The Financial Accounting Module is developed in accordance with the legislation in force, the Accounting Law, the Methodological Norms on the Organization and Management of Public Institutions' Accounting and the Plan of Accounts for Public Institutions and its Implementation Instructions, approved by Order MF 1917/2005, as amended, so that all the reports to be obtained will comply with the regulations provided by law and in the format required by the standard for presenting this information.
The Financial Accounting module provides easy and open access for end-users, at any time of the day, to the synthetic and analytical balance, the balance sheet, as well as the statements regarding the profit and loss accounts, with the possibility of restoring them until the closure final of the month.
The application uses data from the other modules of the Accounting application and exchanges data with other application modules.
The main objective of the Financial Accounting module is to keep accounting records, allowing data collection, maintenance, importing documents from other modules, balancing import, closing the financial year, reopening the financial year, etc.
The specific objectives of the Financial Accounting module are:
1 Operation of simple and compound accounting notes such as "account to next (%)" or "next (%) to account";
2 Generating reports for account statements, detailed by supplier, customer, debtor or third party, for a selected account;
3 Defining accounting monographs (default predefined modes);
4 Generate periodically and automatically a user-configured bank note;
5 Manage the closing notes with the possibility of automatically closing the revenue and expense accounts according to the user-set configuration.
Maintenance of a personalized account plan with the possibility of defining the analytical accounts, depending on the needs of the institution and the means of pursuing its activity, directly from the chart of accounts nomenclature;
Facilitate the transfer of amounts from previous synthetic accounts into the new analytical accounts.
Automatic generation of analytics according to the structure of the budget plan for expenditure and revenue accounts, according to the legislation in force;
Automated generation of analytics for accounts configured for vendor, customer, debtor, third party, department, management, etc.(Annex no. 1).;
Completion of the budget details on the functional and economic classification (commitment / ordination) at the time of collection of the accounting note for each expenditure and payment account
Verification of data with budget execution data at the time of each registration and obtaining the budget execution situation based on the accounting notices of expenditure and payments (Annex no. 2).
View accounting information in reports immediately after saving documents.
Getting specific account-specific forms, and balance sheets for which configuration formulas can be maintained.
Configuring Balance Sheet Attachments with a Configurator that sets the formula on a row and column level report. (Annex no. 3);
Accounting notes report;
Check account report
Balance sheet report
Balance debtors / suppliers reportș
Debt / supplier payment report;
Accountancy reports: big book, account statement for all accounts, debtors / suppliers list, asset management sheet, list of accounting notes, journal-log;
Journal Records report;
Report Payment Order.
The main advantages of the Financial Accounting module are:
The chart of accounts and the budget plan are configurable;
Defining accounting monographs (default predefined modes);
Automated import of accounting notes from the components of the Atlas Integrated System;
Defining access rights at user, action, and account level levels;
Real-time tracking of the budget, showing information about both scheduled and quarterly sums;
Providing easy-to-read accounting tools;
Make Multiple Contributions like: Account x to% (following);
Keeping a complete history of transactions for any period of time;
Easy access to historical information
Removing any situation (balances, book, account logs, or centralized logs) during the user's desired period, start and end dates need not necessarily coincide with the beginning and end of the month.