • Mark vouchers post dated - These will reflect into the books of accounts only on/after that date.
  • For needs where reports have to consider a transaction that has not happened (say salaries for this month that get paid the next month) vouchers (called 'reversing journals') can be marked to 'disappear' for reports post a specific date.
  • "Scenario" management - Helps you with your business forecasting and planning. You can use optional, reversing journals and memorandum vouchers, to aid in recording provisional entries that are useful for interim reports.
  • Multiple inventory valuation - You can decide one valuation method for the business, and be able generate financial reports using any other valuation method - as the statutory method may not be appropriate for your needs, your bankers and for other decisions.
  • Cash balances can go negative - You can get warned if this is about to happen, or see reports and make the necessary corrections.
  • Several business exceptions are available (negative stocks, negative ledgers) - For you to exercise control over these activities.
  • A one-screen business ratios with drill down right up to the transactions - Help you to correct course frequently.
  • Item wise & document wise profitability statements to control revenue leakage and inappropriate pricing.
  • Internal audits are supported with audit controls - Authorised users can mark vouchers as 'audited' and can get to see reports on changes made post audit, and the name of the person making the change.