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

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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
Transaction Spreading

Transaction Spreading

Transaction Spreading in Restaurant365 allows Users to spread transactions across multiple periods.  Transaction Spreading can be utilized for AP Invoices, AP Credit Memos, and Journal Entries in Restaurant365.  To create a Transaction Spread, the transaction must first be created in Restaurant365.  This training article will provide a comprehensive overview of Transaction Spreading Security Requirements for Transaction Spreading To perform Transaction Spreading in Restaurant365, a user must have the security role of Accounting Manager.  This security will grant the user access to Approve Transactions and perform Transaction Spreading.  Additionally, a User with the security role of Accounting Clerk could Spread previously Approved transactions, or update and … Continued
Item Costing

Item Costing

Overview: The system is equipped with multiple fields to help track item cost based on purchases and stock counts. This feature requires additional setup and maintenance elements. Setup There are  five different records in Restaurant365 that will drive item costing functionality: Vendors Units of Measure Purchased Items Item Location (Optional) Vendor Items (Optional) Vendors   On the vendor record the dropdown field named Entry can be set to ‘by Account’ or ‘by Item.’ If ‘by Item’ is selected then when invoices are entered for this vendor the item detail grid will display, if ‘by Account’ then the account grid will … Continued
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
Print 1099 Forms

Print 1099 Forms

Restaurant365 can create and generate 1099 forms for your 1099 Vendors (Vendors you pay in excess of $600 in a calendar year). 1099 Vendor Setup To use the 1099 Form feature, the Vendor must first be established as a 1099 Vendor.  To do so, open the Vendor Record, and navigate to the Vendor Additional Info tab.  Select the correct 1099 box in the dropdown, and enter the Tax ID information for the Vendor. Click here for more information about Taxpayer Identification Numbers (TIN) from IRS.gov. Blank 1099 Stock 1099 Forms are available from the IRS free of charge (4 to … Continued
Adding a Contact

Adding a Contact

You can add new contacts in Restaurant365 in various areas of the different modules. In most cases, your contact is related to a Vendor or Customer. If so, it is best to open the Vendor or Customer Record, and directly add the Contact in the Contact Section. Adding from this areas is the most streamlined approach, because it automatically links the Contact to a Record, and it auto-populates the address and phone information for ease of entry. To add a Contact click on ‘Primary Contact’ or type a value in to the Primary Contact field and then hit tab or enter.  This will … Continued
ACH Payment Set-up

ACH Payment Set-up

Restaurant365 has the capability of paying Vendors by ACH (Automated Clearing House) payment. Vendor-specific settings need to be entered on the Vendor Record prior to creating ACH payments.  The ACH Report Type must be set on the Bank Record prior to creating ACH Payments.  Click here for more information on ACH Report Types and the Bank Record The following fields, located on the ‘Vendor Additional Info’ tab of the Vendor Record, must be updated in order to properly create ACH Payments 1) Payment Method – Payment Method needs to be set to ’ACH’ 2) Bank Account Type – Select the … Continued