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BusinessSuite Accounting – The perfect tool for your business.

BusinessSuite Accounting is a diverse business management package, designed for businesses in all markets and industries. The software includes all of the core accounting functionality you would expect of a total business solution, as well as being easy to use, fully multi-user and network aware.

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Analysis Modules

The Analysis modules are a system to collect sales and costing information as it is posted through the other modules and allow you to analyse this information.

You can collect information on the Sales, Costs, and Units that have been sold. You can also compare sales with costs to determine profit, and units with costs to examine value. Current Year and Previous Year figures can be compared, as well as Actual versus Budget performance.

In the Analysis modules the Type Detail tab displays the values for Last Year, Current Year and Budget, while the Period Detail tab displays the Sales, Costs and Units of the same period. Various other tabs provide the means to analyse profitability and budgets, view a graph of the periods and view the detailed transaction history.

Due to the fact that the Analysis modules are integrated, the information is posted as the transactions happen and you can investigate the information immediately. All information is available on the screen, so the need to run reports is reduced.

There are three analysis areas in BusinessSuite, which are tied to the three areas for sales information. These are Customers Analysis, Inventory Analysis and Staff Analysis.

Key Features:

Analyse and report on Customers, Products and Staff

View profit, turnover and budget information from live data

Easy to read graphs

Tree structure enables subtotalling

Link Products, Customers and Staff into groups for easier reporting


Customers Analysis
The Customers Analysis module allows you to get an in depth look at how much your customers are buying, trends in the spending of specific clients and whether you are meeting your budgets.

When you have set a code for a customer or customers, the information contained for that code will change as activity increases.
Inventory Analysis
With the Inventory Analysis module you can set the analysis codes you create for items in your Inventory module to track the sales, units and cost information these items generate.

For example, the analysis codes can be split into groups to represent product categories. This will let you see which are your most profitable or fast moving product ranges and which products contribute the most to your profits.
Staff Analysis
The Staff Analysis module lets you track the financial information generated by staff members on your system.

By comparing the Costs information with the Sales information you can view at a glance the profits made by certain groups or individuals.

When you set a user in the Staff module to a Staff Analysis code you have created, the program will update the information for the code as transactions involving the user are performed.
Multi-level Analysis
Individual analysis codes can be split into several levels (eg code 100, code 100-100, code 100-100-10) to provide complete flexibility.

For example, you might have several sales teams in your company. If you wanted a total sales and cost overview as well as a breakdown by each team, you would create a code for the sales team and sub-codes for each staff member.

All reports can be viewed at the different levels, so you can see as little or as much detail as you need.

For example, a sales review needs only consolidated reports whereas analysing your business performance requires the most detailed reports available.

The Tree function allows you to view the structure of the analysis codes in the form of a tree diagram.
Link Analysis Codes
An option in each of the Analysis modules lets you link one code to another. This means that information that is posted to the current code will also be posted to the linked code.

This is useful for comparing the totals using many different formats as well as creating a special totalling area.
Graph Tab
The Graph tab in all the Analysis modules displays the financial information for the code in the form of a bar graph.

As customers, items or staff members set to a code make more transactions (and therefore the financial information for the code changes), the graph will change accordingly.

If you select the Show Budget checkbox, the Budget information for the analysis code will also be displayed in the graph, where you can visually compare the sales and budget information.
The Budgets function lets you set figures of expected activity for the transactions you perform with the analysis code.

For example, you can set a formula based on last year’s sales figure multiplied by 1.5 - an expectation that your activity will increase by 50% in the current year.

Using the Budgets tab in the analysis module, you can compare the current and budget figures. The performance is shown as an under/over comparison and a percentage of the budget figure. You can compare the sales, costs and units information with their budgets.