Accounts payable is the
method by which we organize
bills to be paid, write checks
and post results to general
ledger and exchange matching.
Write checks with ease using our
Accounts Payable Software.
Don’t want to write checks? All
of your ACH Payments created
through our Importing software
will automatically post to your
Accounts Payable files. Even
your Periodic Daily Statement
and Monthly statements will post
to A/P. Use the monthly bank
statement to remove checks that
have been cleared by the bank
from the Check Reconciliation
File. Another convenient
option is to use online banking
to reconcile cleared checks
daily or weekly to keep a more
up to date Cash Balance. On
top of all of this, one can
display current items paid and
unpaid. Plus, historical data
may be displayed by vendor,
check number or reference.
A/P data entry
Data enter checks,
print or reprint checks and
change check numbers from this
Custom designed laser or
dot matrix checks are available.
Daily or monthly
Age Trial Balance
Cash Requirement Report
Posting to G/L
End of Month Processing
Add accounts payable data to the
general ledger at the end of
Easily add, change or delete
Remove checks from your
reconciliation file to keep in line
with your bank statement.
The accounts receivable system provides for the creation, maintenance and inquiry of Accounts
Receivable information. Easily post bill payments, create advance payments, create statements,
and run reports showing what amounts are still due. You can even run a history report that
will show what has been paid with details of the payment.
Cash Data Entry
Apply cash to invoices paid
Cash Edit and Journal Printing
Create cash journal reports and deposits slips
Cash on Hand
View your daily cash on hand
Inquiry of A/R
Quickly view a customers statement on your screen
Cash Ledger History
View paid history in any date range
Cash Journal Master
View your cash journal at any moment
Posting to General Ledger
Post your A/R data to General ledger at the end of the month
The exchange matching portion of CBCC's software is probably the most important to a broker
or forwarder. This is the safety net that keeps control of the exchange of funds which is
so critical. Many call this "Accounts Payable" but we feel that exchange matching is a more
accurate description of what is occurring. The system is matching billed items against paid items within a reference. When duty is billed it
is set up as a distinct liability and this liability is not removed until the duty has been paid. At no time is this amount ever shown
as income. One is merely controlling a liability account.
Exchange Inquiry and Maintenance
Quick way to view references in Exchange
Purge all Exchange matching that has a balance of paid and billed items.
Create a report showing what was purged
Delete a range of references, or delete individual references from Exchange Matching
Detail listing by Reference,Vendor,Aged
Create a report showing exchange matching data by referernce or vendor
Cost,Paid and Billed Program
View all the Billed, and Paid items for one reference
General ledger is the most important aspect of your accounting system. All other areas are
correctly called subsiding ledgers. It is critical that the detail from accounts receivable,
accounts payable, advance payments, etc. all agree with the general ledger totals. Our system
is based on accrual accounting not on a cash basis. Income and expense are applied to the
general ledger when items are invoiced or when vendor invoices are received, not when the
cash is actually received or paid out. We have three sets of figures retained by the system: the current year, last year and the budget.
The Trial Balance, Balance Sheet and Profit & Loss Reports represent the basic reporting of a general ledger system. By having current year,
budget and last year figures available, allows for special reporting and comparisons.
Data Entry and Inquiry
Post all of AP, AR and Sales to the General Ledger, and create Journal Entries and View detailed Inquiries of the GL Data
Create the Profit and Loss report, the Trial Balance, and the Balance Sheet as of the last GL posting date
As of Today
Create the Profit and Loss report, the Trial Balance, and the Balance Sheet as of today’s date.
We try to make the billing process as automatic as possible and eliminate the
repetitiveness involved with invoice preparations. This task is accomplished
by creating a Billing Master that has all the invoice descriptions and price
amounts stored. Each customer is given billing codes from the Billing Master.
Every time a customer is billed all of the billing they are designed
to receive is populated. We have further automated the process by coupling the information
for Entries and referencing with the billing charges many different reports. In addition
to all of that, we can setup automated emailing of invoices.
Invoice Data Entry
Simply enter invoices that automatically populate the screen from the reference created.
Custom invoice with logo's are free of charge
Post all waiting invoices to AR, Exchange Matching and the Invoice History
Invoice History Display
Display any invoice from history
Customer Income Analysis
View a listing of your customers and the income that you are receiving from them.
Posting to G/L
Post Sales to the General Ledger at the end of the month
Invoice History Listing
View detailed information from your Invoice History for any Date Range you choose
Let us know what you need and we will make it for you.