SunSystems Sales Management combines with integrated modules for Recurring Invoicing and Collect Debtor Management to provide a comprehensive solution that includes sales order entry, sales invoice processing, contract management, sales reporting, pricing and credit management.
Sales Order Management is feature-rich software enabling end-to-end control of any sales cycle, no matter how simple or complicated. This flexible solution will help you streamline processes and speed up the delivery of customer invoices. The key components of this module are sales order entry, acknowledgements, packing slips, dispatch documents, and invoicing.
Sales Order Management provides flexibility to analyse transactions by, say, Region, Project, Sales-Person and Department etc. and extensive user-defined value calculations.
This module can be configured to take feeds of data from third-party applications. Examples include hours worked, project codes and work type. And, critically, the SunSystems Financials ledger is updated in real-time.
SunSystems Recurring Invoicing enables the production of all sales invoices at the click of a button. It is designed for companies that have repeat billing and, or, contract management requirements. It offers a range of time saving facilities and ensures relevant analysis is available to management.
Key features include:
SunSystems Collect is an account management tool designed to help get outstanding invoices paid as quickly as possible. It streamlines credit control to improve productivity and to bring immediate cost benefits. Collect will increase your working capital and reduce overdue payments by automating the sending of regular statements and reminders.
SunSystems Collect provides exceptional flexibility, with multi-user and multi-currency functionality as standard. This powerful module records a continuous thread of all communications with your customer to give you better traceability.
Collect can be personalised for each user, allowing you to generate a daily activity list based on action codes and promise dates.