Our SELECT solution provides Financial, Payroll, Human Resources and Utility Billing software to public sector organizations across the U.S.A.
SELECT modules include:
- Chart of Accounts
- General Ledger
- Bank Reconciliation Module
- Business License
- Accounts Payable
- Inventory Control
- Purchase Order
- Fixed Asset
- Utility Billing
- Miscellaneous Receivables
- Cash Receipts
- Receivable Setup
- Animal License
- Payroll Module
- Budget Preparation
- Employee Budget
- Work Order
Chart of Accounts
The Chart of Accounts (CH) module allows you to establish account numbers that you want to use which generally consist of at least 2 segment values (ie: a fund & a classification account). Segments represent the different parts of an account number. You can use a combination of numbers and letters for each segment. Select works in a relational database environment which means that any changes or updates to the database will be shared by other modules and users who require this information. Some segment values may be restricted for use with other segment values.
The General Ledger (GL) module provides processes related to the setup, processing and report of your agency’s general ledger. General ledger account numbers are created based on segments and segment values that were established in the Chart of Accounts module. Only segment values that have been created in the Chart of Accounts module can be used in an account number.
Bank Reconciliation Module
This module is primarily responsible for financial accountability to balance checking accounts. The Bank Reconciliation (BR) module maintains a data base of check information. In addition, this module provides an automated method of clearing checks and updating that information to other informational modules within the Select system.
The Business License (BL) module is primarily responsible for the proper licensing of businesses within your agency’s jurisdiction; maintaining customer and account information, running invoices based on rates, charges and classifications; running licenses and certificates, accepting payment to satisfy outstanding account balances; and issuing refunds for deposits and overpayments.
The Accounts Payable (AP) module is responsible for financial accountability for payables, and for the processing of payments for goods & services to vendors of the agency. The AP module maintains a database of vendor information, accounts payable transaction details, and check information. In addition, this module provides an automated method to process checks & update information regarding material & services payments to other informational modules within the Select system.
The Inventory Control (IC) module is used for the stocking and issuing of inventory, transfers between locations and return of items to stock. The IC module maintains a database for inventory requisitions used for generating picking lists; will generate a report for inventory stock items needing reorder, and the automatic generation of purchasing requisitions in the Purchase Order module, as well as automatic retrieval of purchasing receipt information through Accounts Payable claim generation.
The Purchase Order (PO) module is used for the purchases of goods and services to vendors of the agency. The PO module maintains a database for requisitions, quotes, and purchase orders. As well as provide an automated method to generate requisitions for inventory stock items needing reorder, automatic retrieval of purchasing receipt information through accounts payable claim generation.
The Fixed Asset (FA) module allows users to accomplish the two primary objectives of a fixed asset system. –To provide detail support for the fixed asset amounts reported on the balance sheet–To provide records that allow all fixed assets to be properly accounted for and controlled
The Utility Billing (UB) module is used for keeping an inventory of metered and non-metered services provided by your agency; maintaining customer and account information; issuing work orders to service men for meter readings, turn-ons and shut-offs; running invoices based on utility rates, charges and classifications; accepting payment to satisfy outstanding account balances; and issuing refunds for deposits and overpayments.
The Miscellaneous Receivables (MR) module is responsible for various types of receivables for services provided by your agency; maintaining customer and account information, running invoices based on rates, charges and classifications; accepting payment to satisfy outstanding account balances; and issuing refunds for deposits and overpayments.
The Cash Receipts (CC) module is used to enter miscellaneous receipts and payments for the AR modules.
The Receivable Setup module is the engine for all revenue modules (Utility Billing, Miscellaneous Receivables, Business License and Animal License, etc.).
The Animal License (AL) module is used to maintain the proper licensing of animals within your agency’s jurisdiction; maintaining customer and account information; running invoices or accrual based renewal notices, licenses and certificates. Also accepting payments to satisfy invoices or accepting payments for renewals and adding charges as payments are received to satisfy outstanding account balances.
The Payroll (PR) module is used for processing employee data, producing pay checks for active employees, generating federal and state mandated reports, maintaining unlimited history information, paying employees through ACH/direct deposits and maintaining human resource information for employees.
The Budget Preparation (BP) module maintains a database of operating budget and capital projects accounts, account cycles, fiscal periods, personal services accounts, reports and the capability to post budgeted amounts to the General Ledger.
The Employee Budget (EB) module maintains a database of the payroll budget, account cycles, fiscal periods, reports and the capability to post budgeted amounts to the General Ledger.
The Work Order (WO) module is a project management application designed & programmed to help you make sense of the potentially hundreds of bits of data that comprise a typical capital project. It accomplishes this by integrating with core components of the Harris Select Financials suite of products and drawing on the data that they feed into the system. This module serves as a focus point to monitor the progress of a project.