Simcomsys About us.

We are a small information Technology business in Upland Ca since 1986 in the same location under the same roof. We sell products from a store front to walk in customers as well to customers on the Internet using an on-line shopping cart that is integrated into the websba.com Accounting and Production Management Cloud computing software.

The in-house server is configured to host the simcomsys.com domain with the Cloud Computing websba.com software package.  The server is connected to the Internet with a fast connection and a static IP address.  With this setup our customers have been making purchases using the websba.com on line shopping cart.  All sales and Accounting data is seamlessly integrated into one data base that can be accessed securely from anywhere at any time using a web connected PC including a smart phone and or an iPad. With an MS Access data base can download and upload data base for backup and off site safe keeping.

 With this integrated system, we have brought cloud into our own office.  We use a medium size Intel Server with Microsoft Windows server 2008 or newer.  Customers find us on the Web by the Domain name.  They securely log in with a valid customer ID and Password and enter a transaction from anywhere at any time. The system supports multiple users with different levels of privilege. The system includes all basic Accounting functions with Production Management & Time Attendance with Payroll, Fixed Asset Management with depreciation

            More about WebSBA.com the Cloud Computing Computing Accounting System.

WebSBA.com was developed for and it is used by Brick and Mortar business “simcom.com” an integrator of  Custom Built” Computer systems in Upland California and by Practicing Accountants.

 The software package was developed to fill a need integrators had on the early 1080s when there was no such a package commercially available on neither as servers based nor as cloud based. In fact we could computing was on its’ infancy at the time if it existed at all.   

The Websba.com cloud computing software was configured and has being used successfully since 2003 in at least three domains: www.websba.com as an Accounting Service,  www.simcom.com and   www.simcomsys.com  as an integrated total system solution for sales and accounting with Production Management. The system helps to effectively and efficiently manage  in-house and on-line Sales along with  Inventory, Production, Time  & Attendance, Payroll, Fixed assets and our Checkbook.

Websba.com has been perfected and configured to install on any typical Windows Server system with fast connection to the Internet and literally bring the cloud to the office. Here are some examples. www.uplandoffices.com www.simcomsys.com www.accountinglive.biz www.skyaccounting.biz www.booksoncloud.biz and others

 We are now offering it for sale to  Accountants to expand their practice to the Internet and Entrepreneurs to integrate their Brick and Mortar business with Internet sales and manage their business remotely.  Below are some user sites  that use have brought the cloud into their office explain how they use the program.

 

 

Websba.com is an integrated CLOUD computingbased complete multi-user Accounting with Production Management system that has been reconfigured to install on any “privatedomain.com”. It is ideal for small “brick and mortar” business and practicing Accountants who endeavor to expand their sales and services to the Internet. With websba.com software any small business can bring the Cloud into their in-house Windows Network Server and provide worldwide controlled secure access to their information system. No need for VPN or risky remote connections to the server.Websba.com is an integrated CLOUD based complete information system (Accounting, Production & Fixed Asset Management, Payroll with Time and Attendance including Shopping Cart).  

This websba.com system evolved from an empirical basic need of a small business that purchased component parts (hardware and software) and integrated them into a finished product to replenish inventory and or to sale to customers who physically visited the store and to others who browsed the web.   Systems that provided these features existed in the market for large companies but required a large investment in hardware and personnel that was not feasible for small business.  With good understanding of cost Accounting and Manufacturing processes we undertook the task of developing a web based smaller system that would imitate the systems available on mainframe systems.

We used programming languages that were conducive to on line operation (web centric) such as html and basic and java scripting unlike the network centric languages used in the larger systems.  Websba.com system went on line in 2003 and demonstrably helped to effectively and efficiently manage the small "brick and mortar" computer integration business. In today’s parlance one would say “it brought the cloud in the office” back in 2003.   Websba.com has been offered to other small brick and mortar system integrators, restaurants, property managers and practicing accountants on a subscription basis.

Websba.com has now been reconfigured to install on any typical in house windows server.  It requires a fast connection to the Internet and any private domain name. Now any small business can purchase this complete proprietary system for private use and not for resale.  

 

Websba.com Websba.com  data can be accessed securely from anywhere at any time if the server is connected to the Internet, if the Server is connected to the Internet, using a web connected PC, IPad  or an Ipad or smart phone. 

