SYSPRO Cash Book is cash flow software that ensures optimal and efficient cash management by providing system-wide bank reconciliation information on cash inflows and outflows as well as enabling you to forecast and perform what-if analysis on financial data.
Cash Book provides a daily means of recording details about sundry deposits and withdrawals, maintaining cash book bank balances, reconciling and adjusting entries, and printing online checks. Entries can be posted manually or automatically and the amounts can be distributed to a number of ledger accounts, including those belonging to other companies.
With Cash Book you can set up multiple banks in both local and foreign currency as well as produce online checks and remittances, bank reconciliation statements, consolidated statements and a bank balance report. An electronic bank reconciliation facility is also available.
Payments to suppliers are normally recorded in the Accounts Payable system and receipts from customers are normally recorded in the Accounts Receivable system. These transactions can be integrated to Cash Book, thereby avoiding double-capture.
Although this system is mainly used to capture movements on bank accounts, it can also be used for petty cash.
Part of Cash Book is the Cash Flow Forecast functionality that allows managers to view the company’s projected cash position into the future by applying outstanding payables (cash requirements), receivables (payment projections) and other cash projections, to the current bank balances. The information is presented to users in graphs and list views by means of Configurable Queries, as well as reports through SYSPRO Reporting Services.
SYSPRO Cash Book can be installed standalone or integrated with other accounting solutions in SYSPRO:
- Accounts Payable
- Accounts Receivable
- Electronic Fund Transfer
- General Ledger
- Work in Progress
Audit trails and journals form an integral part of this solution:
- User-defined number of months for history retention and reporting
- Comprehensive audit trails for all transactions
- User-defined check and remittance advice documents
- User-defined selection criteria for flexible reporting
- Recurring entries report highlighting un-posted entries