ALMSys, Inc.

The ALMSys® core program is used to track your leases and loans throughout their lifespans.

Features include:

  • Lease and loan tracking
  • Billing and payment posting
  • Payment history tracking
  • Insurance tracking
  • Depreciation
  • Leveraged finance tracking
  • Credit bureau reporting (using metro 2 format in both USA and Canada)
  • ACH/EFT payment origination interfaces (NACHA, RBC, CIBC, TD Bank, Scotiabank, HSBC, Bank of Montreal, ATB Financial to name a few)
  • EFT payment by credit card (see Repay® information below)
  • Individual user security so that you can keep users out of sensitive-information screens
  • Accounting journal creation (interfaces for ALMSys Accounting, XSellerator, CDK, R&R, Tekion, PBS, Auto/Mate, and DealerTrack US)
  • Deferred revenue tracking
  • and much more ....


ALMSys® uses Microsoft SQL Server as its database backbone. You may use either the full version of SQL Server or the SQL Express version. (Microsoft SQL Server is purchased separately from ALMSys®.)

ALMSys® may be configured as standalone (one user) or on a network (unlimited users). For networks, it may be set up as fileserver access or terminal server access.

ALMSys® is a Windows desktop application that requires Windows 10 or higher workstations. Widescreen monitors are required.


ALMSys, Inc. will assist in the installation and training of ALMSys® via telephone. This software requires the signing of a license agreement. This agreement spells out the licensing and support costs. There is a monthly maintenance fee to use ALMSys®. This fee covers ongiong telephone support and routine ALMSys® software updates.



Taking credit card payments in ALMSys® is easy. ALMSys, Inc. has partnered with Repay® to make this happen. You simply sign up with Repay® through the link above or call ALMSys Support.

Credit card information is input through ALMSys®, but stored on Repay®'s servers. This removes your risk of credit card theft. ALMSys® processes charges in realtime, directly with Repay®. You can also set up future charges, just like how you do for ACH/EFT payments.