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You can experience the benefits of jas 7.7 without having to load any software on a PC, as the interface is 100% web-based. jas 7.7 customers benefit from integration of the entire revenue accounting system to manage accounts receivable, lower DSO, reduce past due A/R, minimize bad debt and enhance the productivity and effectiveness of the collections function and sales team.


We understand that all businesses have different metrics in place to run their businesses. jas 7.7 ships standard with a dynamic reporting module that allows customers to report on any element that is in the database. The user-friendly interface allows personnel to build very intricate reporting regardless of their technical aptitude. All reports are the exportable.  



Gallium's accounts receivable product jas 7.7 is helping companies turn past due AR to cash quicker than ever. jas 7.7 is a turnkey product to support all accounts receivable functions of any company. This product uses client-defined strategies (when to send emails, faxes, letters or have a collector call a customer to segregate workflow). The collections module is a direct reflection of the A/R tables so the collectors are working from real-time data. The sales force will have access to the same data as the collectors; they can view all of the notes and correspondence as well as get current balance information. No longer is a salesperson surprised by a customer asking about a collector calling on a past due AR.


jas 7.7 works while you sleep assisting you in contacting four times as many customers through automation. jas 7.7 will assist in notifying each collector on who to call with all of the support documentation accompanying each amount.


jas 7.7 provides the ability to communicate with all customers on a scheduled basis prescribed by management, protecting your biggest assets, your accounts receivable. jas 7.7 also allows for mass faxing and mass emailing of summary invoices, freight bills and supporting documents. This allows companies to focus their human capital on the larger accounts while still maintaining communications with the smaller accounts.