Posted: Tuesday, April 28, 2020
For most businesses in the current climate keeping control of cash flow is a major priority.
Sage 200c has a user-friendly Cash Flow Enquiry as part of its Cashbook Module, which can help you maintain visibility and manage cash flow easily.
The cash flow structure pulls information from bank accounts, sales ledger, purchase ledger, sales, and purchase orders, nominal budgets and manual ad-hoc income and expenditure entries, VAT due/to claim, Contracts from Sicon Contracts and Applications and Retentions from Sicon Construction.
You can use the simple drag and drop feature to adjust the transactions in the cash flow interface to reflect the expected cash impact without changing the due dates and promised dates manually.
- Select the period you wish to view
- Select the Bank accounts to be included
- Transactions types to include: Regular Receipts/ Payments (Standing Orders & Direct Debits set up in Sage)
- Forecast Receipts/ Payments (Sales Ledger & Purchase Ledger items based on Due Date)
- Manually remove transactions you know you will not be paying or receiving in the current period
- Manually add additional Receipts/Payments
This link to the ‘Sage 200c help files’ provides more detail:
In addition to this, you may also be interested in a new add-on module for Credit Control. The Roundhouse Credit Manager module links directly to the Sales Ledger and has the look and feel of the standard Sage List View screens.
- Filter lists of customers based on:
- The Age of the Debt
- Whether they have orders to be processed
- Where orders have been placed on hold
- Keep notes on chases that have been made
- Produce letters to selected accounts
- Place accounts on Hold from the Credit Manager screen
The following link – Roundhouse Credit Manager provides a bit more information.
If you are a Sage 50 Accounts user, there is a Cash Flow module, as well as other options for Credit Control. If you would like more information about these modules, Cash Flow Enquiry or The Roundhouse Credit Manager please contact email@example.com today.