Tally Server 9
Tally.Server 9 is an Enterprise Class product that helps fast growth medium and large size businesses to improve their business efficiencies. It enhances the power and control of Tally.ERP 9 Gold users by converting the existing 'peer-to-peer' kind of data access to 'server based' data management.
Tally.Server 9 is built with multi-version concurrency capabilities that provide the most efficient scalability. Requests from every user get equal priority and get solved in parallel with others, rather than sequentially. There is no queuing of access or modification requests and so every user will feel as if he were working with his own local copy or snapshot of data. Tally.Server 9 will ensure that the data access/modification by a user is isolated to his/her own snapshot, thus allowing other users to operate smoothly.
1.1 Performing Operation in a Frictionless Environment
Multiple users will be able to simultaneously load companies, save transactions, export reports, print reports, import data, take backup and perform other data related activities without experiencing any downtime or wait state.
Let us consider some examples - Suppose a user starts to take a report for the last month. Another user wants to update a bill for the same month. Normally one would have to wait for the other. Concurrent access will ensure that both users are able to do their activities at the same time. The first user will get the report for the last month while the second user will be able to modify the data for the same month. Both of them will get live and consistent data as-of-the-time they started their activity.
1.2 Keeping The Data File Safely Invisible And Providing Controlled Access
The data files are now managed through Tally Server 9. The physical location or path for the data on the server is not required to be made known or accessible to any user.
The clients just require the name of the data server, which will be enough to access and operate Tally.ERP 9. Furthermore, operations for company data management like backup, restore etc. are also controlled with server level permissions. This will ensure that data managed by Tally. Server 9 is only available with necessary authorization.
1.3 Minimizing Instance Of System Unavailability
Availability of the system is important for any business. Any time the system is unavailable; there is a loss of productive time. This can happen due to various reasons - For example – Maintenance operations like backup require that all users stop working so that a proper and consistent backup can be taken. This is often managed by doing such operations late at nights or at odd hours. With Tally Server 9 backup can be taken anytime without affecting either the speed of access for the user or the consistency of data that is backed up. In other words users can continue entering transactions or operating reports while the backup is happening - There is zero downtime for backup.
1.4 Analyzing System Usage and User Activates To Optimize The Various Process And Time Spent On Them
Since the access is controlled through Tally. Server 9, the authorized users will be able to monitor who is currently logged in, which companies are open, track the activities and even disconnect users if such a requirement arises.
Each business process or function requires users to perform certain activities and spend some time to input and/or analyze information. As an example, a user has to take data from bank statement and input it into the bank ledger on the system, for reconciliation of balances. A business may expect that this function will require 60 man hours to be spent a month however, it is taking 120 hours as per Tally. Server 9 reports.