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Posted on March 9, 2015 at 10:49 2 Comments



is there anyone who can help me to setup a set of books for a chicken (broiler) farm in south africa?






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At 12:06 on March 9, 2015, Philip Copeman said…

I certainly have people in Pretoria. They charge around R 2000 per day. A good starting point is to do the Accounting Made Easy tutorial. This costs R 250 and is a good step towards getting it done.

I will be in Polokwane early next month.

At 12:46 on March 9, 2015, petru pelser said…

Hi Phillip


Thanks a lot for you reply. is T5 in any way compatible with Pastel xpress 11?


you see my problem is that we want to switch from pastel to turbocash, is there any way that i do not have to do everything over again?



At 9:12 on April 13, 2015, Retief Kotze said…

Hi Petru,

You'll reach a wider audience if you post as 'discussion' instead of 'blog' - I know this site is confusing for firsttime visitors.

Did you get assistance sorted out for your requests? TC5 is not compatible with Pastel as the Database-layouts will differ.  There will also be other legal issues.

Pastel should have the ability to export data to a csv-file?  I would advise to close off in Pastel at a specific point in time and then start in TC from that point.  This would mean setting up TC i.t.o. accounts, creditors and debtors info, and then enter opening balances via journals as at close-date on Pastel. Journals can also be imported into TC from Excel-csv-file should it be necessary.


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