Reviews (1-1 of 1)
March 30, 2017
Score 1 out of 10
OSAS is being used solely in the finance department. It is used to generate AP checks and to record all financials including AR and bank reconciliation. Only 2 employees access it, myself and our purchasing agent.
- No confusing reporting.
- Easy to follow interface.
- Simplified experience.
- Not user-friendly or intuitive in the least. Even with the instruction manual, it's like part of it is missing or you are expected to know certain items before even looking.
- Reporting is very basic and impossible to customize on the user's end. You must have tech support build them for you. Also, no cross fiscal year reporting.
- Can't cut only one check if you have other invoices already entered in the batch.
- The chart of account codes are not independent. You must build your whole GL for each fund source or program, which leaves you with an unwieldy chart of accounts.
Read Jessica Leffler's full review
I honestly think that it's extremely outdated and don't understand why anyone would still use it. Especially in a non-profit setting. In our field we have to be able to track revenue and expenses by funds, and with the way those funding streams tend to cross an agency or company's fiscal year, the fact that it is virtually impossible to pull the information in that manner restricts a finance department more than anything.
OSAS Scorecard Summary
Feature Scorecard Summary
OSAS is flexible and scalable and contains many features; general accounting features (e.g. a general ledger) are present and also analytics for budgeting and expense management, multiple users with access control, and it contains sales and inventory management features. It is customizable, with custom fields, forms, and functions. Its full breadth provides business intelligence functionality and a CRM if these should be desired, and the software is mobile-accessible. Given the many ways in which OSAS can be implemented its cost will vary.
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