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Where iPOSMOB Supports

This software is applicable in all areas where bill is generated [Retail business, Wholesale business]. It gives us a bird’s eye view of your business and guide you through your peaks and point your shortcomings too.

Product Comprises of many modules like Dashboard, Sales, Purchase, Stock Management, Accounts, Supplier Payment, Customer Receipt, Sales Report, Purchase Report and GST Portal.





Stock Management



GST Portal



Dashboard is an management ‘s information tool, that will help you to visually track, analyze and displays the key performance indicator [KPI] metrics…. and key data points to monitor the health of your business.

In Nutshell, Dashboard is the total handbook of the owner.

It throws light on

  • Total income and sales done
  • Bills generated
  • Evaluate Workmanship
  • Outstanding Receivables
  • Total Payables
  • Sales Ledger wise [cash, card, credit]
  • Business Health Monitor

Total income and sales done

Total income to the company and the sales done can be viewed daily, weekly, monthly and annually too.

Bills generated

The total number of bills generated, total receivables can be viewed at a glance, without any extra effort.

Evaluate Workmanship

Even the error bills which are deleted is displayed, thereby an entrepreneur can easily evaluate workmanship too.

Outstanding Receivables

Outstanding Receivables from our end also will be reminded by Dashboard.

Total Payables

Amount of Income to the business and the mode of income [cash, card, credit] can be viewed in dashboard at a single sight.

On the whole, Dashboard is the entrepreneur’s page which will feed the owner with all the necessary data without any extra effort (or) back calculation. This will help him to pave way for the positive growth of the business. All this can be taken, viewed or presented in a printout form.


Pulse of the business can be caught in three essential components namely profit, reminder and inventory.


Profit component drags us to the minute dealings like profit earning, category, brand and item. This assessment can be further more micro scoped to day wise, Bill wise, Customer wise and Vendor wise.

All this values helps in opening the door to profit, which is the ultimate goal for all the business.


Outstanding Income, Payables and the post dated cheque are the key factors which play vital role in business cash flow.

This reminder tool reminds the above 3 factors with a popup on the first day of the targeted week. This feed the Accounts Department’s weekly target in the beginning of the week.

Customers who are dormant (inactive for some period near time) are easily highlighted in sales/billing, thereby giving us a peppy reminder to approach and get their valuable feedback (either positive or negative) for smelting the company to shed mistakes.


Inventory is the current stock of a business. Top selling products, slow and non-moving products are all discovered and highlighted automatically.


A purchase means to take possession of a given asset, property, item or right by paying a predetermined amount of money for the transactions to be completed successfully. Purchase action steps in stocks entry.


Number of goods or services sold in a given time period.

Stock Management

Stock management is the practice of ordering, storing, tracking and controlling inventory. Stock Management is must to meet the customer needs and to make sure that there is enough material for production. It gives hand in unforeseen conditions.


Accounts are a record or statement of financial expenditure and receipts relating to a particular period or purpose.


Ledger represents the record keeping system for a company’s financial data with debit and credit account records. Ledger also helps us in cross verifying balance in our company’s account with the balance in our current bank account. These profit us the left out entry in our account’s sheet.


Income is the money that is earned or received and is recorded.


Contra account is an account linked to anther account with an opposite reporting balance designed to reduce the amount in the other account.


Expense is a money spent or cost incurred in an organization’s effort to generate revenue representing the cost of doing business. Expenses may be in the form of actual cash payment (such as wages and salaries (a computed expired portion (depreciation) of an asset, or an amount taken out of earnings (such as bad debts).