Additional information for SYMPAQ SQL
Key features of SYMPAQ SQL
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- Accounts payable module
- Accounts receivable module
- ADP payroll interface
- Billing & revenue module
- Cash management module
- Electronic time card interface
- General ledger
- Job cost module
- Labor & leave module
- Purchase order module
- Indirect cost accumulation and allocation
- Accumulation of actual direct costs
- Calculation of multiple indirect rates
- Inception-to-date job or task detail
- Tracking and segregation of unallowable costs
- Uncompensated overtime
- Bid and proposal
- Segregation of direct and indirect costs
- Employee labor tracking
- General & administrative expenses
- Overhead expenses
- Occupancy expenses
- Claimed allocation bases
- Summary schedule of costs
- Comparative analysis
- Contract briefs
- DCAA and A-133 compliance
Government contractors can use the electronic time cards interface for one-step import and validation of timekeeping data which is processed as native time card data through the labor and leave module.
Users can ensure accurate and complete payroll reports with the ADP payroll interface that creates and exports files, and maps the earnings category codes between both ADP and SYMPAQ.
Contractors can avoid manually re-entering employee reimbursements using the expense import utility which enables companies to import validated expense reports directly into the system.
SYMPAQ SQL users can take advantage of the Unanet PSA interface that helps organizations to more effectively and accurately plan, track, and manage projects as well as project reporting, resource management, timesheets and more, all via the web.
Government contractors can use the payroll module to benefit from auto-generated payroll records with time and attendance data application, as well as determine gross-to-net pay utilizing the federal and state tax tables.