Accounting Software

SAP End-User Training Accounting and Financial

We offer SAP FI end-user program with work experience that will cover the finance-related processes of Purchase to Pay cycle (P2P) and Order to Cash cycle (O2C). This will include Accounts Payable (AP), Accounts Receivable (AR) and General Ledger (GL) … Continue reading


ACCPAC  covers how to record day-to-day transactions for a company using ACCPAC, a popular financial software package. The module includes the General Ledger, Payable and Receivable Modules. The participant will also learn how to maintain a standard set of books using computerized accounting … Continue reading


This module includes information related to using the General Ledger, Receivable, Payable, Payroll, and Inventory Accounting by using QuickBooks. The participant will also learn how to develop a standard set of financial reports. Course Length 24 hours Text Book QuickBooks … Continue reading

Financial Management

In this 24-hours course, students will learn the basics of how to perform financial management and analysis in a business. The course will cover Working Capital Management, Receivable Management, Capital Expenditures, Cash Management, Tax Application, and Financial Statement Analysis. COURSE … Continue reading

Simply Accounting

This 36-hour course instructs students on the use of Simply Accounting’s General Ledger, Payable, Receivables, Inventory and Project Costing Modules. Students learn how to develop a standard set of financial reports. One of the most popular accounting software programs on … Continue reading

ACCPAC Payroll

ACCPAC Payroll module covers how to produce payroll from time sheets, coordinating payroll with payroll service (such as Ceridian), tax and benefit deductions and related required remittances. Course Length 84 hours Text Book Using SAGE ACCPAC 500 ERP Version 5.5 … Continue reading


In Bookkeeping, you will learn the basics of how to provide information concerning the financial affairs of a business using manual bookkeeping. The module will cover assets, liabilities, and capital; credits and debits; posting transactions; depreciation; journals and ledgers; inventory; and creating reports. … Continue reading