Software Development USA, CRM Solution, ERP Solution, Inventory Management

We at A1 Webdesigner have a whole lot of solutions for your Online & Offline needs. From Accounting to Inventory, from Invoicing to Payroll management, we have been developing customized software's as per the needs and requirements of our clients.

We can design and develop for any custom software requirement and program it as per your needs and requirements. Moreover we also provide training to the required staff to run and execute the software till your people are comfortable with the same.

At A1 Webdesigner, we use modern software development platforms and software development tools. We employ the latest project management techniques and software engineering practices to ensure the timely, error-free delivery of software applications that are highly scalable without loss of performance. Our fanatic dedication to quality and excellence allows the creation of software with high levels of security. Let A1 Webdesigner unlock the power of IT for your business.

We provide following software:

  • Accounting software
  • Payroll software
  • Analysis software
  • Medical software
  • Academic software
  • CRM software
  • Online Educational Software
  • Pathology Management Software
  • Hospital Management Software
  • Hotel Management Software

Complete accounting of all finance and related transaction and generation online balance sheet, Division-wise, cost-center-wise as well as consolidated for group companies. Budget control with multiple options for controls. Cash/Fund projections and planning. Costing and profitability accounting with respect to product, product-group, so as well as for division.


  • Ledger Creation
  • Group Creation
  • Voucher Entry -- Authorization - Payment
  • Balance Sheet
  • Profit & Loss Accounts
  • Trial Balance
  • Pending Voucher Entry
  • Multi Voucher Printing
  • Day Book
  • Group Summary
  • Ledger Summary
  • Ledger Daily Balance
  • Consolidated Group
  • Negative Ledgers
  • Memorandum Vouchers
  • Temporary Deleted Vouchers

Billing software is software that can be used to enhance the billing functions by reducing manual billing processes and to increase accurate billing cycles. Depending on your business environment, most billing software provides features like, automatic invoicing, integration with other systems, time management, self service, payment processes, flexible billing pricing and rate plans, and flexible billing periods just to name a few. In addition, billing software can keep complete client and staff histories that include both billing adjustments and time slip production for an unlimited number of periods.Depending on your business needs and the billing software, you can hope to gain several benefits from utilizing billing software in your environment. Some of the benefits may include are:

  • Automated payment processing in real-time
  • Can eliminates manual time sheets
  • Monitor productivity and track client receivables
  • Provides timely reports about clients and staff
  • Flexible billing cycles, pricing and rate plans
  • Analyzes firm growth

These are just several benefits that you may achieve by implementing billing software for your business. Since there are several billing software packages available, it is always a good ideal to make sure you've determined your billing requirements and implement a trial version before you choose your billing software solution.

Material Requirement Planning Based Inventory management, Total inventory management for sales, purchase and stock management. Total Logistic Management with Lot tracking; pack control, bin-management, controlled stock movement for storage specification requirement. Inventory with warehouse management.

Features Overview:

  • Purchase Order Processing
  • Bill Passing
  • Stock Management
  • Sales Order Processing
  • Export / Import
  • Sales & Distribution Management
  • Sales Order Inquiry - Order
  • Distribution Management
  • Pre Sales Follow-up
  • Post-Sales Support
  • Multiple site support for centralized sales orders
  • Customer item numbers for sales orders and invoice
  • Debit Note / Credit Note for Incentive & Loss due to Mis-handling
  • Credit Control Management
  • Proportion so for Short-Supply Stock
  • Payment Terms
  • Bad Party Control
  • Near Expiry/Expired Stock Analysis
  • Sales Return Management
  • Barcode Interface

ERP attempts to integrate all departments and functions across a company onto a single computer system that can serve all those different departments' particular needs. ERP integrates all the aspects of the manufacturing industries with state of art technology viz.; Graphical User Interface, Client-server technology, n-tire architecture, Object Oriented technology, user defined Reporting Querying technology, EDI, Web Based Connectivity with all external stake holders with organization which includes Vendors, Customers, dealer/Agents etc.

ERP handles all aspects of organization viz. Finance, Inventory, Production, Quality Control, MRP II & Sales, purchase, distribution, I Machine/Operator monitoring & utilization, Excise, Personal & Payroll. Sometimes it may not be possible to implement such a extensive software in one stroke, but one can start with the basic essential modules and at the later date, when required can upgrade the system by building the upper layers or implement independent modules of their choice. This ensures the continuous growth of the system in place along with 5B2 your business. ERP is highly parameterized hence most of the requirements of your organization are satisfied however it can be customized to any extent considering all the peculiarities of your business, it means system adapts to your practices and not you.

So what can ERP do?

ERP automates the tasks necessary to perform a business process-such as order fulfillment, which involves taking an order from a customer, shipping it and billing for it. With ERP, when a customer service representative takes an order, he or she has all the necessary information-the customer's credit rating and order history, the company's inventory levels and the shipping dock's trucking schedule. Everyone else in the company can view the same information and has access to the single database that holds the order. When one department finishes with the order, it is automatically routed via the ERP system to the next department. To find out where the order is at any point, one need only log in to the system. With luck, the order process moves like a bolt of lightning through the organization.

The generally accepted purpose of Customer Relationship Management (CRM) is to enable organizations to better serve its customers through the introduction of reliable processes and procedures for interacting with those customers.

In today's competitive business environment, a successful CRM strategy cannot be implemented by only installing and integrating a software package designed to support CRM processes. A holistic approach to CRM is vital for an effective and efficient CRM policy. This approach includes training of employees, a modification of business processes based on customers' needs and an adoption of relevant IT-systems (including soft- and maybe software) and/or usage of IT-Services that enable the organization or company to follow its CRM strategy. CRM-Services can even redundantize the acquisition of additional hardware or CRM software-licenses.

The term CRM is used to describe either the software or the whole business strategy oriented on customer needs. The second one is the description which is correct. The main misconception of CRM is that it is only software, instead of whole business strategy.Major areas of CRM focus on service automated processes, personal information gathering and processing, and self-service. It attempts to integrate and automate the various customer serving processes within a company.

There are three parts of application architecture of CRM:

  • Operational - automation to the basic business processes (marketing, sales, service)
  • Analytical - support to analyze customer behavior, implements business intelligence alike technology
  • Cooperation - ensures the contact with customers (phone, email, fax, web...)
  • Provides timely reports about clients and staff

Operational part of CRM typically involves three general areas of business. They are (according to Gartner Group) a Enterprise marketing automation (EMA), Sales force automation (SFA) and a Customer service and support (CSS). The marketing information part provides information about the business environment, including competitors, industry trends, and macro environmental variables. The sales force management part automates some of the company's sales and sales force management functions. It keeps track of customer preferences, buying habits, and demographics, and also sales staff performance. The customer service part automates some service requests, complaints, product returns, and information requests.

Integrated CRM software is often also known as "front office solutions." This is because they deal directly with the customer.

Many call centers use CRM software to store all of their customer's details. When a customer calls, the system can be used to retrieve and store information relevant to the customer. By serving the customer quickly and efficiently, and also keeping all information on a customer in one place, a company aims to make cost savings, and also encourage new customers.

CRM solutions can also be used to allow customers to perform their own service via a variety of communication channels. For example, you might be able to check your bank balance via your WAP phone without ever having to talk to a person, saving money for the company, and saving you time.