 The system comprises all the functions needed to run a brick and mortar and/or an on-line small business: 1) Basic accounting functions 2) Inventory and Production Management (Bills of Material, Work Orders, Inventory ordering and Sales Forecasting) 3) Time and Attendance with Payroll, 4) Fixed Asset Management with depreciation and 5) on line Sales ordering with Shopping cart. The system handles many “user accounts” that can be securely accessed on the cloud from anywhere at any time with preconfigured privileges (IDs and Passwords) that are user controllable. When the system is used with Microsoft Access, it provides for data base backup and off site safe keeping (database downloading and uploading).  That is, a user can download the database from the cloud for off-sit safe keeping and upload it to the cloud when needed. We found no other program in the internet offering such flexibility. It is ideal for “Brick and Mortar” business and for Accounting practitioners who endeavor to expand their business and practice to the cloud. 

The system performs satisfactorily in a small business environment with medium size (Intel® Core™ and Xeon Processors) Servers with Microsoft Windows server 2008 operating in a multi user environment with one fast connection to the Internet and a fixed (static)  IP address bound to a private domain. Visitors with valid ID and Password to the Private domain have exclusive access to the websba.com data base but  are totally segregated from any other area on the server.  

As stated in the original Press Release WebSBA.com was developed by small business as a tool to improve marketing, operational, and accounting effectiveness of small businesses.  It is now offered as a service to other small businesses with similar goals. It requires no large investments (no equipment or programs to purchase and maintain). Any business can subscribe to the service and match the well-touted features offered by larger companies, at a fraction of the cost. The application resides on our web server and can be accessed by business subscribers and their customers from anywhere at any time via their web browser.

The accounting features include:

  • General Ledger
  • Purchasing and Sales Order Management
  • Inventory Control and Production Management
  • Bill of Material for Product Design and Costing/Pricing
  • Time-phased, "Just-in-time" Material Ordering
  • Check Book Functions and Reporting on Financial Position

The e-commerce features fully integrate with the entire accounting system.

  • Shopping cart and real-time order placement
  • Order status reviewing
  • Dynamic e-store generation (Changes to product description and pricing immediately

reflect on the subscriber's web site)

Some of the benefits our subscribers receive include:

  • Centralized data, accessed from anywhere at any time.
  • The system can be easily maintained by non-technical users.
  • Increased sales and improved customer service through e-commerce.
  • Improved efficiency by giving customers self-service access.
  • Offsite data storage with reduced overhead of incompatible programs.
  • Web-generated sales and web-based management.

The picture on the top right depicts a typical scenario. An authorized customer is placing an order using the e-commerce features available on the WebSBA server. Simultaneously, another prospective customer is reviewing product offerings or a previous order. The business manager, with full control of the accounting modules, is releasing a customer’s order and possibly acquiring any needed components from a vendor.

 

 

                                                                                  More about the System  (original publishing)

What is WebSBA?

WebSBA and WebSBA Plus are software programs designed for small businesses as a "total solution" for accounting and e-commerce.  The accounting, production management, e-commerce and point of sale, features, are seamlessly integrated to access a shared database in real time.  WebSBA is available as a web based service. WebSBA Plus is  a Windows-compliant application, that  can be installed on a single-user's workstation or in a client-server environment (traditional or wirelessnetworking). As traditional accounting system with seamless integration to e-Commerce and shopping cart, it offers the option of accepting orders from the Web, concurrently with in-house placed orders.

Both programs consist of four distinct parts:  Small Business Accounting, Production Management, Point of sale, and e-commerce.  On WebSBA service, the application and data reside solely on the Web server and can be accessed by business subscribers and their customers from anywhere at anytime via their web browser.  On WebSBA Plus in-house server alternative, the application and data reside on the customer’s server and only orders can be placed form the Web. 

The web scenario graphic below depicts an authorized customer placing an order on the cart, using the e-commerce features available on the WebSBA server. Simultaneously, another prospective customer is reviewing product offerings or a previous order. The business manager, with full control of the accounting modules, is releasing a customer’s order and possibly acquiring any needed components from a vendor.

