Description: The article is about acs login. This is a brief introduction about ACS ACCESS Accounting. The author shows how to use the accounting module. The accounting module is designed in a very friendly way, you can follow the steps to navigate the accounting module.
When we began planning the new release of our accounting module, we had one goal in mind, we wanted to make it user-friendly. With nearly 15 years experience converting rentals and ATP users, we knew that we had to make the screens easy to learn, easy to use and easy to navigate, let’s see the first thing we did to make it easy to navigate.
On the left-hand side, you’ll find a tree style menu, based on a predefined user security, that can quickly and easily find the area they’re looking for without having to memorize codes. If you look at the center of the screen, we’ve added a dozen quick list buttons that each logon can quickly customize.
Regardless of which PCA user signs in, those quick list buttons follow them, this is nice for the title clerk who fills in at the cashier window during lunch. If you look in this area, the user can customize the captions, during the early weeks of being on ACS, they can feel more comfortable calling check-writing.
Let’s go in and look at a couple of screens. One screen I want to show are reports menu and our month and report. We offer one exceptional feature, that’s the ability to have archiving built into the system. What this means for you is that if you are on our system in September of 2000, you could run your month end report by changing that date range, you don’t need any third-party application, you don’t have to send any reports, it’s built for you, you could run it easily.
If we look at our general ledger inquiry, I could access it or click the GL inquiry button, this happens to be a GM chart of account. We’re going to go to 324 in search and we’re going to open up our July of 2009 sales tax.
This information is basic, I can change from July to June by clicking this button, I can also see the 12-month history by clicking the history button. I can go to a different bridge. We’ll go to September of 2000. I’m looking at September of 2000.
If I want to see the detail, there are two buttons I could click on. I can click the Print Preview or click the detail button, there’s my detail for September of 2000. This is searchable and printable, I can also save it as a document if I want to do that.
There is one other thing I want to talk about. Each screen has a indexed help manual. By clicking the button on the screen, I can find help for me. Let’s go in and look at checks and a couple of nice features about checks. We are at check writing screen entry. If I’ve got multiple companies, this is where I would change console. This is an example. If I want to write a check to Office Depot, this is the place I can do it.
In the screen, we have shown you a couple of things including what your current payable balance is. I could write a check. I also have one more tool to talk about. That’s the ability to be able to reprint a check or a check copy. If I want to go back and reprint a check from June, it’s easy. I can click my print copy button, it’s simple.
In our check menu, we have the check register. I’ll show you how that works. If I want to find all the checks I wrote, I can type in certain index in a chronological order, I will have the access to all those checks that I wrote. I want to click total button. This is going to isolate office depot. I’ve written 41 thousand dollars in checks. I can pick any of these checks, let’s go in and look at this check, that was written on December of 2000.
If I want to see details, it’s going to be there. There’s the basic information, by double-clicking on it, I can drill down and see all the invoices I paid with that check, let’s look at one other area in the reporting area, that’s how we move things to excel.
I can click excel, I can click create, I can click enter, my Excel reports are going to appear. I’m going to end in information. It’s simple. Creating reports in Excel is exceptionally easy. This is our report generator. If you want to go in and create a custom report for your dealerships, you can pull it out of your customer database, you can pull it out the old database, it’s all going to be there.
Once you have the information, you can run it for a particular range and reorganize a report. We’d like to be able to show you more in our accounting demo, we’re going to show more modules in the ACS system. We will show the payroll, we will show the sales, we will show the service module.