DataWorks speaks your language and the language of all your systems. With our strong history of innovation and ever-expanding strategic partnerships DataWorks has created industry standards and developed proven interfaces that can exchange information in all areas of business from POS to Accounting to with virtually any other software system out there. Whether you need to exchange sales transaction data, capture customer information, import vendor databases or send financial information to your accounting systems, be confident that with over 25 years building proven interfaces DataWorks can keep all your systems in sync.•
Inventory and sales systems, working in harmony...that’s what it takes to ensure that you know what you’ve sold and what’s still sitting on your shelves. For our DataWorks POS module, we offer a proven two-way interface for every major point-of-sale system on the market. This module eliminates the need for double data entry by seamlessly sending item information to your POS system(s) and collecting sales (and even customer) data to maintain accurate inventory tracking.
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• Simphony 1
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Import / EDI
Seasonal items and other frequent vendor catalog changes can result in time-consuming data entry for buyers, especially enterprise organizations. Streamline your efforts by entering the new information in a pre-formatted Excel spreadsheet and having DataWorks instantly create your products. You can also choose direct electronic data import (EDI) from your vendors to manage pricing and purchase orders. Either way, it’s faster and easier to order new products with all the heavy lifting done.
Avoid the need for double entries and the risk of human error with our vendor data imports and AP/GL exports for third-party accounting systems. Accounts payable invoices and general ledger entries flow directly into Lawson™, Solomon®, Dynamics™, Informix®, and others. This module reflects credits and debits from inventory assets and AP liabilities, and it updates your income statements, revenue, cost of goods and expense accounts.