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WebSBA is an integrated Small Business Accounting application with, production management, Point of Sale and e-commerce. There are two separate releases of the application. The first, WeSBA.com, is offered as service on the Web for those who need full functionality of the application from anywhere at any time. The second, WebSBA Plus is offered as a traditional Windows application. It can be installed  on a work station, traditional or wireless network. Those who prefer an internal install have a choice of using the POS function or receiving orders via the Web. The integrated touch screen POS function is included in the second release for high volume businesses.  Both releases offer seamless integration of accounting and e-commerce functions and work with MS Access or MS SQL databases platforms.  The accounting function includes Bill of Material (BOM), time-phased inventory ordering (MRP). The e-commerce function offers the capability to publish a product catalog and receive orders on-line. The optional on-line ordering tool can be used to reduce order entry costs and make it convenient for customers to place their orders. The picture on the home page of websba.com,  illustrates a typical scenario for the websba.com release. 1. An authorized customer is placing an order after reviewing an on-line catalog. 2. Another customer is reviewing the status on an order placed earlier. 3. A business manager, with full control of the accounting modules, reviews and releases the incoming orders, while at the same time he/she compares the orders to the forecast and to the inventory on hand. When a product reaches a re-order level, a purchase order with a vendor could be conveniently placed. In the Plus release only orders can be placed and their status reviewed by registered customers, from the Web. 

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The following  is a  narrative  description  of the program, as depicted by the above Diagram. The squares represent processes. The squares with cut bottom represent reports and the cylinders represent data bases. Starting from the Company group of programs "Chart of Accounts" on the  upper right of the diagram: 

1. Company

The Company module includes all G/L and reporting functions. The "Chart of Accounts " program in this module, provides for entering and editing the table of chart of accounts. A typical chart of accounts is included with the Application. A user can change the Account names to match  his business. A preferences function is included to customize Company name, financial statements and stating numbers of invoices and POs. Other functions related to financial management and reporting are included in the company module.

The General Journal related programs are provided for the function of making accounting adjustment entries and auditing accounting entries in the transaction file.

The "Write Checks" program is provided for the purpose of  making  any scheduled or non-scheduled payment outside of A/P. Cash deposits as well as customer payment on account are made using this function.

Month end and year end functions are performed here.

General ledger and financial statement reports can be printed from this module.

Every transaction effecting the General Ledger, is logged into the Transaction file from where it finds its way to the appropriate account and  financial  reporting.

The "Close Period" program is used to move the balances forward, produce a printout  and export the data for further reference 

2. Products. (The Inventory module).

After customization of the CoA and company data, a user will need to enter a list if items or services for sale into the Products (inventory) database. All inventory related functions are included in this module. Go here to create and maintain Inventory records.  The "Create new Products" program provides for data input, via a self explanatory input form. You can create three types of inventory items in this module: Regular components which are created as type "C", Assemblies created as type "A’" and Finished products created as "F". An Assembly or Finished product is defined as an inventory item made up of other assemblies or components. The structure of a product which was created as an assembly is defined in the "create/edit function of the "Production" module. The approach of creating new and managing existing (products, customers, suppliers, orders) is consistent within all modules. Firstly create new, then manage the existing entries (make changes including deletions).

(The "Product ID" is a mandatory field and it can be either numeric or alpha. The "Type" field is needed to allow for the creation of a bill of material. No bill of material can be created for an item unless the item was created as type "A" or "F" in the inventory module. The program allows for input of price, cost and last cost. The average cost is computed and not editable. There is no FIFO or LIFO capability at this time. The optional fields of labor, overhead and markup are used to compute the cost of assemblies. The "quantities ordered" and "lead time" fields are used for EOQ and MRP quantities. The last fields are provided for HTML links to pictures and text description of products displayed in a web page for e-commerce.

Maintenance of inventory records is limited to cosmetic changes including changes to the sale price. Quantities on hand and last cost can only be accomplished using the physical inventory function.

4. Suppliers. (The Purchasing Module)

Commonly, the third logical step for a starting company is to enter Vendors for the purpose of purchasing products for use or re-sale. As in the previous section,   the "Create Vendors"  program will be used to create a vendor.  A separate program is provided in this section to subsequently enter  purchase orders. A different program "Receive Purchase Orders" will be used upon delivery,  to receive  the products,  in the inventory and generate an accounts payable liability. The entry will be included in the next generation of the Accounts Payable report. The program "Make A/P Payment" in the right lower part of the Transaction file will facilitate payments to the vendors. All purchasing Functions are included in this module. Go to this module to create and maintain Supplier and Purchase order records. The prerequisites of creating a Purchase Order are the presence of a Supplier, an inventory record and an account in the chart to accumulate inventory costs. The "Maintain a Purchase Order" function includes editing a Purchase Order before partial or full receipt. You go to this function to Delete the complete order, Change ordered quantities, review and add items to the order. You go here to make a full or partial receipt of an order and to make an A/P payment for a received PO. The function provides for recording vendor reference numbers. That is vendor invoice number and check number.

