Easy Software for NGO and INGO

Discussion in 'C Programming' started by amit, Feb 23, 2007.

  1. amit

    amit Guest

    FAMAS is an integrated and comprehensive financial and managment
    acounting system complies with each financial and managment accounting
    stander for NGo and INGO .
    SOME IMPORTANT FEATURES
    1. Transaction analysis codes: That can be created to generate
    different analytical reports and meet the different stake-holders
    requirements.
    2. Multiple currencies : that helps to record and report all
    transactions in multipal currencies.
    3. Data import / export tools that help to import and export data from
    others program and others organizations.
    4. Consolidation Features : that helps to generate consolidated
    reports from verious donors books of account.
    5. Multipal Fiscal year that can be applied to view famas reports in
    multipal and varying calander years.
    6. Add-Ins that provide additional reports on specific users
    requirements or changing future requirements.
    7. Dynamic Budget and Cash flow Forcast on multipal cost centres.

    Fillup the below information for further inquarry.
    Contact Name :
    Organization Name:
    E-mail Address :
    Phone no:

    Call us for Demostration
    Call : 2390177 / 9841206820
    Check it out


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    amit, Feb 23, 2007
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