• Windows Vista SP1 or later
  • Windows 7 & 8
  • Windows Server 2003 SP2
  • Windows Server 2008 & 2008 R2
  • Windows Server 2012 & 2012 R1
  • Windows Installer 3.1 or later
  • Microsoft .NET Framework 4.0 or later
  • Microsoft SQL Server 2008 or later + login details
  • Valid Cash Manager license file
  • Rights to install software
  • Email Server Settings (hostname, port, authentication details)
  • Note - The mail server must be able to accept and deliver emails from the machine where Cash Management is installed
  • A Cash Manager can produce cashflow forecasts from Budget up to 3 years into the future, as well as a 30 Day cashflow forecast. The cashflow projection uses current debtor and creditor's information, along with Wages, GST & PAYG information to forecast your cash on Hand each day for the next 30 days.
  • Yes! Cashflow forecasts are created from your Budgets. You can have as many Budget revisions as you want, and then choose what budget revision to generate your cashflow forecast from.
  • SAbsolutely! When creating a Budget Revision, you can update the budget with actual values for the year to date. You can then generate a new cashflow forecast from this budget revision.
  • We call cashflow statement categories Account Groups. You can create your own Account Groups and then map your GL accounts to each account group.This way you can control exactly what accounts and budget figures go into your cashflow forecasts.
  • Yup. Simply right-click an invoice and enter a note as well as a revised due date for payment.
  • Easy! You can choose from 4 different messages, one for each age of the outstanding invoice. If a customer has outstanding invoices in more than one age, it will take the message for the oldest age.
  • We're not sure but our software developers have been tasked to sort this out by Tuesday. If you find out before then, email us so we can let them go home early.
  • In the Administration Tab, under Email Settings.