Accounts Receivable



Credit Card Interfaces, Dispute Interface, Shipping Interface

Inventory Control

Recurring Invoicing

Data Manager

Enter Payment Information

Report Menus


Carpet Cleaning


Internal Medicine


Work Orders
Accounts Receivable accounting modules vary greatly depending on the markets needs.

Standard client server accounting packages normally have fairly comprehensive Accounts Receivable modules that Work Orders in .PDF format integrate with General Ledger, Job Costing and work orders.

The purpose of integrating Accounts Receivable with General Ledger and it so that one can see the general health of the company by way of looking at debits and credits.

Integrating Accounts Receivable with Work Orders enables one to see what is spent vs. what is paid on different jobs.


Online Shopping Carts integrated with Accounts Receivable is extremely popular and allows automatic handling of Accounts Receivable by way of the customer ordering products that they want and them inputting their name, address, phone numbers and credit card information. This has a major advantage over other types of Accounts Receivable in that the merchant does not have to take the time to collect and input this information.

Retail stores normally have at least part of their Accounts Receivable in the form of P.O.S meaning Point Of Sale cash registers with corresponding cash register software.

Accounts Receivable reports that are supported include: Aged Receivables Reports, State - City Tax Reports, Customer Report, Customer Statements, Disputed Transaction Report, Invoiced Job Cost Reports, Invoices, Invoice Reports, Non Compete Contract, Package Tracking Report, Paid Invoices Reports and Unpaid Invoice Report.