- About ADILAS
- What Does Adilas Offer you?
- Training Videos
- Core Concepts Overview
- General Info and Basic Settings
- Customers & CRM Functionality
- Parts & General Inventory Management
- Sales Process (shopping cart, quotes, & invoices)
- Stock/Units & Serialized Inventory (big ticket items)
- Bank Functions & Money Flow
- Payroll & System Time Clock
- Accounting & Financial Reports
- Elements of Time & Scheduling
- Other Tools & Reports
What is adilas.biz?
1We at adilas.biz have been pioneering the future of operations and accounting since 2001. It wasn’t our original goal to create a new model for doing business or tracking accounting and numbers. We had a problem and needed to come up with a workable solution. Over the years, our vision has been opened and we feel that we are truly pioneering the next generation of business logic and services.
2Many people over the years have asked us, what do you guys do? Why do you do that? Where are you trying to go? How long does that take? How can you do such and such and others can’t? And what makes you so different? Those are some great questions. The answers vary depending on the time someone is willing to listen. This is somewhat of an inside joke, but sometimes we feel like saying “Did you pack a lunch?”, meaning it can get pretty deep..
3One of our biggest strengths is helping you get your data into the system. Once in, it becomes part of the big picture. Data coming in usually means some form of “operations” or the day-to-day business that happens. We love this and have a strong focus on helping on the operation side of the equation. We try very hard to follow a logical or linear model in helping you to get your data in and out of the system as quickly and easily as possible.
4When we first started, back in 2001, our original goal was inventory tracking. As things progressed, one of our main goals was to figure out a way to help fill the gap or create a “bridge” between operations and accounting. There seemed to be a very large and visible disconnect between what was happening in the field (operations) and what the final output was (accounting and final numbers). In one of our brainstorming meetings, we came up with the analogy of a “zipper”.