Go to this function to produce A/P reports.

4. The Production Management Module

In WebSBA Plus this group of programs is included under the products group. It is provided for those businesses that purchase materials for manufacture or assembly. All Engineering and production related functions are included in this module. Go here to create an Engineering bill of material first. This will be the standard bill used to compute the cost and sale price of a finished product. The sale price is computed based on the cost and markup specified in the finished product record.

Go here to make changes to the standard bill.

Go here to rollup cost and price for every assembly or finished product.

Go here to computer inventory requirements over a specific horizon given a sales master schedule and BOM.  

Go here to  enter work orders for production.

Find all assemblies containing certain component.

Go to this module to issue work orders to produce specific quantities of assemblies, also to print the production bill and create labels for each product in the order.

 

5. The Sales Module

Now that we have a chart of accounts, products and vendors, we are ready to enter customers. Go here to create Customer and Sales Order records. (A customer an inventory record and an inventory account in the chart are the prerequisites for creating a sales order). The sales order doesn’t reserve any quantities and it will allow the inventory quantities to go negative. Accounting entries will be made upon creation of the invoice from sales order.The "Enter Customers" program is  provided to  create and or edit the customer table. Again a separate program is provided in this section to enter sales orders and a different one to create invoices upon confirmation of the Sales Order. The "Receive Payment" program is written to facilitate cash receipts from  A/R.The sales module is very similar to the supplier’s module.

All functions related to sales are included in this module.

Modifying a Sales Order, just in a purchase order, includes changes deletion of the order, changes quantities in the order, releasing the order thus making it an invoice. No changes allowed after the invoice is closed.

Receive payments from customers on invoices and record reference numbers of the payment.

Go to this module to delete a paid invoice when it is no longer needed.

Accessing the Functions.

All functions are conveniently accessed from a program menu on both releases. In The WebSBA.com you can use the Navigator or the  Main Menu. The navigator menu toggles with the main menu. An experienced used may work with the main menu from where he can easily access every function. The navigator graphically describes the program operation making the selection of the functions more intuitive. The arrows point to the direction of the transaction flow and illustrate the logical relationship of the program modules. It can be used as a learning tool for a beginner.

In the WebSBA Plus program the functions can be accessed form the corresponding drop down menu which is displayed on across the top of the start up page. The internal architecture of both releases is based on a basic accounting 101 textbook and focuses on a business entity that purchases materials from vendors (suppliers) for manufacture and or direct resale. In such an entity a typical transaction cycle begins with a customer’s order or marketing forecast based on anticipated demand of products. Purchase orders can be issued to replenish depleted inventories, or to acquire the components needed to build specified finished products. After receipt the products become available for sale to customers or they are forwarded to production floor for manufacture or assembly. The program provides for the addition of labor and overhead costs as well as mark up to determine the sale price to the customer.   

If manufacturing or assembly processes are involved to produce a finished product, a bill of material is needed to defines processes and quantities for every assembly. Such a structure is often referred to as standard bill of material and is used to compute the cost of an assembly as well as to . this module provides for the creation of standard and actual production bill of material.  The rollup cost and MRP functions of the production module use the standard bill structure to calculate standard cost and sale price of assemblies and finished products as well as quantities needed to meet a demand over a specified horizon and or specific order. The where used function also uses the standard bill to locate where components are used in assemblies.

After completion of a work order the quantity specified in the work order will be available in the inventory module for sale to customers. After the sale the cycle begins again.   

All transactions are recorded in the G/L in real time. The specific accounting entries for all transaction are also recorded, for audit purposes’ in the transaction table. They are appropriately cleared during month end and year end processes.  

 Just like the WebSBA.com version, the WebSBA Plus program design, is based on a basic accounting 101 textbook and focuses on a business entity that purchases materials from vendors (suppliers) for manufacture and or direct resale. A typical transaction cycle begins with a customer’s order or marketing forecast based on anticipated demand of products.

