Third: the import process
There are many ways to import, and they are all found in Double Click ERP, whether they are detailed or abbreviated The simplified import process begins through the procurement program, where a purchase order is registered and then approved and transferred to a pro forma invoice and then to a documentary credit, passing through then recording expenses and taxes on credits - then entering and receiving shipments - and then loading other miscellaneous expenses.
An ideal long process is represented by the following illustration:
The documentary credit program contains a complete work cycle for import management and contains:
Defining the types of credits and linking them to the general accounts, where the program issues an automatic journal entry resulting from the documentary credits operations.
Defining the types of expenses such as (customs - freight - rails - licenses - permits - clearance - .... etc.) and the method of calculating them based on credit and items, direct and indirect.
Defining the types of taxes that are calculated at customs.
Registration of opening credit.
Recording the extension of the credit period and the expenses of extension.
Record the increase in the value of the documentary credit, if necessary.
Recording expenses on credit indirectly affecting the items in the shipment.
Recording direct expenses on items and what is in proportion and what is in value.