Most business activity is dependent on financial deals. The data of these deals are recorded in a company general ledger, which also serves as the basis for economical reports like the income declaration and “balance sheet”. A business could have many operating operations that process and manage these types of financial deals, such as accounts payable, which will processes every one of the purchases a company makes via vendors and also other suppliers pertaining to raw materials necessary for production of its products. Another function can be credit supervision, which is targeted on the development of insurance plans for evaluating the creditworthiness of shoppers and following up on them to make sure payments are made promptly.