In the upcoming Release 18 of Advanced Billing for Acumatica, we added a requested feature for calculating a “generate date” based on the contract terms. If you have contract invoice terms of 30 days, meaning the bill is due 30 days after the invoice date, and you want to have the due date entered as the date of the generated invoice, the Advanced Billing system will calculate the date for you. First, enter a contract and set the terms to 30 Days. Make sure “Back Off Generation Date by Term Date” is checked. Next, Auto Generate Billing Schedule. Contract schedules are created with the correctly calculated dates. Notice the beginning date of the contract and distribution period is still 8/1/2018, but the generation date has been recalculated to be 7/2/2018, so the due date of the invoice will be 8/1/2018. MaxQ is a provider of advanced Acumatica business solutions across a wide range of applications and industries. Contact us to learn more about how MaxQ for Acumatica solutions can help your business.
- Post author:John Pavain
- Post published:July 23, 2018
- Post category:Acumatica / Advanced Billing / Finance / MaxQ / New Feature
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