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Now, manage cheques using a software

Now, manage cheques using a software

Chennai: Cutchsoft , the software product development company belonging to the Cutch Group has unveiled its new Windows-based cheque management application, Cheque Strategic Office Software (Cheque SOS). Cheque SOS provides a comprehensive management function which includes cheque printing and aims to avoid preventable mismanagement of cheques.
Designed for small and medium businesses, the software helps organize, print and track the cheques issued by a company. Aimed at increasing efficiency of a company's financial dealings, the interface not only saves time for writing and managing individual cheques but also eliminates human-error while writing them. "The software provides a professional edge to the small and medium businesses. The most obvious benefit is that it produces printed cheques that are legible since, the user doesn't have to handwrite the cheque," says Yaseer Rahman, Managing Director of Cutchsoft.

The interface allows the user to type all the cheque elements including payee, date, amount, a/c payee only, bearer and place of issue. The printed cheque is ready to issue once signed. In the chequebook, user can create cheque with pre-defined cheque number. The user can print a series of cheques in a batch by specifying the account and the cheque numbers. Priced at Rs 1,999 per product, the software would be available across the six channel partners of the company. The company would also provide free update of the software, Rahman said.

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