Accounts Payable was designed for real world situations with simple and flexible check printing options. Checks can be printed from six different windows, with or without the invoice having previously been entered in the system. If an invoice needs to be entered and paid immediately, either of our voucher entry windows will allow you to enter the invoice information and print the check immediately.
The cash requirements report uses the due date, terms due date and invoice date to determine which checks should be paid on this check run. By simply entering the date for this check run and the date of the next check run, Accounts Payable provides a listing of the checks that should be cut before the next check run. The Accounts Payable clerk can then modify the list by partially paying invoices or removing them from the check run.
Accounts Payable is tightly integrated with General Ledger to verify account numbers, open periods and years, and to automatically post balances in the cash disbursements and purchases journals. Accounts Payable is also integrated with the Time & Billing and Purchase Order.