Documents to Process: Supported File Types

Documents to Process: Supported File Types

Documents to Process allows Restaurant365 Users to import various files for immediate processing, or processing at a later time. Acceptable file types include the following:   Document Files PDF File (.pdf) – Scanned Documents saved as PDFs / Original PDF Invoices Word File (.docx) – Scanned Images saved inside a .docx / Original Word Files (Note: .doc / Word ’97 files are not supported) Image Files JPG Image (.jpeg / .jpg) – Image files PNG Image (.png) – Image files CSV Files Supported Vendor Integrated .csv files will be imported directly to the All Transactions list, bypassing Documents to Process.  Please refer … Continued
AP Automation: Gmail Settings

AP Automation: Gmail Settings

AP Automation AP Automation is a feature within Restaurant365 that allows an Organization to setup a specified Email address on the System Preference screen.  Restaurant365 will monitor this Email address via POP3.  Organization team members and Vendors can then send emails to that address with PDF invoices attached and those PDFs will be imported into the Documents to Process list.  Each separate Attachment will be imported as a separate Document to Process.  Please refer to the AP Automation Overview for steps on how to set up AP Automation Using AP Automation with Gmail Many Restaurant365 Customers utilize Gmail or the … Continued
Documents to Process Overview

Documents to Process Overview

  Overview Documents to Process is a feature in Restaurant365 that allows Users to upload a PDF or scanned image of an AP Invoice (or AP Credit Memo) to the system and then enter the details of the transaction at a later time.  This is different from the EDI process where invoice details can be imported from a CSV file.  Documents to Process exists for the instances when an importable CSV format of an Invoice does not exist, and transaction details must be entered by a User in to the system Benefits of the Documents to Process feature: Multiple AP / CM Transaction files can be … Continued
AP Automation Overview

AP Automation Overview

Overview AP Automation is a feature within Restaurant365 that allows an Organization to setup a specified Email address on the System Preference screen.  Restaurant365 will monitor this Email address via POP3.  Organization team members and Vendors can then send emails to that address with PDF invoices attached and those PDFs will be imported into the Documents to Process list.  Each separate Attachment will be imported as a separate Document to Process.  Additionally, supported CSV file formats will import automatically and create AP Transactions via EDI Security Users with the Secondary Security Role of ‘User Setup’ have access to ‘System Preferences’. … Continued
Attachment Viewer

Attachment Viewer

The Attachment Viewer is a feature in Restaurant365 where a User can elect to open an additional sidebar to view any attachments that have been uploaded to an AP Transaction within Restaurant365.  The Attachment Viewer is also utilized when Processing Documents to Process.  The two distinctions between viewing attachments with the Attachment Viewer and processing Documents to Process are as follows: The Attachment Viewer is opened by default when Processing Documents to Process, while must be opened manually on other AP Transactions A check box is present on each attachment page when Processing Documents to Process.  Additionally an ‘All’ checkbox in present … Continued
Documents to Process: Upload Methods

Documents to Process: Upload Methods

Documentst to Process Upload Methods Documents to Process is a feature in Restaurant365 that allows Users to upload a PDF or scanned image of an AP Invoice (or AP Credit Memo) to the system and then enter the details of the transaction at a later time.  The recommended file format for use in Documents to Process is PDF.  Various Vendors will provide Invoices electronically (in PDF form) while other Vendors will only provide physical copies of Invoices.  When physical invoices are received, a User can utilize any scanning technology to produce a PDF scan of the physical invoice (Scanner used in conjunction with a Computer, … Continued
Documents to Process: Uploading Files via FTP

Documents to Process: Uploading Files via FTP

Documents to Process is a feature in Restaurant365 that allows Users to upload a PDF or scanned image of an AP Invoice (or AP Credit Memo) to the system and then enter the details of the transaction at a later time.  The recommended file format for use in Documents to Process is PDF.  Various Vendors will provide Invoices electronically (in PDF form) while other Vendors will only provide physical copies of Invoices.  When physical invoices are received, a User can utilize any scanning technology to produce a PDF scan of the physical invoice (Scanner used in conjunction with a Computer, Scanner/Copier, or various mobile … Continued
Documents to Process: Manual Upload

Documents to Process: Manual Upload

Documents to Process is a feature in Restaurant365 that allows Users to upload a PDF or scanned image of an AP Invoice (or AP Credit Memo) to the system and then enter the details of the transaction at a later time.  The recommended file format for use in Documents to Process is PDF.  Various Vendors will provide Invoices electronically (in PDF form) while other Vendors will only provide physical copies of Invoices.  When physical invoices are received, a User can utilize any scanning technology to produce a PDF scan of the physical invoice (Scanner used in conjunction with a Computer, Scanner/Copier, or various mobile … Continued
Documents to Process: Uploading Files via AP Automation

Documents to Process: Uploading Files via AP Automation

Documents to Process is a feature in Restaurant365 that allows Users to upload a PDF or scanned image of an AP Invoice (or AP Credit Memo) to the system and then enter the details of the transaction at a later time.  The recommended file format for use in Documents to Process is PDF.  Various Vendors will provide Invoices electronically (in PDF form) while other Vendors will only provide physical copies of Invoices.  When physical invoices are received, a User can utilize any scanning technology to produce a PDF scan of the physical invoice (Scanner used in conjunction with a Computer, Scanner/Copier, or various mobile … Continued