ARMC A/R Multi-Currency

ARMC Multi-Currency Accounts Receivable for Sage 100 ERP (MAS 90, MAS 200) is invaluable for any company that performs Invoice or Cash Receipts Entry involving international or foreign Customers. Accounts Receivable has been modified to allow Invoice Entry, Cash Receipts Entry, Inquiries and Report Printing in any currency. A Default Entry Currency and Activity Currency can be established for each Customer. Differences in payment amounts, caused by exchange rate fluctuations between the time that the Invoice is posted and when it is paid, are posted to a user-defined (by division) General Ledger Account. Bank Codes have been modified to allow the user to specify the Banks Default Currency Code. This module integrates fully with the Multi-Currency Sales Order Processing module, and it must be used with the Multi-Currency General Ledger module. This is a member of the DSD Multi-Currency system for Sage 100 ERP (MAS 90, 200).

Features:

  • Bank Accounts in Foreign Currencies: You may define the Currency for each Bank Account.
  • Gain/Loss Account: You may define a Gain or Loss G/L Account by Division to use when updating transactions of cash receipts for invoices entered with a different Exchange Rate.
  • Round-off Error Account: You may define a Round-off Error Account by Division to use when posting round-off error amounts generated during currency conversion.
  • Default Entry Currency by Customer: You may define a default Entry Currency by Customer to be used when entering transactions for that customer.
  • Historical Units by Customer: You may define a Currency for each Customer, in which the Customer’s activity history such as Period to Date Sales, etc., will be kept.
  • Transaction Display Color by Currency: Open Invoice and Order Detail transactions are viewed in the Currency Display Color specified in General Ledger.
  • Currency Toggle: You may toggle between Activity, Base and Transaction Currency amounts in the Open Invoice and Order Detail screens.
  • Invoice History Inquiry displays Transaction and Base Currency Amounts: The Invoice History Inquiry screen displays Base Currency amounts as well as the Invoice Currency amounts, Currency Code and Exchange Rate.
  • Repetitive Invoices in Any Currency: You may establish Customer Repetitive Invoices in the Customer’s Default Entry Currency or in any other established currency.
  • Invoice Entry in Any Currency: You may enter customer invoices in the Customer’s Default Entry Currency or in any other established currency.
  • Invoice Entry using Any Exchange Rate: You may use the current Exchange Rate for the Entry Currency being used or you may override the Exchange Rate.
  • Invoice Printing and Invoice History Reprint in Transaction or Base Currency: You may print and reprint Customer Invoices in Transaction or Base Currency.
  • Enhanced Printing Forms: Invoice, Statement, and Invoice History Printing have been enhanced to print in either Transaction or Base Currency. The Crystal Reports Data Dictionaries and Printing Forms have been enhanced also.
  • Registers / Journals in Base and Transaction Currency: For audit purposes, the Multi-Currency system prints Accounts Receivable Registers in both the Entry Currencies and the Base Currency using the appropriate Exchange Rates.
  • Cash Receipts Entry in Any Currency: You may enter a Cash Receipt of one currency to a Bank Account of a different currency, as well as apply the Cash Receipt to a Customer Invoice of a third currency.
  • Cash Receipts Entry using Any Exchange Rate: When entering Cash Receipts the system uses three different Exchange Rates: 1) Deposit Currency to Base Currency Rate, 2) Check Currency to Base Currency Rate and 3) Check Currency to Deposit Currency Rate. You may use these rates or override any of them.
  • Deposits Posted to B/R in Bank Currency: Transactions posted from the Cash Receipts Journal to Bank Reconciliation are posted in Base and Bank Currency for reconciliation and reporting purposes.
  • Finance Charge Calculation in Any Currency: Finance Charges may be calculated in Any Currency.
  • Unrealized Gain or Loss Report: You may generate an Unrealized Gain or Loss Report of Open Customer Invoices as of any date for any Entry Currency.