Tally And Accounting
Tally Solutions has been delivering entire business solutions to MSME (Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise) and, to a considerable extent, LE (Large Enterprise) firms for more than 20 years. Tally, the main product, continues to be the preferred IT solution for a majority of enterprises year after year, with over 3 million customers in over 100 countries.
Tally, the company’s flagship product (which began as a simple bookkeeping system 20 years ago) has evolved into a full, integrated solution that addresses numerous business areas. Accounting, Finance Management, Receivables/Payables, Inventory Accounting, Inventory Management, BoM-based manufacturing inventory, multi-location/multi-currency/multi-unit handling, Budgets and Controls, Cost and Profit Centres, Job Costing, POS, Group Company consolidations, Statutory Taxes (Excise, VAT, CST, TDS, TCS, FBT, and others), Payroll Accounting, and other major and minor capabilities are among them. Over the last 12 years, it has functioned as an ERP for small businesses.
Tally.ERP 9 can be formally labelled with the inclusion of Remote Access, Remote Authentication, Support Centre, Central Administration, and Account Management intrinsically supported in the software. It is feasible that the owner or an authorised user will be able to access all reports and information from a remote place with this capability. Following Tally. ERP 9 Release 3, each successive release will give greater functionality to appeal to major corporate businesses. Tally’s key functional areas are:
From purchase to payment (Purchase Processes)
Ordering, Receipting, Rejections, Discounts, and other Purchase Processes ranging from simple (cash purchase) to advanced (credit card purchase).
From the Order to the Receipt (Sales Processes)
Orders Received, Delivery, Invoicing, Rejections and Receipting, and POS Invoicing at Retail are all examples of simple (cash sales) to advanced sales processes.
From one material to another (Manufacturing Processes)
Material changes ranging from simple to multi-step, discrete and process industry cycles, work in progress, and valuations.
Financial, Inventory, MIS & Analysis, Budgeting & Controls with advanced classification and filtering techniques, Group businesses and various consolidation views, Cross-Period Reporting, Forex handling, Bank Reconciliation, and other reports are available. There’s also an Export button for transferring data to other applications (such as spreadsheets) for further processing.
Observance of the Law
The following are the Compliance Requirements and related configurations in Tally. ERP 9 for the implementation of: TDS/TCS, FBT are examples of direct taxes and Excise, Service Tax, VAT, and CST are examples of indirect taxes.
Remote Enabling Environment
Remote Access Services are managed by Tally Software Services (TSS). It enables the following features: Remote Access – An authenticated user can now access Tally. ERP 9 from any computer system.
Tax Audit Tools – The CA community will now be able to provide clients with cheap services that answer their worries about security and privacy.
Comparison with other languages
Today, several languages are utilised to construct apps around the world. These languages are designed with specific application areas in mind. Some languages are better for front-end development, whereas others are better for writing system programmes. The following are the various categories of languages available today:
Languages at a Basic Level
Low-level languages are those that can communicate with hardware directly. They are made up of instructions that are either supplied directly in computer-readable digital code or in a pseudo code. These languages necessitate extensive hardware knowledge. For example, any Native machine language or Assembly language.
Languages at the Intermediate Level
Like high-level languages, middle-level languages have syntax, rules, and features. They can, however, use low-level languages as part of the code. C, C++, and other programming languages are examples.
Languages of a High Level
The English language is quite similar to high level languages. They’re simple to understand, programme, and troubleshoot. Third Generation and Fourth Generation programming languages are two types of high-level programming languages.
The majority of High Level languages are classified as Third Generation Languages. Third-generation languages are procedural languages, which means that the programmer sets the execution sequence and the machine follows it exactly. The programme is executed sequentially from the starting to the final line of code, taking into account all control instructions and loops.
Languages of the Fourth Generation
The Fourth Generation Languages do not have a precise definition (4GL). The 4GL are typically high-level languages that require far less instructions to complete a task. As a result, a programmer can swiftly build and distribute code. The majority of 4GL are procedural languages.
Tally ERP 9 currently supports nine Indian languages (Hindi, Marathi, Gujarati, Bengali, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Punjabi), as well as Hinglish, Bahasa Melayu, Bahasa Indonesia, Arabic (Saudi Arabia), Urdu, and English (U.K).
This programme provides students with a variety of options. As a fresher, after completing the programme, you can start working as:
- Accounts manager.
- Accountant trainee.
- Tally operator Data entry operator.
- Accounts assistant.
- Trainee accountant.