Integrated Accounting

point-of-sale-accountingPoint of sale and accounting – CounterPoint makes it easy!

If you’re like most business owners, you’re probably paying an outside accounting firm thousands of dollars every year to provide accounting services for your business.

And that’s in addition to all the time and money you’re already spending on your internal bookkeeping and accounting functions.

Plus, you normally have to wait days or weeks to get your month-end financials back.

Save time and energy

With Counterpoint’s built in point of sale accounting interfaces you’ll see a significant reduction in hours and effort to maintain control over the finances of your business.

Interfaces to most popular accounting programs

CounterPoint’s point of sale accounting system interfaces work seamlessly with many popular accounting packages, including QuickBooks, Business Works, and Small Business Financials. We even offer a generic “export” feature to work with any accounting package that offers and import feature.

Financial reports for better management

Because CounterPoint provides accounting interfaces from within the point of sale module, you can “feed” your accounting program as often as you like. Daily, weekly and monthly interfaces can happen in a snap.

That means you can have instant financials – profit and loss reports, balance sheets and more. A great tool to give you, your bank and your accountant peace of mind… and the information they’re all looking for.

Need more details?

For a complete description of how this point of sale accounting feature works, give us a call at 734-453-9200 or toll free at 855-243-8767.  We can answer your questions and help you see how this powerful feature can reduce the time it takes you to get the financial reports YOU need to manage your business to greater profitability.

What CounterPoint users say about the integrated accounting feature…

“We utilize the software extensively every day. Not only do the store managers use it to track sales, but accounting uses it to track open payables, un-invoiced receivings, gross profit margins, time cards, customer deposits, gift certificate liability, accounts receivable, and inventory balances.”

Gail S. – Retail Business, Controller