Systems Dynamics Business Suite (SDBS) covers all common operational level systems needed for running any business unit anywhere in the world. It includes many reports that support planning and control functions of the management SDBS exceeds most ERP functionalities as it also includes knowledge management, business modeling, intelligent communications besides workflow programs The current version can be implemented in the English-speaking world in multiple geographies and multiple currencies.
SDBS comprises a set of integrated business application modules. However, some of them could be implemented independently, for e.g. Payroll has no prerequisite module.
SDBS is suitable for use of small to large enterprises through flexible customisable installation and license pricing schemes.
Tiny or small enterprises are recommended to use SDBS through the SaaS (Software as a Service) subscription model in which the user needs no investment in IT infrastructure and associated overheads but pays a monthly charge that is linked to his data size and transactions volume or else the number of users.
The medium and large size enterprises having their own IT infrastructure and IT staff can install the Server License version although they can also go for SaaS model.
SDBS supports “n” level of business units in a hierarchy. The facility of rolling up the financial data to any level in the hierarchy is available in real-time.
The programs support a fine grained security policy that controls access to data and master files for employees, consultants, auditors, customers and suppliers.
The constituent modules comprising SDBS are briefly described below.
Organisation Process Model – A module, which is meant to contain all common information about the user’s organisation like management constitution, year established, group companies, units, addresses, banks associations, departments etc. This set of information is shared with other modules, therefore, it is a prerequisite to all modules.
Financial Accounting (FAS) – This package is generalised and highly scalable, therefore, it can be used by tiny to very large businesses, professionals, NGOs or government departments. More, click here
Payroll Accounting System (PACS) – This package can take care of regular staff on payroll as well as daily wagers. Flexibility in setting-up allowances and deductions by user defined categories and even labels for each item makes the program suitable and generalised enough for most organisations. However, for tax conformance and statutory allowances which vary from country to country, customisation may be needed. The program currently complies with Indian rules and regulations. More, click here
Sales Management System (SMS) – This program can take care of invoicing, delivery memos (packing slips) and accounting automation. SMS can be used to manage a multi-level pricing structure with rules for changing at the time of invoicing. It can send quotations based on requirements, generate invoices, reconciliation of orders and it is integrated with Financial Accounts. It can generate reports for aggregate sales by territories, products or sales personnel. More, click here
Purchase Management System (PMS) –The program supports transactions of enquiry, quotation and purchase order placement. Reconciliation and payment processing with interface to Financial Accounting System and Inventory Management System. It can be used by manufacturers and traders. More, click here
Fixed Assets & Depreciation Management (FAD) – The program helps to keep track of all Fixed Assets and calculations of depreciation or valuation on a given date of all assets. The calculation of depreciation by two methods is provided – straight line method and sinking fund method. The program has interface with Financial Accounting System. More, click here
Inventory Management System (IMS) – IMS provides you a full fledged MRP-1 type of inventory system. Besides routine transactions, it can perform valuation by different methods including FIFO; it can track stocks by item name, batch number and also serial number. It supports transactions of consumption, production to/from conversion centres and storage centres. For a given plan of production, it can compute requirements of inputs at each conversion centre through successive stages of manufacture /processing using the bill of material or standard recipe data for each assembly/process at each “conversion or production centre”. More, click here
Security Management – The system supports multiple administrators who in turn can manage unlimited number of users. The users can be assigned rights over tasks with or without qualifications. Many of these are generalised or customised. The security administration works via the web. More, click here.
Media Operations – This program helps in preparation of release orders to be issued to advertising agents. It can keep track of orders details and help the user in bill passing by comparing the release orders with the evidence of execution, for e.g. newspaper ad, or telecast certificate of spots of users’ ads with specific names. More, click here.
Time Management for Employees (TIME) – The purpose of this program is to primarily to plan, track and manage time in assignments to employees (or any resource person) and secondly to build, use and improve the process model for all tasks – those performed in client engagements and also internal office work. The program can also generate bills for time spent on projects and produce summaries of performance. More, click here.
Business Model & Work Flow – The program helps in building a business process model, assigning processes to employees, defining workflows and their execution and monitoring. Progress and overdues can be found by each process owner or the supervisor. The system also has an intelligent communication tool that helps in collaboration and issues tracking and escalation. The system helps build several repositories and a knowledge management system which over time can become the biggest asset of any organisation. More, click here.
Business Intelligence – The latest version will utilise BI (Business Intelligence) features of the database management system. Many dashboards will be provided to the users to get a snapshot of the business situation in their functional areas. For e.g. Customer Dashboard will depict the current situation with respect to receivables, pending orders, orders & payment history besides other useful data.
MCRS – The latest version will utilise BI (Business Intelligence) features of the database management system. Many dashboards will be provided to the users to get a snapshot of the business situation in their functional areas. For e.g. Customer Dashboard will depict the current situation with respect to receivables, pending orders, orders & payment history besides other useful data.