Optimization of the 2.0 Version CBMS II Invoicing / Accounts Receivable / Inventory System at Burroughs Corporation
Kienle, Judith G.
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This report will deal mainly with the Invoicing programs and their interfaces (interactions) with the Accounts Receivable, Inventory and General Ledger modules. The Invoicing module provides the user with a method of creating invoices and recording sales and tax information. The Accounts Receivable module keeps customer account information by recording invoices and payments, and provides management reports during processing. Both Inventory modules provide stock recording and operating reports. The reports for the Inventory Management System module are more numerous and detailed than those for the Inventory Control module. The General Ledger module provides comprehensive financial statements from which the profit profile and financial position of a company can be analyzed. As with the B-BO, all the modules of CBMS II have been designed to allow the user as much flexibility as possible. A Constant/Literal Entry file exists for each module which permits the user to change. program headings, messages and constants as desired. CEMS II also allows the user to operate on systems ranging from the 60K byte B-80 to the B-800, a slightly larger machine with from 64K to 128K bytes of internal memory, and soon, even to the B-1800, a still larger computer.