Working with Timesheets

To find out more about www.salesorder.com click here to set an appointment. The electronic Timesheet Document allows staff to enter time worked on Jobs/Projects both internal and external. You no longer need a paper ‘Timesheet Form’. You can associate a time booked with a specific Job, by using the Timesheet Line Item table. There are two ways: The New Timesheet … Read More

Charge Item

To find out more about www.salesorder.com click here to set an appointment. Charge Items represent any charge that is not a Service or a Product such as postage and packing, additional maintenance costs etc. To create a new Charge Item either use the Items Shortcut, or from the Explorer click Products/Services→Items and click ‘Create New‘ from the Item List. Select … Read More

Service Item

To find out more about www.salesorder.com click here to set an appointment. Service Items represent a service/task that you either provide (i.e. sell) or buy in, that is measured in time. Service Items are typically used on Timesheets in order to book billable and non-billable time to Projects/Jobs. Service Items could be set up to represent different types of skilled … Read More

Working with Supplier Refunds

You will have fingertip access to your suppliers, purchase quotes, purchase orders, cash purchases, supplier payments and even supplier refunds and credit notes, plus robust integration with various other systems. To find out more about www.salesorder.com‘s versatility, have a look here, or click here to set an appointment. A Supplier Refund Document is used to record your Supplier returning money that is directly related … Read More

Working with Supplier Credit Notes

You will have fingertip access to your suppliers, purchase quotes, purchase orders, cash purchases, supplier payments and even supplier refunds and credit notes, plus robust integration with various other systems. To find out more about www.salesorder.com‘s versatility, have a look here, or click here to set an appointment. The Supplier Credit Note (sometimes referred to as a Credit Memo) can be used in four … Read More

Working with Purchase Orders

You will have fingertip access to your suppliers, purchase quotes, purchase orders, cash purchases, supplier payments and even supplier refunds and credit notes, plus robust integration with various other systems. To find out more about www.salesorder.com‘s versatility, have a look here, or click here to set an appointment. The Purchase Order is used to confirm, record and track the progress of a purchase from … Read More

Working with Bills (Supplier Invoices)

You will have fingertip access to your suppliers, purchase quotes, purchase orders, cash purchases, supplier payments and even supplier refunds and credit notes, plus robust integration with various other systems. To find out more about www.salesorder.com‘s versatility, have a look here, or click here to set an appointment. A Bill Document records an Invoice sent to you from a Supplier. This ensures you have … Read More

Working with Cash Purchases

www.salesorder.com provides versatile Inventory Management Software, and integrated Purchase Order Management to have full control of your suppliers and purchasing. You will have fingertip access to your suppliers, purchase quotes, purchase orders, cash purchases, supplier payments and even supplier refunds and credit notes, plus robust integration with various other systems. To find out more about www.salesorder.com‘s versatility, have a look here, or click here to … Read More

Working with Document Templates

To find out more about www.salesorder.com click here to set an appointment. Transactional Documents (Invoices, Sales Orders and Purchase Orders) can be configured to match your business and product/service delivery. Document Templates allows you to: Document Templates are available for: As an example we will discuss the Sales Invoice Document. The same principles apply to the other Document Templates. A … Read More

Working with Accounts

To find out more about www.salesorder.com‘s accounting prowess, have a look here, or click here to set an appointment. Account Documents represent each of the basic account types detailed in the Chart of Accounts. For example you will have Balance Sheet Accounts such as Bank, Fixed Assets, Equity etc. and Profit and Loss Accounts such as Income, Expense and Cost … Read More