Information System for decision-making.

The behavior of a company’s cash flow is one of the central points of financial analysis.

The module allows you to quickly and efficiently know the flow of money in the present and future, thus improving decision-making.

The source of the information comes from the Magnus system (Sales, Purchases, Treasury, Banks and Securities) and is automatically processed to be displayed in this system.


  • Obtaining, in summary form, a financial statement projected in time, showing the inflows and outflows of money of the company.
  • All modules of the Magnus management system power the board. The following items intervene: Current Accounts Debtor, Checks in Portfolio, Other Income, Deposited Checks, Current Accounts Creditor, Other Expenses, Issued Checks, Cash Account, Invoices Receivable and Invoices to be paid.
  • The information is presented in a clear and simple way for management. Dynamic queries can be made by company, time and accounts allowing you to quickly visualize where management should intervene.
  • It makes it possible to make annual projections of each of the accounts and then compare them against reality obtaining deviations from what is projected. For example, an annual budget of estimated monthly income and expenditure may be charged, and then the system will compare the reality against the projection by showing the deviations and then allow adjustments to be made to achieve the objectives.
  • To know the balance of the overdue Accounts Receivable (Current Accounts customers) and Accounts Receivable projected in time according to the maturities of the sales invoices.
  • To know the balance of the overdue Accounts Payable (Current Accounts Suppliers) and Accounts Payable projected in time according to the maturities of the purchase invoices.
  • To get the cash availabilities.
  • To know the present and future availability of checks in portfolio.
  • To notice the situation of each bank knowing the current balance and the maturity of the checks issued in time.
  • To obtain in detail each of the Company’s expenditures to better identify where the most representative expenditures occur and act accordingly.
  • Daily and automatic update of the financial statement. The system updates the financial statement automatically on a daily basis allowing management to make decisions quickly.

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