Custodians – are people or groups that have ownership, responsibility or custodianship over one or more assets. A custodian could be a person like “Bob Smith” or a custodian could be an organization like “The Accounting Group”.
Clients – are people or groups that have ownership, responsibility or custodianship over one or more assets. A client could be a person like “Bill Brajevich” or a client could be a company like ” Great Northern Equipment Rental”
Employees – are people in your organization. We separate out employees from custodians because employees may include repair personnel, office personnel, and shipping personnel. An individual may be a member of both the employees table and the custodian table.
Accent – The accounting portion of the preferences allow for establishing accounting group numbers for the various asset activity such as purchase and depreciation. The accounting numbers should match those accounts you will be exporting to in your own accounting program.
Manufactures – are companies that may produce one or more of your assets.
Suppliers – are people or groups that supply one or more of your assets.