How to choose the configuration of 1C for accounting of money in a small firm providing services?

We are a small company providing services. Now use Bitrix24 (there are customers, orders, tasks) for accounting and personnel of the Elbe.
There is a need for a more detailed account of the money. Still just upon receipt of payment noted in the card transaction manually - paid so much. Now we need to consider separately the facts of the receipt of the money, keep track of outstanding clients and for the contractors: the services of on-site, so part of the payment for taking artists on the road, and sometimes the performers are given funds for expenditures for the service, plus any payment to the contractor for work - so I need to understand how much the contractor owes us, or, on the contrary, we owe him.

Usually we are finalizing for yourself if something is missing in the software, but this unit is pretty big and, in theory, the model. However, with 1C had not worked, and there's plenty of different configurations with a bunch of features. Ask for advice - I would like to understand what we can come without overhead, and then have to install and sort out.

Functionality first and foremost I would like to, as already written, account money: Bank, cash, payments to suppliers, payments to clients and contractors. Tax accounting and personnel would like to leave in Elba, CRM and tasks in Bitrix24. Also would like to see the data in 1C was available online and via the API, as we have a lot built on the integration of different services together (integrate themselves) and on access of staff to remotely.
March 23rd 20 at 18:47
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March 23rd 20 at 18:49
Universal: managing a small firm or trade Management (services there).

Or highly specialized in your field - a lot of them, but do not tell exactly here it is necessary to understand individually what you need and what not.

1C was available online

The modern version of the know how to do it automatically.
But, like, this capability is licensed for some money, I don't know.

and API

1C has several different options to access it from the outside.
But, like, this capability is licensed for some money, I don't know.
No, just put Apache, and publish it base.
But licensed number of users - no matter how they will call locally or through the browser. - Leonora17 commented on March 23rd 20 at 18:52
March 23rd 20 at 18:51
And here I would advise you to use 1C. I have experience with different small Internet shops, so 1C for them it was always too much and too difficult. Tech support doesn't have to involve a programmer.
If you are used to web interfaces and logic provided by modern web services with 1C you will have to work hard.

I would suggest the maximum to maintain records on the web, in 1C only taxes and accounting. The benefit of 1C convenient and intuitive for accountants.

But if you say you are already in tax accounting, it is not clear why you can't keep a record of settlement there?

Here I wrote a comparison of UNF and UT, view.
https://ut11-bitrix.ru/raznoe/ut-11-vs-unf/

My summary to try to find a solution on the web. If nothing happens, then 1C.
March 23rd 20 at 18:53
I suggest you 1C:money ( there is a mobile client )
March 23rd 20 at 18:55
Also would like to see the data in 1C was available online and via the API, as we have a lot built on the integration of different services together (integrate themselves) and on access of staff to remotely.

View cloud-based version of 1C:Management by our firm (1C:UNF), the functionality is all of the above + access from any computer connected to the Internet + has a mobile app for iOS/Android. To understand the functionality and run test cases on the first month access to the cloud version of UNF is available for free.

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