After the announcement last April of the arrival of Adfinity, opus 6 of our business management software, it is with great pleasure that we announce the expansion of the Adfinity family with the arrival of 16 new consultants on 18 September.
A properly functioning application is the result of a healthy marriage between hardware and software.
In accounting, the importance of properly allocating our accounting documents has been amply demonstrated. If an error occurs during coding, this affects our balance sheet, our budgets, our analytical breakdowns, and so on. We need to be able to modify chargeable postings during the approval cycle. To this end, we must account for them and Adfinity has new functionalities so that this can be done.
For many years, the question of the end of the ERP module as we know it flourishes just about everywhere in specialised publications, Forbes for example. Before trying to provide possible answers to the question which we are asking ourselves, it would be interesting to determine the scope of what is meant by ERP, before getting on with attempting to outline some facts.
Scanning incoming documents like purchase invoices offers lots of benefits for your organisation.
The question we’re always asked straightaway is about keeping the hard copy documents.
What are the best practices? What is acceptable, and what is legal?
The digitalisation of enterprise processes has a huge impact on a lot of jobs. The job of an accounting responsible will also change drastically in the coming years. More and more tasks of humans will be done by computers in the near future. In the accounting world we're talking about Robotic Accounting.
We have recently noticed that the new Microsoft Windows 10 update triggers a critical anomaly in EASI Financials / Adfinity.
Follow here the process to correct this anomaly.
Adfinity's SmartCODA solution enables intelligent recognition and interpretation of bank movements. One of the difficulties is linked to card payments (Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Bancontact, etc.). What can be automated? How to deal with payments by terminals?
When a client buys a new accounting solution such as Adfinity, they clearly need some solid training for the end users. Indeed, they will need to be able to use all the different elements of the solution.
There are also programs for specific modules, which are followed by a limited number of users.
How do you decide who should do the training, and how does EASI work?