In GURU+ ERP and POS system, the settings module includes options for managing users and companies. Some examples of these types of settings include: 

User accounts: Allows users to create and manage user accounts for employees and other users of the system. This might include setting up login credentials, assigning roles and permissions, and specifying which sections of the system each user can access. 

Company settings: Allows users to configure settings specific to the company using the ERP POS system. This might include specifying the company’s name, address, and contact information, as well as setting up multi-companies support that allows users to manage multiple companies from the same system, and switch between companies as needed.

In this article, we’ve gathered a rundown guide of the settings module:

Manage users

GURU+ defines a user as someone who has access to a database to perform daily tasks. You can add as many users as you need and, in order to restrict the type of information each user can access, rules can be applied. Users and access rights can be added and changed at any point. 



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