Accounts Receivable Module

Comprehensive system for managing receivables, cash receipts, and customer credit

It’s the other side of the cash flow coin: if you want to get paid in a timely manner, and manage collections properly, accounts receivable is going to need an incredible amount of attention, regardless of your industry. And that’s even before making sure everything balances. 

Multiview’s ERP accounts receivable module is fully integrated into the system, allowing for control of all critical business functions surrounding cash and receivables.

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  • Control customer credit, review collection problems, and issue invoices and statements.

    Multiview ERP Accounts Receivable Module offers the ability to control customer credit, review collection problems, issue invoices, and generate statements.

    Businesses can set and manage credit limits for their clients using the module. This function aids in calculating a customer's creditworthiness and the maximum amount of credit that can be given to them. Businesses can protect themselves from the risk of having too many outstanding client receivables by setting credit limits.

    The module offers resources for examining and spotting collection-related problems. It enables companies to keep track of past-due payments, detect delinquent accounts, and take the necessary steps to address collection issues. This function facilitates debt collection and lowers the likelihood of problematic debts.

    Businesses can create and send invoices to their clients using the module. It enables customization of invoice templates and contains required elements such as descriptions of the goods or services, costs, terms of payment, and deadlines. This function streamlines the billing process and guarantees accurate and prompt consumer billing.

    The module also facilitates the generation of statements for customers.

  • Record both miscellaneous cash payments as well as invoice-collected payments.
    Multiview ERP Accounts Receivable Module offers the capability to record both miscellaneous cash payments and invoice-collected payments.

    Businesses can use the module to keep track of and record any other cash payments they get from clients that aren't explicitly related to an invoice. This function makes sure that every cash transaction is accurately recorded and connected to the corresponding customer's account.

    Businesses can record and manage payments received in relation to particular invoices using the module. The module offers the ability to assign client payments to the proper bills when they are made to settle their unpaid invoices. This guarantees precise tracking of invoice payments and enables companies to maintain current accounts receivable records.

    By offering the ability to record both miscellaneous cash payments and invoice-collected payments, the Accounts Receivable Module in Multiview ERP provides a comprehensive solution for managing various types of customer payments.
  • Review payments, outstanding receivables as well as customer credit in the fully integrated reporting module.
    Multiview ERP Accounts Receivable Module is the ability to review payments, outstanding receivables, and customer credit through the fully integrated reporting module.

    The module gives users access to detailed reports that let companies assess and examine payment data. These reports may contain information on the customers as well as payment information including dates, amounts, and methods.

    The module provides reports that provide insights on unpaid receivables. These reports frequently include information on how long receivables have been outstanding, indicating past-due debts and enabling companies to prioritize collection efforts. Businesses may remain on top of their receivables management, spot possible cash flow difficulties, and take the necessary steps to ensure timely collection by analyzing outstanding receivables reports.

    The module's reporting features also include the ability to present data on client credit. Businesses can produce reports that list the credit histories and credit limitations for specific clients or client groups. These reports help in evaluating the creditworthiness of customers, making informed decisions regarding credit extensions, and mitigating the risk of bad debts.
  • Entries post directly to the sub-ledger and the general ledger, allowing for visibility with drill-back functionality.
  • Document management is fully integrated into the accounts receivable.

    Multiview ERP Accounts Receivable Module offers the full integration of document management into the accounts receivable process.

    Invoices, credit memos, payment receipts, and correspondence with customers are just a few examples of the many documents linked to accounts receivable that can be organized, stored, and retrieved using document management. Businesses can efficiently handle and track these papers within the same system thanks to the module's integration of document management. Here's how document management integration benefits the accounts receivable process:

    • Centralized Document Storage
    • Streamlined Document Workflow
    • Improved Document Tracking
    • Enhanced Document Security and Compliance

    Businesses can expedite their document-related duties, increase efficiency, and have better control over their accounts receivable operations by incorporating document management into the accounts receivable module. It makes it possible to centralize document storage, streamline document workflow, better tracking, and implement more stringent security and compliance controls.

Frequently Asked Questions

What Is an Accounts Receivable Module?

An Accounts Receivable Module is a component of an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system that focuses on managing and tracking the company's outstanding receivables, cash receipts, and customer credit. It offers companies a complete solution for efficiently managing credit management, payment collection, and invoicing. The module integrates with other essential business activities inside the ERP system to optimize accounts receivable operations, better cash flow management, and improve overall financial visibility.

What Are Accounts Receivable Module Benefits?

The accounts Receivable Module offers numerous benefits to businesses. It enables efficient control of customer credit, simplifies invoice and statement issuance, and facilitates the review of payment and collection problems.

The module simplifies accounts receivable procedures, ensuring prompt payments and better control over cash flow. It enables companies to make wise decisions based on accurate financial data by providing thorough reporting and visibility into receivables. Financial correctness, auditability, and compliance are improved by the module's interaction with the general ledger and document management. The Accounts Receivable Module offers several advantages, including improved financial control, fewer collection challenges, and better receivables administration.

What Challenges Does Accounts Receivable Module Solve?

The Accounts Receivable Module addresses several challenges faced by businesses in managing their receivables. It helps in minimizing collection problems by providing tools to review and track outstanding receivables, thereby improving the effectiveness of the collection process.

By establishing credit limits and assessing creditworthiness, the module helps organizations manage consumer credit while lowering the risk of bad debts. It makes it easier to issue invoices and statements while ensuring accurate and timely consumer billing. As it links with the general ledger and provides thorough and accurate financial records, the module also addresses issues with financial visibility. By centralizing and streamlining the storage and retrieval of documents linked to accounts receivable, it also tackles issues with document management.

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