The Accounts Payable module for Sage BusinessWorks Accounting efficiently manages your company’s expenditures, saving you time and money. This advanced module stores, sorts, and organizes vendor information and transactions. The Accounts Payable module then uses the information to produce a wide range of reports, including graphical reports, which present you with three-dimensional representations of your purchase history and much more.
Accounts Payable Highlights:
- Complete vendor contact and order information available through powerful search functionality
- New vendors and General Ledger accounts added on the fly during transaction entry
- Flexible payment terms
- Accurate expense tracking, including credit card purchases and history
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Save valuable time with the Accounts Payable module, which dates your open invoices so you can easily discern how old they are, displays the amount of cash needed to pay the invoices, and suggests the best day to pay each invoice. You can also use Accounts Payable to take advantage of any early payment discounts offered to your company. The module can be set up to make automated invoice payments prior to the discount expiration dates, saving you money.
Aside from operating seamlessly with General Ledger, the Accounts Payable module also integrates with other Sage BusinessWorks modules for a smoother transition of information.
For example, when used in conjunction with the Job Cost module, Accounts Payable provides effortless tracking of project opportunities. And when you set up cash accounts in Cash Management, the Accounts Payable module updates these accounts with check information so you can accurately reconcile your accounts. You can also post invoices to the Accounts Payable module from the Inventory Control module when receiving purchase orders. This seamless information flow between modules not only saves time by eliminating double entry, but it also suits the unique needs of today’s widely varying companies with a series of profit-increasing accounting capabilities.