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Pangaea software is an inventory management solution that brings core business functions into one easy to use and secure graphical user interface, which allows you to use the mouse, keyboard, buttons, menus, and other easy-to-use forms of navigation in a familiar Windows environment. Pangaea products are Windows-based with the power of a relational database and SQL. Business administration is fully integrated with point-of-sale, inventory management, customer administration, CRM, accounts receivable, accounts payable, purchasing, receiving,  and more.
How does Pangaea software work?
In Pangaea products, data is stored and secured in a database server. Through client machines users access and exchange data with the database during each transaction.
It is the database in the server that processes and administers the transactions performed on the client machines.

How does Pangaea handle accounting?
Pangaea software solutions are integrated with QuickBooks Pro & Enterprise accounting software. Pangaea can also integrate with other packages like Great Planes and the like.

How does Pangaea and QuickBooks work?
The chart of accounts (COA) is entered into QuickBooks. 
After the sync is trigger between Pangaea and QuickBooks, the COA is visible in Pangaea. 
The user then selects COA accounts for cash, ar, ap, taxes, fees, shipping and inventory. 
  
Inventory is purchased using a purchase order or a Vendor Bill in Pangaea. 
When the purchase order is closed the Vendor Bill is created for the items received against the purchase order. If a purchase order is not used, the user can enter a Vendor Bill directly into Pangaea. 
  
If inventory is being returned to a Vendor, a Vendor Credit can be created in Pangaea for the items being returned. 
  
When Pangaea is synced with QuickBooks, the inventory items that are needed to support the Vendor Bills and Vendor Credits are added to QuickBooks. After the items are added to QuickBooks, the Vendor Bills and Vendor Credits are created in QuickBooks and marked as “Sent to AP” in Pangaea. 
  
When inventory is adjusted in Pangaea, the adjustment is pushed into QuickBooks in the form of a journal entry that effect Cost of Goods Sold and Asset. 
  
When inventory is counted in Pangaea, the adjustment is pushed into QuickBooks in the form of a journal entry that effect Cost of Goods Sold and Asset. 
  
When inventory is sold, the sale is pushed into QuickBooks in the form of a journal entry that effects Cash/AR and income/cogs/asset 
  
Vendors that are needed in QuickBooks to support Vendor Bills and Vendor Credits are added to QuickBooks automatically when needed. 
  
Customer are never added to QuickBooks. All Receivables transactions reside in Pangaea.

 Inventory items are only added if needed to support Vendor Bills and Vendor Credits. The “item” that is entered is actually an item that has the needed COA account combination of INCOME,ASSET,COGS. Items are reused to limit the number of inventory items added to QuickBooks. 



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