Multiple Branches Control
What are the 7 benefits from SQL Multiple branches control?
- Branch access Rights by users
Authorising each branch users to have the accessibility to their respective branch, SQL will automatically assign transactions created by the user to a specific branch to prevent human mistakes. Account entries, stock warehouse will automatically be posted to the appropriate branch.
- Branch control on Customers list
The user can only select/access the customer information for the own branch and is not permitted to post transactions for any other branch. You can avoid information being shared to other branches at data entry staff’s level.
- Branch access rights by Manager (multiple branches)
Managers can delegate his authority to access one or more branches under his supervision. He creates transactions, access customers info, view reports for any branches under his authority.
- Branch Analysis reports
Stay on top of your financial and operational transactions across all your branches with SQL. You can monitor all transactions happening in each branch. with this information, you can identify which branch is the most profitable and which branch that needs to monitor closely.
- Consolidated profit & loss across branches
By consolidating headquarter accounts with branch accounts, SQL allows for the viewing of consolidated balance sheets, profit and loss accounts by authorised users to evaluate the company’s overall performance. Bosses are able to drill down to the transactions of each branch individually.
- Easy Switching between branches
Need reports from another branch instantly? Authorised user can select any branches in just a click away to retrieve data swiftly anytime. Thus, you can run any report for any branch with simple clicks.
- Allow Data Sharing across branches
SQL could efficiently link up sales, purchase, stock information across multiple branches and locations. With SQL, you can manage stock transactions easily in multiple branches.