Yes, the BUDMAN salary records reference employee number and position number (code)
Yes
Yes, deleting a Salary record zeros out any charges to the General Ledger Budget
No. Changing a record back is simply a matter of resetting the changed fields. Although Delphi has the capability of restoring records to its previous state, no one has ever asked for this feature
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes. BUDMAN has a utility program that renames Cost Centres in all files referencing them
Yes
Yes. BUDMAN has extensive flexibility in adjusting Salary rates by several key fields and at any time in the year. This extends to: Affiliation Adjustments, Job Title Adjustments, and Rate Adjustments (Contract Settlements and Anniversary Dates)
Yes, the Salary Budget is prepared separate from the General Ledger budget and is transferred when desired
BUDMAN tracks all Salary and General Ledger budget amounts by Pay Period (up to 27) and General Ledger Period (up to 13) for both hours and dollars (or Statistic Amounts)
BUDMAN should be able to interface with all Payroll systems that are capable of using the common ASCII format to transfer data
BUDMAN software and the centralized Database are generally located on the network server. With department entry, department specific data is pulled from the central Database and moved to the Department's working directory which may be on the network server or at a local workstation
BUDMAN software and the centralized Database are generally located on the network server. With department entry, department specific data is pulled from the central Database and moved to the Department's working directory which may be on the network server or at a local workstation
Yes, BUDMAN can track changes by individual record or by major menu selection activity
Yes. BUDMAN is table driven and has validity checks for all the aforementioned cases
Yes, with restriction control
Yes. An employee can have different steps for different job codes and payroll data
Yes. Budget Manager is controlled by a menu system which takes into account user names and security settings. Login names and programs all have a specific security level. If a user does not have the proper security level, they cannot access the program. All users are restricted to specific Cost Centres and Salary records
Budget Manager is controlled by a menu system which takes into account user names and security settings. Login names and programs all have a specific security level. If a user does not have the proper security level, they cannot access the program. All users are restricted to specific Cost Centres and Salary records
Yes, the SQL tools in BUDMAN can screen searches by virtually any data field
Yes
Yes, with unlimited combinations
Yes
Yes, for unlimited combinations
Yes, individual employer benefit assignments are downloaded from the payroll system and calculated independently of each other
Yes
Yes
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  • MS Windows 2000/XP/Vista/Windows 7
  • 1+ Ghz processor
  • 512 MB Ram
  • 500 MB free disk space
  • 2.5+ Ghz processor
  • 2 GB Ram
  • 20 GB free disk space
  • 3+ Ghz dual processors
  • 4 GB Ram
  • 100+ GB free disk space
  • 10,000 rpm SCSI/SATA high-performance drives with RAID configuration
Resources impacted by number of versions, client selects, ESM data warehousing and other variables