Ankara Yazılım, one of the leading companies of IT industry, is now building up the administration and IT systems of companies in one place with its ERP software consisting of 16 modules and working integrally.
Ankara Yazılım, offering solutions for the application problems to its clients for the last 5 years, facilitates the operational processes by eliminating the unrequired expenses.
The software is approved by The Presidency of Revenue Administration (PRA) and legitimate with Tax Procedure Law
E-bill, E-archive, E-delivery note, and E-notebook applications
These products which remove the payments made to integrators and integration problems are directly integrated with PRA system and approved. This means that there are no integrator subcontractor companies, and confidential commercial data cannot be passed to third-party.
General Manager at Ankara Yazılım, İsmail Özbek said, “Direct integration method is being utilized by the companies which have high invoicing traffic. The software communicates with PRA servers, and the company doesn’t have to change its ERP software. Our clients are the “property owners” rather than being renter, because they won’t need to use integration based systems.”
AY-POS (Ankara Yazılım Retail Automation System)
AY-POS which eliminates the expenses for the cash registers was fully designed fully designed with domestic means. Mr. Özbek said the following about the software which reduces the expenses by 70%, “It is possible to own AY-POS which is a first in Turkey, with 30% of the money payed the new generation payment recorders. The system contributes to the reduction of current deficit by decreasing the total expenses by 70%” afterwards. With the recent regulation in Tax Procedure Law, sales made with cash registers can be processed with e-archive invoice. AY-POS module can be run simultaneously with the existing cash registers. It can be easily integrated with our ERP software. It is also possible to use our software until the expiration of the economical life of your cash registers.”