Payment Methods and Payment Applications in Navision (Microsoft Dynamcis NAV)
By Mark Chinsky
By Mark Chinsky
This is Issue One of Clients First Business Solution’s Blog Series, “What’s New is SAP Business One 9.0.” Over the coming weeks, we’ll publish functional instructions for customers on how to leverage these new features in a working 9.0 version of SAP Business One. If you have questions about the functionality or simply need assistance, click on the Chat Button below.
Issue One: Update to Pricelists and Discount Groups
SAP Business One 9.0 pricelist and discount groups functionality has been enhanced to improve efficiency and support specific business processes. These new features allow more flexibility in setting and managing pricelist/special pricelists. These are optional however, and users can continue to use the same methodology as in the prior release. To accommodate new pricing options new fields has been added to the pricelist and discount tables (OPLN, ITM1, etc).
The most recent pricelist functionality can now handle the following:
· Define pricelist as active or inactive
The following Custom Programming will start rolling out next week thru August 2013. These new extensions will be supported by support and will upgrade with the standard Epicor. Many of these extensions have been requested for years as part of standard Epicor. The following is copied straight out of the Insights agenda.
New Industry Extensions for Epicor 9 and Vantage/Vista
Industry Extensions are delivered separately from the core Epicor ERP modules.
If you are interested in these enhancements, please hit the chat button below and talk with us or leave a message.
A customer recently approached one of our Implementation Consultants and asked, “How can I track revenue/expenses to a specific P&L GL account by customer/vendor?” While the Accounting Tab of the Business Partner Master allows the user to define Payables and Receivables accounts for each customer/vendor accordingly, it is not possible to assign specific Expense and Revenue accounts at the BP level.
The customer needs to link a G/L account to his customers or vendors, so in the marketing documents, this account will be used automatically.
Using a User Defined Field, assign a G/L account to the BP master records and default the account to the Marketing Document via a formatted search.
The solution varies for Items documents and Service documents.