Good Where It Counts
Seamlessly integrate your financial data with a number of popular third-party accounting packages. Voucher received PO's into Accounts Payable and interface distributions to general ledger.
CounterPoint integrates seamlessly with a variety of accounting packages, including QuickBooks, Great Plains, Business Works,Small Business Financials, and MAS 90/200.
You can voucher received PO's into Accounts Payable (A/P) and interface distributions to General Ledger (G/L).
In addition, utilities are provided to voucher receivings and export distributions for use by other third-party Accounts Payable and General Ledger products, such as Solomon IV, MIP, ACCPAC, and The Financial Edge.
CounterPoint account numbers are mapped to corresponding G/L account numbers. Mapping rules can be set up that pertain to all accounts, or on a one-to-one basis. G/L account numbers may be up to 50 characters and may be segmented.
The Distribution Report may be printed in order by account number or by posting source (distribution type or module). A summary version is available, or the detailed version may be printed in order to provide a complete audit trail back to the individual posting journals and document numbers that originally created the distribution.
Distribution activity can be transferred automatically into G/L in summary or detail format, providing a complete audit trail from G/L.
CounterPoint Inventory and Purchasing track vendor information. An Accounts Payable package must be used to track payables and issue checks outside of CounterPoint. CounterPoint vendors may be set up automatically from existing A/P vendors or created manually in CounterPoint. Return to Vendor (RTV) transactions may also be vouchered into A/P and appear as vendor credits.
Importing and Exporting Data
Easily import G/L account numbers into CounterPoint and add or update vendors from A/P to CounterPoint or from CounterPoint to A/P.