Beanworks has introduced a new payment workflow, which allow payments to be created in the accounting system and then paid in Beanworks. This workflow is currently supported by the majority of Beanworks ERP integrations. Please contact your Customers Success Manager to discuss your specific needs.
Since payments are created in the accounting system, payment terms/ early discounts negotiated with the vendors can be applied to the payments.
Payments are created in the accounting system and the payment data does not need to be exported back into the accounting system.
Payments module is enabled for your legal entity / company. For details, read here.
You have the option to pay all the payments through Beanworks or have a few payments paid through Beanworks and the remaining via your accounting system. Please note: If you choose to pay selected payments through Beanworks additional information will be required for setup, which will be discussed during the implementation.
Auto Release Payments.
Revoke a payment.
HOW IT WORKS
For this workflow the payment is created in your accounting system, the payment information is synced into Beanworks, payments are submitted for approval workflow, and released to the vendor.
STEP 1: Code invoices, submit for approval and export invoice data into the accounting system.
Please note, the invoice needs to be successfully exported (status EX) into the accounting system. If the invoice is in the status sync error [SE] in Beanworks and manually entered in the accounting system, the payment will not be matched to the invoice in Beanworks. Also, if a payment has multiple invoices, it is mandatory for all invoices to be created in Beanworks and imported into the accounting system.
STEP 2: Create a payment in the accounting system, select the payment method and mark it as paid.
Please note: We are using the list of payment type to differentiate the payments, which will be paid from Beanworks and payments you want to make through your accounting system. Since each accounting system is different we will discuss the details of the setup at the time of implementation.
STEP 3: Add payment details and submit for approval
Once the payment is successfully imported into Beanworks, it shows up in the InProgress tab of the payments module. You can add the following details to the payment.
Please note, you can not edit the payment amount on the payment or make partial payments for this workflow.
STEP 4: Approve Payments
Once payment are submitted for approval, they will hit the approval queue of the approver created at the time of setup.
As an approver you have the option to approve or reject payments either by going to to each payment individually or by batch approving or rejecting payments.
STEP 5: Release Payments
Once payment(s) are approved, they appear in the Releases tab in the approved [A] status. Approved payments can then be released. You have the option to release them individually or batch release them.
The payment will change into Released [RL] status. When the payments are released we get confirmation back from the payment partners and the payment status then changes from Released [RL] to Paid [PD].
Please note, the timing of when the payment status changes to Paid [PD] depends on the payment method and our integration with the payment partner. Details can be provided during the implementation process.
STEP 6: Archive Payments
Once payments are in paid [PD] status they can be archived and moved to the archived tab.
Please note, since the payment was created in your accounting system, the payment information does not need to be exported back into the accounting system.
POTENTIAL DISCRIMINATORY FIELDS
Discriminatory fields will help to determine if a payment needs to be paid via Beanworks payments module or not.
Email address for Vendor
Pay Method / Reference
SAGE 50 CA
Additional field (at the vendor level). Note, call this field isBeanPay
Source at the payment level
Please note, depending on your accounting system, if you are unable to use any of the above mentioned fields then we may need to do some additional work in order to support your specific needs. This can be discussed during the time of implementation.
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