SQL-Ledger is a double entry accounting system. Accounting data is stored in an SQL Database Server and a standard web browser can be used as its user interface.
The entire system is linked through a chart of accounts. Each item in inventory is linked to income, expense, inventory and tax accounts. When items are sold and purchased the accounts are automatically updated.
The system uses the Perl language with a database interface module for processing and PostgreSQL for data storage.
Configuration files let you specify to which SQL database server to connect to, personal preferences such as company name, language, number and date format, etc.
- Accounts Receivable.
- Accounts Payable.
- Voucher System.
- General Ledger.
- Inventory Control.
- Billing / Invoicing.
- Early Payment Discounts.
- Time Cards.
- Recurring Invoices.
- Point of Sale.
- Check Printing.
- Purchase / Sales Orders.
- Customizable Taxes.
- Audit Control.
- Foreign Currency.
- Access Control.
- SQL server backend:
- PostgreSQL or Oracle.
- Customizable Templates.
- Assemblies (BOM, kits).
- Chart of Accounts.
- Customizable Reports.
- Financial Statements.
- Administration Module.
- Application Interface:
- Customized scripts.
- Customized menus.
- Console interface.
- Batching transactions.
- Backup to file/email:
- Backup data to a file or send to an email account for off-line storage.
- Data is stored in ASCII format.
- Backups can also be imported into a spreadsheet for further processing.
- Restore data at the same or another location.
- Restoring data requires shell level access to prevent accidental overwrites.
- Import from CSV file.
- Use on Handhelds such as Nokia 770 tablets.
Developer: DWS Systems Inc.
License: GNU GPL v2
SQL-Ledger is written in Perl. Learn Perl with our recommended free books and free tutorials.
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