Q: Our Company owns Sage 100 ERP (F/K/A MAS 90) and we have recently added the Purchase Order and Inventory Management Modules. What is the Receipt of Invoice task in PO and why do we need to enter information into it?

A: A Receipt of Invoice Task is used if the voice is received after the goods. This task can be used to enter an invoice number and post using the Accounts Payable (AP) Module.

  1. Enter Modules> Purchase Order > Main > Receipt of Invoice Entry and select a new entry. To do this, click on the # sign next to the receipt number. Then type in or select the PO number.rec of inv 1
  2. Enter the Invoice Numberrec of inv 2
  3.  When you click the Lines tab and you will see a message “Do you want to invoice the complete purchase order”. Click “yes” for complete and “no” if you have a partial invoice*for our example we selected yes and the entire PO amount will show. Once this is Accepted and posted it will be transferred to AP Vendor Maintenancerec of inv 3*for our example we selected yes and the entire PO amount will show. Once this is Accepted and posted it will be transferred to AP Vendor Maintenancerec of inv 4
  4. Run the Daily Receipts Register and Postrec of inv 5

 

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This question was submitted to Mike Renner, Partner WAC Consulting, Owner at Computer Accounting Services and appears on Oasis Solutions Group Partner ERP VAR’s blog.

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