As a result of the direct order or forecast, purchase orders are issued to replenish depleted inventories, or to acquire the components needed to build specified finished products. Upon receipt, the ordered products will be available for sale to customers or forwarded to production floor where they will be subjected to add on value (labor and overhead) for eventual sale to customers.

If manufacturing or assembly processes are involved to produce a finished product, a bill of material is prepared that defines processes and quantities for every assembly. Such a structure is often referred to as standard bill of material and is used to compute the cost of an assembly. Both the standard an actual production bill of material are created in the production module. The rollup cost and MRP functions of the production module use the standard bill structure to calculate standard cost and sale price of assemblies and finished products as well as quantities needed to meet a demand over a specified horizon and or specific order. The where used function also uses the standard bill to locate where components are used in assemblies.

 

After completion of a work order the quantity specified in the work order will be available in the inventory module for sale to customers. After the sale the cycle begins again.

All transactions are recorded in the G/L in real time. The specific accounting entries for all transaction are also recorded, for audit purposes’ in the transaction table. They are appropriately cleared during month end and year end processes.

Both versions of the program use either MS Access or MS SQL data based. There is an one to one correspondence of the modules between the programs thus allowing the to use the same database.

 

 The system comprises all the functions needed to run a brick and mortar and/or an on-line small business: 1) Basic accounting functions 2) Inventory and Production Management (Bills of Material, Work Orders, Inventory ordering and Sales Forecasting) 3) Time and Attendance with Payroll, 4) Fixed Asset Management with depreciation and 5) on line Sales ordering with Shopping cart. The system handles many “user accounts” that can be securely accessed on the cloud from anywhere at any time with preconfigured privileges (IDs and Passwords) that are user controllable. When the system is used with Microsoft Access, it provides for data base backup and off site safe keeping (database downloading and uploading).  That is, a user can download the database from the cloud for off-sit safe keeping and upload it to the cloud when needed. We found no other program in the internet offering such flexibility. It is ideal for “Brick and Mortar” business and for Accounting practitioners who endeavor to expand their business and practice to the cloud. 

In our premises we use medium size (Intel® Core™ and Xeon Processors) Servers with Microsoft Windows server 2008 or newer.  One fast connection to the Internet via a fixed IP address.  We host multiple domains in our servers but have configured our private domain to access the websba.com software exclusively.  Visitors with valid ID and Password to our Private domain have exclusive access to the websba.com only. They are totally segregated from any other area on the server.  

As stated in the original Press Release WebSBA.com was developed by small business as a tool to improve marketing, operational, and accounting effectiveness of small businesses.  It is now offered as a service to other small businesses with similar goals. It requires no large investments (no equipment or programs to purchase and maintain). Any business can subscribe to the service and match the well-touted features offered by larger companies, at a fraction of the cost. The application resides on our web server and can be accessed by business subscribers and their customers from anywhere at any time via their web browser.

The accounting features include:

  • General Ledger
  • Purchasing and Sales Order Management
  • Inventory Control and Production Management
  • Bill of Material for Product Design and Costing/Pricing
  • Time-phased, "Just-in-time" Material Ordering
  • Check Book Functions and Reporting on Financial Position

The e-commerce features fully integrate with the entire accounting system.

  • Shopping cart and real-time order placement
  • Order status reviewing
  • Dynamic e-store generation (Changes to product description and pricing immediately

reflect on the subscriber's web site)

Some of the benefits our subscribers receive include:

  • Centralized data, accessed from anywhere at any time.
  • The system can be easily maintained by non-technical users.
  • Increased sales and improved customer service through e-commerce.
  • Improved efficiency by giving customers self-service access.
  • Offsite data storage with reduced overhead of incompatible programs.
  • Web-generated sales and web-based management.

The picture on the top right depicts a typical scenario. An authorized customer is placing an order using the e-commerce features available on the WebSBA server. Simultaneously, another prospective customer is reviewing product offerings or a previous order. The business manager, with full control of the accounting modules, is releasing a customer’s order and possibly acquiring any needed components from a vendor.

