BPCS has a newer version of BPCS financial system that would give you the
functionality and flexibility you need. They (Infor) call it CEA. This acronym
means Configurable Enterprise Accounting. It can do everything you need, and
interfaces with BPCS.

Ric Weide

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1. Budgeting Software search (Michael Perna)


message: 1
date: Wed, 9 Jan 2008 15:25:02 -0800
from: "Michael Perna" <MPerna@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
subject: [BPCS-L] Budgeting Software search

Our finance department would like to establish budgeting system which is
hierarchical in nature that can interface with BPCS.

G/L accounts may or may not be assigned to each tier, so a roll up would
be needed.

We are currently running version 4.03 BPCS and the budgeting system
leaves a lot to be desired...

Ideally, the software would interface with A/P to apply the actual
amounts as well.

Example: Budgeting for Computer Maintenance may be $10,000 monthly
for a total of $120,000. In the g/l system a number would exist for
"Computer Maintenance".

However, the monthly amount would be broken down
by more detailed descriptions such as service agreements, toner, etc.

I appreciate any information or guidance I get.

Best regards,

Michael Perna
Business Systems Analyst - Finance

Contessa Premium Foods
P.O. Box 1950, San Pedro, CA 90733, USA, Earth
www.contessa.com <http://www.contessa.com/>


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