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PerpetualBudget

Technical features and benefits:

  • Flexible Budget Structure - to configure your organization
  • Create your budget automatically from the GL CoA interface.
  • Build worksheets on-demand using Data Block templates and system data
  • Drag and drop organizations to new parents
  • Multiple profit center structures
  • Multiple variance reporting schemes
  • Allocations controls - distribute expenses InterCompany and/or IntraCompany.
  • Build new budget structures in hours using BudgetBuilder's Interview.
  • Capital, Revenue, Department expense, Wage and Orders templates
  • Multiple product line support and profit center assignments
  • Summaries for Wages, Headcount, Benefits, Capital Additions, Depreciation, Operating Expenses, Sales and Cost of Goods Sold
  • Dynamic reporting including Income Statement, Balance Sheet and Cash Flow.
  • Linkless templating insures full portability and maintenance free change automation.
  • Orders Forecasting Sub-system - re-configure the forecast templates or territory structure at any time and restore all data from the database.

System requirements:

OS:                 Windows 95, 98, NT4, 2000, XP
Disc:               client installation - 10 MB or less
Memory:          128 MB min, 256 MB or higher preferable
Processor:      1000 Mhz min, higher preferable    
Network:          NT4, Win 2K, 95/98 Peer, NW4/5, client standalone
Applications:    Office '97 and higher

 

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