 

 

 

 

 

WebSBA.com a Cloud Accounting System

Websba.com is an integrated CLOUD based complete multi-user Accounting with Production Management system that has been reconfigured to install on any “privatedomain.com”. It is ideal for small “brick and mortar” business and practicing Accountants who endeavor to expand their sales and services to the Internet. With websba.com software any small business can bring the Cloud into their in-house Windows Network Server and provide worldwide controlled secure access to their information system. No need for VPN or risky remote connections to the server.Websba.com is an integrated CLOUD based complete information system (Accounting, Production & Fixed Asset Management, Payroll with Time and Attendance including Shopping Cart).  

This websba.com system evolved from an empirical basic need of a small business that purchased component parts (hardware and software) and integrated them into a finished product to replenish inventory and or to sale to customers who physically visited the store and to others who browsed the web.   Systems that provided these features existed in the market for large companies but required a large investment in hardware and personnel that was not feasible for small business.  With good understanding of cost Accounting and Manufacturing processes we undertook the task of developing a web based smaller system that would imitate the systems available on mainframe systems.

We used programming languages that were conducive to on line operation (web centric) such as html and basic and java scripting unlike the network centric languages used in the larger systems.  Websba.com system went on line in 2003 and demonstrably helped to effectively and efficiently manage the small "brick and mortar" computer integration business. In today’s parlance one would say “it brought the cloud in the office” back in 2003.   Websba.com has been offered to other small brick and mortar system integrators, restaurants, property managers and practicing accountants on a subscription basis.

Websba.com has now been reconfigured to install on any typical in house windows server.  It requires a fast connection to the Internet and any private domain name. Now any small business can purchase this complete proprietary system for private use and not for resale.  

 

This data can be accessed securely from anywhere at any time using a web connected PC or smart phone. 

 The system comprises all the functions needed to run a brick and mortar and/or an on-line small business: 1) Basic accounting functions 2) Inventory and Production Management (Bills of Material, Work Orders, Inventory ordering and Sales Forecasting) 3) Time and Attendance with Payroll, 4) Fixed Asset Management with depreciation and 5) on line Sales ordering with Shopping cart. The system handles many “user accounts” that can be securely accessed on the cloud from anywhere at any time with preconfigured privileges (IDs and Passwords) that are user controllable. When the system is used with Microsoft Access, it provides for data base backup and off site safe keeping (database downloading and uploading).  That is, a user can download the database from the cloud for off-sit safe keeping and upload it to the cloud when needed. We found no other program in the internet offering such flexibility. It is ideal for “Brick and Mortar” business and for Accounting practitioners who endeavor to expand their business and practice to the cloud. 

The system performs satisfactorily in a small business environment with medium size (Intel® Core™ and Xeon Processors) Servers with Microsoft Windows server 2008 operating in a multi user environment with one fast connection to the Internet and a fixed (static)  IP address bound to a private domain. Visitors with valid ID and Password to the Private domain have exclusive access to the websba.com data base but  are totally segregated from any other area on the server.  

As stated in the original Press Release WebSBA.com was developed by small business as a tool to improve marketing, operational, and accounting effectiveness of small businesses.  It is now offered as a service to other small businesses with similar goals. It requires no large investments (no equipment or programs to purchase and maintain). Any business can subscribe to the service and match the well-touted features offered by larger companies, at a fraction of the cost. The application resides on our web server and can be accessed by business subscribers and their customers from anywhere at any time via their web browser.

The accounting features include:

  • General Ledger
  • Purchasing and Sales Order Management
  • Inventory Control and Production Management
  • Bill of Material for Product Design and Costing/Pricing
  • Time-phased, "Just-in-time" Material Ordering
  • Check Book Functions and Reporting on Financial Position

The e-commerce features fully integrate with the entire accounting system.

  • Shopping cart and real-time order placement
  • Order status reviewing
  • Dynamic e-store generation (Changes to product description and pricing immediately

reflect on the subscriber's web site)

Some of the benefits our subscribers receive include:

  • Centralized data, accessed from anywhere at any time.
  • The system can be easily maintained by non-technical users.
  • Increased sales and improved customer service through e-commerce.
  • Improved efficiency by giving customers self-service access.
  • Offsite data storage with reduced overhead of incompatible programs.
  • Web-generated sales and web-based management.

The picture on the top right depicts a typical scenario. An authorized customer is placing an order using the e-commerce features available on the WebSBA server. Simultaneously, another prospective customer is reviewing product offerings or a previous order. The business manager, with full control of the accounting modules, is releasing a customer’s order and possibly acquiring any needed components from a vendor.