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In 1C:Drive, you can easily configure your day-to-day accounting operations using variety of uploaded GL accounts. Whenever a new financial document arrives, you can create postings for it with a single click.

To start working, seamlessly upload your company’s chart of accounts into 1C: Drive to automatically allocate expenses and income to the right GL accounts.

Financial Groups

With financial counterparty groups, you can set GL accounts and posting templates for counterparty categories, such as foreign or domestic counterparties, wholesale or retail counterparties, suppliers, customers, investors, contracts, etc.

The same settings can be made for products and services: you simply set GL accounts and posting templates for product or service categories (inventory, raw materials, materials, services) and don’t waste your time on assigning GL accounts for every product or service.

Bookkeeping Operations Templates

In 1C: Drive, you can create an unlimited number of predefined bookkeeping operations templates for every document you need to post. Use the templates to categorize document postings depending on customers, counterparties, product or service, etc.

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Document Postings

Whenever a new financial document, for example, a customer invoice, is received in the solution, a person in charge needs to create postings for it. The postings are generated automatically based on the configured templates.



In the Bookkeeping Portable module, you can analyze financial health of your company with the help of the following reports:

  • Account balances and turnovers – shows credit and debit amounts of your GL accounts for opening balance, closing balance and its turnover.
  • Trial balance – lists the balances in each of an organization’s GL accounts by required financial years and with extra dimensions. Accounts with zero closing balances and turnovers can be omitted.
  • Trial balance by account – lists the balances for a required GL account by required financial years.