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Delta Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) System

The Delta ERP 10.1 system is considered the best electronic system for enterprise management in the Arab world. Delta company has consolidated its experience, surpassing 40 years in this system, which achieves the complete automation of all enterprise operations. This system is distinguished by numerous advantages, including:
  • – The ability to use the system through a single computer or a local network of computers.
    – The capability of using the system for a group of interconnected companies through multiple departments and users.
    – Precise and efficient implementation of accounting restrictions for the following operations:
    – Accounts receivable.
    – Accounts payable.
    – Inventory.
    – Sales and purchase transactions.
    – Fixed asset consumption.
    – Receipts and payments vouchers.
    – Currency evaluation.
    – Maintaining confidentiality and protecting exchanged data through a multi-level security and protection system.
    – Availability of various reports within each system that include all the data and procedures performed.
    – Operating in both Arabic and English languages.
    – Immediate comprehensive assistance covering all aspects of system usage and a comprehensive user guide.
    – Compliance with Egyptian, Arab, American, and international accounting standards.
    – The ability to customize and modify the system’s appearance according to the user’s needs and requirements.

The most suitable ERP system for all activities and companies in the Arab world, as it includes the following systems:

1- General Ledger System:
 Preparation of the chart of accounts and the hierarchical chart of accounts.
– Handling all financial transactions and daily entries.
– Ability to use different currencies with the option to reevaluate currency balances at any time.
– Monthly and annual balance sheet preparation.
– Preparation of various types of invoices, payments, collections, and reversals.
– Automatic generation of periodic and reversing entries.
– The system conducts analysis on:

  • – Managing debtor terms and preparing lists, conducting analytical examination procedures using graphical representations.
    – Utilizing financial ratios to link balances of various accounts in financial statements and preparing comparative financial statements (over consecutive years) to deduce changes in asset, liability, and equity items.
    – The ability to review and track entries and all financial transactions through the system manager.
    – The capability to define user permissions.
    – The ability to generate closing reports in multiple formats (T-account, list, estimated comparison, and previous year).

2- Inventory Management System:

The Inventory Management System handles all operations related to inventory efficiently and accurately. Some of these tasks include:


– Creating a database for items that includes (item number, name, unit of measurement, item price, etc.).
– Establishing warehouse data, including (warehouse number, warehouse name, area, location, etc.).
– Recording inventory movements in an unlimited database.
– Managing items, assembling them, and grouping them easily.
– Calculating cost prices easily through inventory valuation equations in the program.
– Generating addition and withdrawal permits and dealing with them effortlessly.
– Performing inventory audits and extracting necessary reports.
– The ability to work with items with barcodes.
– The system handles any number of different measurement units for the same item, with the ability to add and withdraw in any unit. Additionally, it can handle grouped items (kits).

3- Fixed Assets Management System:


– Creating a database for fixed assets.
– Inputting assets in a hierarchical form.
– Handling various depreciation methods such as straight-line or decreasing balance.
– Calculating depreciation on any day of the year, whether on a daily or monthly basis.
– Selecting the depreciation calculation method for each asset individually (as a value, a percentage of book value, or a percentage of net value).
– Entering assets purchased in previous years and creating a recording transaction for them.
– Dealing with assets that have unique serial numbers or model numbers.
– Displaying the audit trail for assets, as well as asset accounts and related transactions.

4– Suppliers and Purchases System:

        – Creating a database for suppliers, their information, balances, and invoices.
        – Executing the procurement cycle, including:
        – Requesting price quotations.
        – Evaluating price quotations.
        – Issuing purchase orders.
        – Receiving items and processing invoices.
        – Transferring data to other Delta systems.
        – Granting system authority to managers for monitoring supplier operations and transactions.
       – Financial and accounting processing of purchase transactions and their transfer to general accounts, impacting inventory.
       – Generating detailed reports on purchases, suppliers, representatives, and more.

5- Customers and Sales System:

– Creating a database for customers, their information, balances, and invoices.
– Executing the sales cycle seamlessly with integration into other systems:
– Purchase orders.
– Price quotations.
– Delivery orders.
– Sales invoices.
– Granting managers the authority to monitor operations and transactions related to customers.
– Monitoring the performance of sales representatives, brokers, and agents.
– Financial and accounting processing of sales transactions with their transfer to general accounts, impacting inventory.
– Immediate inquiry into sales transactions for all different managerial levels (customer, sales representative, broker, agent, etc.).
– A comprehensive set of detailed reports on sales transactions for customers.

General Features of the Systems:

* The system is built on a Client/Server or Multi-tier Architecture basis:
This means the existence of an Application server program called DF Server, and a client program for each type of application, known as Client application. These include:
– General Ledger System (ERP_GL).
– Fixed Assets Management System (ERP_FA).
– Suppliers and Purchases System (Receivables) (ERP_AR).
– Customers and Sales System (Payments) (ERP_AP).
– Inventory Management System (ERP_ST).

* The DataSnap technology has been adopted to link the system components with each other. These systems operate on a single personal computer or multiple computers connected on a local network or through the web.

* The server program (DFServer) is installed on the server computer, and the systems are loaded onto separate devices independent of the server. They can also be loaded onto the server computer, depending on the client’s working environment specifications.

Whether working on a single device, a local network, or a web network, the configuration method is unified and very simple.