Why a Journal?
a. Make Complete Financial Statements
Journals provide convenience in making instant reports starting from the balance sheet, profit, and loss, changes in capital, cash flow and much more.
b. Asset Management Features
A journal makes it easy to record and store a list of assets, ranging from fixed and intangible assets, both those that are still owned or assets that have been sold. Asset recording in the Journal is also more detailed, starting from the recorded fixed assets along with the initial acquisition price, accumulated depreciation to the value of assets in realtime.
c. Cost Management Features
Journals make it easy to manage and control costs incurred by the company so you can keep cash flow stable and reduce business failure.
d. Provide reports whenever needed
Can access reports anytime and anywhere in real-time without waiting for the end of the reporting period.
e. Make Reports that Are Business-Friendly
The features in the Journal can be tailored to the business that you are running. The appearance of the report can also be changed to be easily understood by both your company and other parties concerned.
f. Tax Management
In the Journal you can choose the tax that will be imposed on each product in transactions such as VAT, PPh23, Final PPH, and other taxes so that the information recorded in the report is more accurate.
g. Grouping Transactions
Journals give users the flexibility to classify transactions based on certain tables so that it makes it easier to see reports.
Reliability This journal will make your business financial management more effective and efficient. With the completeness and ease of use of its features, you will no longer experience difficulties in making reports.