Voiding a Transaction

Voiding a Transaction

Definition: Voiding a transaction creates a second transaction in the system that has the exact opposite effect as the original transaction and is automatically applied to the original transaction – thus nullifying completely the original transaction but leaves the transaction in the system for future reference. Typically, voiding is used when you want to ‘Delete’ a transaction on a different day than when it was originally created. This can happen when financials or aging reports have been shared with outside parties and subsequent changes need to be made to your records without changing the data as it was sent out. … Continued
Payment Terms

Payment Terms

Payment Terms are used throughout Restaurant365 to specify the Terms in which a payment should be received.  There are five Payment Term Pre-sets that exist when the system is created.  Apart from those five payment terms, users will need to create and manage the Payment Terms necessary for their organization. Create Payment Terms To Create a new Payment Term, hover over Administration on the top ribbon, and click New Payment Term.  Additionally you can type in the name of a Payment Term in any Payment Terms selector boxes (on Customer, AP/AR Invoices etc.) and if the record does not exist, … Continued
Check Run – Perform a Check Run

Check Run – Perform a Check Run

The Check Run screen provides a User with a list of Approved AP Invoices.  The User can then apply AP Credit Memos & Discounts, create AP Payments, print Checks, and produce ACH and Positive Pay exports for selected invoices.  Click here for more information on the Check Run Overview   Step 1: Open the Check Run and select the Legal Entities (Locations) from which the AP Invoices will be loaded to be paid.  Multiple Legal Entities can be selected   Step 2: Select the Checking Account that will be used to Pay the AP Invoices.  The Default Location on the Checking Account will set … Continued
Check Signatures

Check Signatures

The system allows the following options around how your company can handle signatures on checks: Click here for more information on how to Create a Check Signature 1.) Print Check – a standard signature line is printed on the check to be signed manually   2.) Print Check with Signature – a signature is printed on the standard signature line (the signature is uploaded on the Bank Account Record) 3.) Print Check with Signature: Require 2nd Signature – a 2nd signature line is printed above the standard signature line to be signed manually (based on a dollar threshold set on the Bank … Continued
Split U of M

Split U of M

Split U of Ms exist on the Vendor Item Record for the purpose of EDI integrations.  In the event of Split Cases on non-EDI Vendors, the correct U of M could be manually selected on the AP Invoice screen. When a Vendor Invoice is imported via EDI and the Vendor file has a Split Indicator, the EDI process can read and detect that the line item is a ‘Split’ case.  This capability exists for the following Vendors: Sysco US Food Service R365 Multi-Invoice Fintech (coming soon) The Vendor will prepare the invoice file with the split indicators in place.  To … Continued
Entering Invoices at the Restaurant Location

Entering Invoices at the Restaurant Location

Welcome to the ‘AP Invoice for Managers’ video tutorial for entering invoices at the restaurant location. The AP Invoice is part of Purchasing within the Operations module of Restaurant365. During this training we will cover the following features and topics: Launching a new AP Invoice Recording Invoice Adjustments Entering Line Items By the way, sometimes you will see the term Accounts Payable abbreviated or referred to as “AP” in the system and on reports. One of the most important things profitable restaurants do is closely track their food & beverage costs on a weekly basis. Doing so can lower a … Continued
Beginning Balance Difference – Unassigned Vendor or Customer

Beginning Balance Difference – Unassigned Vendor or Customer

Conditions in which UNASSIGNED VENDOR appears on AP Aging Report The UNASSIGNED VENDOR is a System Generated Vendor that appears on the AP Aging Report when the following conditions occur: 1. A difference exists between the AP Beginning Balance (the opening balance for the Accounts Payable GL Account) and the sum of all imported Open AP Invoices Beginning Balance transactions (AP Invoice – Beginning Balance transactions that were imported at cut-over).  In addition to appearing on the AP Aging report, the ‘System Setup’ tab will be present in the ‘To Do Checklist’ notifying the User that the AP Beginning Balance … Continued
AP Invoice Automation

AP Invoice Automation

Updated Article coming soon.  Click here to see existing training on this topic
Autonumbering

Autonumbering

In Resaurant365, unique identifiers are important for numerous reasons.  To allow for the easy creation of unique records, many transactions have an Autonumbering feature that is managed under the Administration section of the Accounting Module.  When selected, the Autonumbering Next XX # (1) will be displayed next to the Prefix (if any) (2) as shown below.  To save any adjustments to the next number, or prefix, be sure to click the Submit button to the right of each Autonumbering line item.
Unassigned Vendor – Accounts Payable

Unassigned Vendor – Accounts Payable

Conditions in which UNASSIGNED VENDOR appears on AP Aging Report The UNASSIGNED VENDOR is a System Generated Vendor that appears on the AP Aging Report when the following conditions occur: 1. A difference exists between the AP Beginning Balance (the opening balance for the Accounts Payable GL Account) and the sum of all imported Open AP Invoices Beginning Balance transactions (AP Invoice – Beginning Balance transactions that were imported at cut-over).  In addition to appearing on the AP Aging report, the ‘System Setup’ tab will be present in the ‘To Do Checklist’ notifying the User that the AP Beginning Balance … Continued