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Overview

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.  In order to fully utilize the Check Run screen, Vendors must be properly set up (including all fields on both the ‘General’ and ‘Vendor Additional Info’ tabs), Bank Account balances and next check numbers need to be updated, and AP Invoices, AP Credit Memos and any Payment Terms Discounts must be entered and Approved.

To create a Check Run, perform the following steps in order:

  1. Hover over ‘Vendor’ in the top ribbon and select ‘Check Run’
  2. Use the ‘Select Invoices From’ selector to select the Legal Entities (and thereby indirectly select the Locations) from which to populate the Invoice Grid
  3. Select the Checking Account that will be used to pay each AP Invoice
  4. Select the Location that will be listed on the Header of each AP Payment that is created
  5. Set the Payment date that will appear on each AP Payment
  6. Verify the Bank Account Balance and Next Check Number
  7. Select which AP Invoices will be paid
    • Invoices can be filtered by Due/Discount date, or Vendor Group
  8. View and Apply AP Credit Memos
  9. Create Payments
  10. Print Checks
  11. Close the Check Run

Check Run Demo Video

Click here to open the Check Run Demo Video

Security

The Check Run screen is restricted to Users with the following Primary Security Roles:

  • Accounting Manager – full access on Check Run screen and Check Printing abilities
  • Accounting Clerk – restricted access on Check Run screen.  Can only Save a Check Run, cannot create checks via Check Run
    • ‘Create Checks’ action is not accessible for Accounting Clerks on the Check Run screen
    • The Secondary Security Role, ‘Pay AP Invoice‘ has no effect on a User’s ability to create checks on the Check Run.  Only Accounting Managers can create checks on the Check Run

Note: Access to the Check Run resides on the ‘Vendor’ menu in the top ribbon, which is accessible by Users with the Restaurant Manager Security Role.  ‘Check Run’ will be hidden to these Users and will not allow them to open the Check Run screen

Click here for training on assigning security roles

 

Navigation

Users can access the Check Run by logging in through a web browser, hovering over the ‘Vendor’ menu in the top ribbon and selecting ‘Check Run’

Check Run Screen

The Check Run screen is where Users can select Approved AP Invoices, apply AP Credits and create AP Payments.  Click here for more information on the Check Run Screen

Perform a Check Run

Click here for detailed steps on how to Perform a Check Run

Payment Date

Payment Dates can be set for all Invoices, or just unchecked invoices.  Click here for more information on Payment Date

Discounts from Early Payment

Discounts, taken as a result of Discount Payment Terms, can be applied on the Check Run.  Click here for more information on Discounts from Early Payment

Applying AP Credits

AP Credit Memos that have been entered and Approved can be applied to AP Invoices on the Check Run.  Click here for more information on Applying Credit Memos

Creating Payments

Depending on the Payment Method of the Vendors that will be paid on a Check Run, AP Payments, Checks, Positive Pay Exports, and ACH Stubs can all be created on the Check Run.  Click here for more information on Creating Payments

Saved Check Runs

Check Runs can be saved for future Use.  Click the ‘Save Check Run’ action on the Check Run screen to save the Check Run.  Saved Check Runs can be loaded from the ‘Saved Check Runs’ selector

ACH Payments

ACH exports and ACH Stubs can be produced on the Check Run Payment Created prompt.  Click here for more information on Creating Payments, and ACH Reports

Positive Pay

Positive Pay can be exported from the Check Run Payment Created prompt.  Click here for more information on Creating Payments, and  Positive Pay Reports

 


Note: This article has been rewritten as of 6/13/17.  Click here to download the original version

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