People call me KC and I am the Finance and Administration Manager. I have been working for this organization for some time and I have been hired to manage his finances as well as the general operations.
I have multiple version of the budget to monitor the business from all old and new assumptions so to present new scenarios on what I can forecast soon based on raw material prices or exchange rates, etc. I can easily create new budget sets by copying previous budgets and increase/decrease by percentages, if required.
This is very important. Our data security is very important and as I hire more and more people to handle it, access to my data should be controlled and only specific function and certain information can be done by specific people. We cannot limit information from our people as it helps them grow our business, however at the same time I need to set what is the limit and who can do what.
Actually, I do not like to key in the same transactions every month, even though I can make entries really fast, penat juga ku. When Mr. Tan introduce to me this recurring invoice feature, it immediately lifted my burden. You know what? They teach me how to create a batch and recurs according to a schedule I set. I don’t even need to push a button at the next following months and the transactions are created.
One of my tasks at office is to track the billing for our Consultants for their time they have worked at our customers’ site. I normally will link this time billing to the respective projects.
Sage One Accounting keeps him on the go
KC can keep track of his finances in different locations.
He has a caring Sage One helpline to talk to him through issues.
KC takes orders from other parts of the country, wherever he is.