Intercompany Utilities

Intercompany Utilities includes the following sub-modules that are sold and activated individually:

The Main Module acts as the application engine and is required for all sub-modules.

The PO-OE Trade Automation sub-module facilitates cross company transactions in purchase and sales processes. Posting a Purchase Order in the purchasing company for a particular entity defined as a vendor, automatically initiates a corresponding Sales Order in the selling company database where the purchasing company is defined as a customer. Similarly, a shipment transaction in the selling company automatically generates a purchase receipt in the purchasing company. Finally, an O/E invoice issued in the selling company results in a P/O invoice issued in the purchasing company.

The Consolidated Reports sub-module extracts data from multiple Sage 300 companies and generates consolidated A/R and A/P aging and transaction listing reports.

Intercompany G/L Distributions sub-module enables account balance allocation from an account(s) in the source company to another account in the source and/or destination companies. An example how this sub-module may be implemented is expense distribution from headquarter to branches. It enables profit markups, as well as flexible distribution methods: by number of transactions, by number of employees, by account balances and manual.

The Inventory Transfers sub-module performs stock transfers from one company to another, without requiring purchase and sales transactions.

*Four synchronization sub-modules help with the creation and maintenance of identical definitions for G/L Accounts, A/R Customers, I/C Items and A/P Vendors across multiple Sage 300 companies

Highlights

Time saved in accumulating and analyzing data from multiple Sage 300 companies

Synchronized master data across multiple Sage 300 companies

Reduced manual entry and human errors

Increased visibility of comparable information

Increased control over and reliability of printed information