QuickTrav Invoicing for Windows is a multi-branch and multi-division application.
A branch is defined as an entity that maintains its own debtors and creditors ledgers and its own invoice register (own set of unique invoice and credit note numbers) and in this regard, each branch represents a QuickTrav DOS invoicing installation.
A division is simply any sub-entity under a branch. Invoices issued by any division will form part of the branch’s invoice register and may only be issued to that branch’s clients for services provided by that branch’s principals. In reality, the division codes are simply flags on the branch’s invoice register used for reporting purposes (MIS) and to facilitate different branding (logos, names and addresses) on printed documents.
Every user logs in with a specified branch code that instructs the system which invoice register and which master files (clients, suppliers and consultants) to use.