A description of each function follows:

 Accounting Interface Settings

When the accounting integration is setup, this is where the interface (connection) between VISCO and your AIS is defined including how the AR, AP and Account Reconciliation will be posted from VISCO to the AIS

Inventory Account Reconciliation – Template Updates

This defines how the account reconciliation process is setup. This process automates the month close procedures as follows; it reverses the previous months post to the AIS (to start at $0.00 for the current month), recalculates the current values in VISCO and then posts them to the AIS. It is very customizable and can reconcile any account, not only inventory. It can also be used for reporting purposes if the post process is turned off

Inventory Account Reconciliation

This is where the account reconciliation is posted from VISCO to the AIS.

 

Inventory Reconciliation History

This shows the history of posting the inventory account reconciliation

Allowed Dates

The Accounting Allowed Dates are entered here. These dates restrict posting costs/invoices (or making any transaction in VISCO that would affect P&L or Balance Sheet in AIS) in VISCO to a specific date range e.g. the current financial year

Cost Type Code Maintenance

The Cost Type Code is used to record expenses. When the accounting integration is setup, your cost type codes are added here. The cost type code’s General Ledger value in VISCO should exactly match the Account Number/Name in your AIS so that amounts are posted correctly from VISCO to your AIS

Invoice Miscellaneous Charge Type Maintenance

A Miscellaneous charge is a charge that is that is added to an invoice e.g. additional freight charges. When the accounting integration is setup, your miscellaneous charges are added here. The General Ledger value in VISCO should exactly match the Account Number/Name in your AIS so that amounts are posted correctly from VISCO to your AIS

Test Accounting Integration

Selecting this link will test the accounting integration, a message will state whether the integration is working or not. When using a network  server (not web server) the most common reason for the integration not working is that the AIS is not running on the server and a user is not logged into the AIS – if the integration is down, this is the first thing to check

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