Import Management
Due to the nature of the transaction, the import work takes a long time, from contract to delivery, resulting in various interests and associated costs.
So import management is easiest to manage by case.
  • The entire process of importing can be handled by ECOUNT.
  • Importing incident costs can be reflected in cost.
    • Is it possible to manage imports?
      You can assign an unique import management number to each import case. You can collect and manage various incidental expenses such as import charges, insurance fees, purchasing fees and so on under one import case number.
    • Can I manage the import costs such as customs and shipping costs of each imports case?
      If you use the import menu, you can manage the costs of each import case that occurred during importing.
    • Is there a report that allows you to check the details of the expenses for each import case in bulk?
      Of course. You can check the expenses, total cost, clearance amount, and clearance date of each import case at a glance from the Import Status.
    • Is it possible to manage import costs including incidental expenses?
      Available. If you record the incident costs incurred in importing, you will be able to reflect those costs later in costing.
    • Can I add an expense item?
      You can freely register and utilize necessary cost items needed for your company.
    • Can I download the import transaction details I have entered?
      You can download it by clicking the Excel button after searching according to the desired item and period.
    • Is it possible to manage the payment for the outstanding balance after prepaying a certain amount to the forwarding company in advance?
      If you register a customs broker as a customer, you can manage it together.
    • Is it possible to reflect the cost of freight that I paid while importing?
      When purchasing, you can use the [Expenses] button to reflect the cost, such as freight cost, to the purchase cost.
    Main Features
    • Import Process Management
      • The ERP menu is structured in the same way as import practice, from receipt of invoices to payment of customs fees, customs clearance, and account transfer.
      • It is possible to integrate and manage as a single import case even if you input from the individual menu through the number assigned to each import case.
      • In addition to the basic cost items such as customs fees, freight charges, and unloading costs, you can register your own import cost items
    • Reflecting incidental costs
      • When entering the purchase data, you can reflect various incidental costs incurred during the import process.
      • You can check the cost including import incidental costs in the purchase cost status report.
      • Costs including import incidental costs can be confirmed from financial statements such as income statement.
    Import Management