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Cashbook Extracter


Gavin Hargreaves

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Good afternoon folks.

 

Accountant has asked if there is away to pull out accounting cashbook for full business year, rather than printing out archived cashbooks for the whole year, and adding them up. OGI have given me a quote for the software, but I don't know whether this is the solution. Has anyone got the software?

 

I'm clueless with database enquiry as well despite using system since 1993!!!

 

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Hi Gavin - good to see you on the Forum

 

Without knowing what software OGI have suggested I probably can’t answer your question fully - so apologies for a bounce back on this - but it's important ...

 

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Ask OGI what software they are suggesting / name of

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Ask if it will produce every cashbook for the last year in one go, without doing each one individually (I'm interpreting that that is one of the main issues / pains you have)

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Ask them to show you the format / example output you will get - and whether you will have to do any work on that output file to get what your accountant needs

 

All too easy for suppliers in general, to offer solutions without fully understanding the actual pain, the real requirement and, the best alternative options for comparison - so you need to be fully informed. I’m sure I’m closer to what you need (from your brief post) than your supplier in full conversation -#maybe 

 

Come back and let us know once they provide the info and we can go from there. If they have the right solution for what you need out of the box, I think every OGI Broker will want it ...

 

PM / Mail me if you prefer - happy to assist / advise further

 

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