Daily COGS Activity

Daily COGS Activity

Shows a running total of purchases by category for each day of the period.  It also compares the actual spend by category to the budgeted amount for each category for the period.
Vendor Merge

Vendor Merge

Sometimes duplicate vendors get created with the same or similar names with slightly different spellings that you may want to remove the duplicates.  Once transactions have been created on each they can’t be deleted, but they can be merged together very easily.  Here are the steps: Open the duplicate vendor you want to remove Click the Merge option under the Save menu in the top left ribbon on that vendor 3. This will open the Merge window where you can select the vendor you want to merge this into 4.  Click Merge button The result is the duplicate vendor you … Continued
Intercompany Transactions

Intercompany Transactions

The automated intercompany process in the system will automatically create Due To and Due From entries on the distribution of intercompany transactions.  A transaction is deemed intercompany if the location in the header belongs to a different legal entity than a location in the detail rows belongs to.  The intercompany entries are added to the distribution after hitting Save or Approve. The Legal Entity form has fields for “Due From Account” and “Due To Account” and these are the accounts that will be used in intercompany distributions.  The process below describes an example of how this would work. Assume we … Continued
Legal Entity Setup

Legal Entity Setup

Legal Entities are companies that own locations.  Each location must belong to a legal entity.  Many reports can be run by legal entity which will show results for all locations that belong to that entity.  A legal entity usually has a corporate tax id.  Legal entities aren’t selected on transactions because the location is selected and whichever legal entity that location belongs to is associated with that transaction automatically. To edit an existing legal entity, go to the Legal Entities list (Accounting – Administration – Legal Entities in the left hand navigation), click a the row of the legal entity … Continued
Adding A New Bank

Adding A New Bank

When setting up Bank Accounts in your General Ledger, you may need to add a ‘Bank’ to Restaurant365.  A Bank must be created for each Bank that will be represented by Bank Accounts in your General Ledger.   Create a Bank There are two ways to create a Bank in Restaurant365, the first is from the Banking menu on the top ribbon.  Hover over Banking and select New Bank The second option is to create a Bank from within a Bank Account Record that you are setting up.  First confirm that your Bank does not already exist in the system by clicking … Continued
Sales Accounts Overview

Sales Accounts Overview

Purpose and Overview: Sales Accounts are required for all POS integrations to Restaurant365 in the same way that Payment Type Accounts are. A Sales Account’s purpose is to tell Restaurant365 what GL Account to credit when accounting for individual sales tickets imported from the POS. It is a ‘mapping’ of POS Sales Categories and POS Service Types to a Restaurant365 General Leger Account. Here is a diagram & example: The Restaurant365 POS integration automatically creates unique Sales Account records (in R365) for every combination of Sales Category and Service Type from sales tickets imported from the POS to R365. Each … Continued
POS Integration Overview

POS Integration Overview

Restaurant365 integrates with many POS systems. Here is an overview what the integrations create in Restaurant365 each time it is run:   System Requirements – The machine housing the integration must have at least .net 4.0 and Internet Explorer 9. Frequency – The integration can be configured to run automatically each night. It can also be run on-demand at the end of the day by one of the store managers. Data Flow – The integration is a one-way integration from the POS system to Restaurant365. Restaurant365 does not pass any information back to the POS system. Data – The integration … Continued
What Do I Do If My POS Numbers Don’t Match Restaurant365?

What Do I Do If My POS Numbers Don’t Match Restaurant365?

Restaurant365 provides a very powerful and reliable integration with your POS system. In the rare event that your POS sales numbers don’t match the DSS record in Restaurant365, here are the steps you should take: Check to make sure the POS was closed out and completed before the Restaurant365 integration ran. If not, re-run the the integration for that day using the Import Tool. Check to see if any changes have been made to your POS. If there have been, please make us aware of these changes. Review your Restaurant 365 Sales Accounts, Payment Type Accounts and Job Titles to … Continued
Payment Type Accounts Overview

Payment Type Accounts Overview

Purpose & Overview:  Payment Type Accounts are required for all POS integrations to Restaurant365 in the same way Sales Accounts are. A Payment Type Account’s purpose is to tell Restaurant365 what GL Account to debit when accounting for individual sales tickets imported from the POS. It is a ‘mapping’ of tenders, discounts, and other offsets/reductions to the sale of goods in the POS system, to a Restaurant365 GL Account. Here is a diagram & example: The Restaurant365 POS integration automatically creates unique Payment Type Account records (in R365) for every payment & discount from sales tickets imported from the POS … Continued
Job Titles

Job Titles

This article is part of the Scheduling Module training.  Click here for more information on the Scheduling Module   Purpose & Overview Jobs are used in various ways by the system.  They are assigned to employees and used by the scheduling module.  They are also used in conjunction with the POS integration to track employee punches which make up the labor accrual journal entry.  The job form will be described directly below followed by sections describing the job’s effect on the POS integration and labor accruals.   Creating/Viewing/Editing Jobs Jobs can be created in 2 ways.  They are most often created by … Continued