Stock taking and cost estimating
Every time a product is sold or purchased it is recorded in the stock taking system to easily keep track of stock levels.
Each product sold can have a Bill of Materials (BOM) associated with it.
The BOM defines what other products go into producing the end product and hence can be used to estimate the cost of the product and to adjust the stock levels of it’s component products.
Online sales support
Online sales can have their fulfilment state tracked so that you can see which ones need to be packed and which ones are ready to go.
Support for partial fulfilment, courier selection with optional tracking number input and easy printing of invoices with combined address labels provide extensive support for online sales.
The system has built-in reporting for VAT returns and EC sales lists. Reporting can be done monthly or quarterly depending on how you are registered with HMRC.
Self assessment returns
Both short-form and long-form returns are supported and the system will provide data for the income and expense sections of the self assessment form.
Accounting & reporting
AngelBooks produces standard Balance Sheet, Profit and Loss and Cash Flow reports to provide you with important information on your business. In addition, it has individual product reports which show the sales performance of each product and the gross profit they are generating. All reports can be easily exported as .csv files for easy import into spreadsheets if required.
Easy bank account consolidation
The system is integrated with PayPal, meaning it can automatically pick up sales, purchases and bank transfers from your PayPal account. For other bank accounts, bank statements in QIF, OFX and CSV formats can be easily imported.
It’s browser based
This means it can be used on PCs, MACs, tablets and mobile phones without the need for any fiddly software installation. All popular browsers are supported including IE, Chrome, Firefox, Safari and Opera.
It’s easy to use
AngelBooks has been designed to be easy to use and to minimise accounting jargon as much as possible.
You can add as many users of the system as you require as your business expands
(and for no additional cost!).