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  1. Dashboard
  2. Log off .
  3. Debit Voucher . 20 vouchers per month
  4. Credit Voucher . 20 vouchers per month
  5. Journal Voucher. 10 vouchers per month
  6. Customer . 20 customers allowed
  7. Supplier . 20 suppliers allowed
  8. Chart Of Account . 20 chart of accounts created
  9. Products. 25 products allowed
  10. Purchase Invoice . 10 invoices per month
  11. Sales invoice . 20 customers allowed
  12. User 5 users allowed
  13. Roles 5 roles define
  14. Assign roles


  1. Customer List
  2. Supplier list
  3. Chart Of account list
  4. General Ledger
  5. Account customer ledger
  6. Account supplier ledger
  7. Debit voucher slip
  8. Credit voucher slip
  9. Journal voucher slip
  10. Aging Of Account Payable
  11. Aging of Account Receivable
  12. Daily Sale Report
  13. Sale Report
  14. Purchase Report



ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) is a software system that is used to manage a
company’s business processes and operations. The system is designed to integrate

various functions and departments of a company into a single, unified system.

Basic steps involved in functioning of an ERP system

Data Collection:

Data Collection: The ERP system collects data from various departments within a company. This data includes information on sales, inventory, production, finance, and human resources.

Data Storage:

The data collected is stored in a central database that is accessible to all the departments of the company. The data is stored in a way that is easily retrievable and can be used to generate reports and analyze trends.

Data Processing:

The data collected is processed by the ERP system. The system uses various algorithms and models to analyze the data and generate reports.


The ERP system integrates various functions and departments of a company. This integration ensures that data flows seamlessly between different departments, and everyone in the organization has access to the same information.


The ERP system automates various business processes such as accounting, inventory management, and production planning. This automation reduces manual errors, increases efficiency, and helps companies save time and money.


The ERP system generates various reports such as financial statements, production reports, and inventory reports. These reports provide insights into the company’s performance and help managers make informed decisions

Overall, ERP systems are designed to streamline business processes, increase efficiency, and provide managers with accurate, real-time data to make informed decisions.

How do ERP systems work?

  • We have this ERP system. First of all there is a login screen. In this login screen you will have a URL of your name which you will enter and paste on Google Chrome Browser.
  • After this software page will open in which you will enter your user name and password and will now log in into the software system.
  • After this you will create your suppliers, customers and products.
  • After creating your suppliers, customers and products,you will now create a purchase invoice.
  • Because in order to start any new business, we usually purchase any product and then sell it out.
  • First we will purchase the product and create a purchase invoice and the effect of this will be reflected on our Ledger.
  • After this when we will make payments to any of our suppliers, we will create a debit voucher for it.
    And when a debit voucher is created, it will affect the Ledger of suppliers.
  • After this when we will create the sales invoice, then after creation of this sales invoice, its effect will be reflected on the ledger of the customer and when the customer will make us payment, we will create a credit voucher for it.
    For purchase we will always make a debit voucher and for sales we will make a credit
  • Also we have users, roles and assigned roles in this software. We can create users, roles and charts of accounts.for fourth level.
  • Also whenever we will create charts of accounts for fourth level, we will take parent I.D of third level because second and first levels are already defined.
  • Similarly, we can see charts of accounts list, suppliers list and customers list when needed.
  • Also accounts ledger, customer ledger, supplier ledger or general ledger can be viewed whenever needed or required.
  • Also we have the option of viewing trial balance, aging of accounts payable and aging of accounts receivables is also available in our software.
  • Daily sales report, sales report and purchase reports are also available.
  • So this was an overview of our ERP system.


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