Sage 100 PO Multi-Currency

Sage 100 PO Multi-Currency (POMC) is invaluable for companies that performs Purchase Order Processing involving international or foreign Vendors. Purchase Order Processing has been modified to allow Order, Receipt of Goods and Receipt of Invoice Entry, Inquiries and Report Printing in any currency. An Entry Currency and Display Currency may be established for each Vendor (in Accounts Payable). All address fields have been modified to accommodate international addresses. A member of DSD’s Multi-Currency family of Sage 100 (MAS 90, MAS 200) enhancements, POMC integrates fully with DSD’s IMMC Multi-Currency Inventory Management module. It must be used with the APMC Multi-Currency Accounts Payable and GLMC General Ledger modules.

  • Ship To Country Field: A new field has been added to the Ship To Address to store a country name and it may be printed in all forms that include the Ship To Address.
  • Vendor Price Levels by Vendor by Currency: Set up Vendor Price Levels in any currency using the Foreign Cost setup in the Inventory Management module.
  • Automatic Reorder and Auto Orders by Vendor’s Currency: Generate Automatic Reorder and Auto Order Purchase Orders only for Vendors with a specific Default Entry Currency.
  • Generate Automatic Purchase Orders in Vendor or System Currency: Specify if you want to generate the Purchase Orders in the Vendor’s Default Entry Currency or in System Currency.
  • Use Foreign or System Costs and Breaks: You may generate the Entry Currency Purchase Orders using the Foreign Costs and Breaks set up for the Vendors and Items selected or you may select to convert the System Costs and Breaks to the Purchase Order Entry Currency.
  • Enter Transactions in Any Currency: You may enter Purchase Orders, Receipt of Goods, Receipt of Invoice and Return of Goods in the Vendor’s default Entry Currency, or you may change the Entry Currency to any other established Currency.
  • Enter Transactions using Any Exchange Rate:You may use the currency Exchange Rate as of the transaction date or you may override the Exchange Rate.
  • Registers in System and Entry Currency:For audit purposes, the Multi-Currency system prints Purchase Order Registers and Journals in both the Entry Currencies and the System Currency using the appropriate Exchange Rates.
  • Receipt History Display in System or Entry Currency:Receipt History amounts are displayed in System Currency. They may also be displayed in Entry Currency using the Currency Color specified in Currency Code Maintenance in General Ledger.
  • Print Reports in Any Currency: Print any report in System, Vendor, Entry or Other Currency, using As Posted or Current Amounts, in either Buy, Sell, or an Override Rate.
  • Print Report Amounts Switching Commas and Decimal Point: Amounts in any Report switch commas and decimal point when printing as specified in the Printing Currency in Currency Code Maintenance in General Ledger.