|Affected Areas:||Vendor Payment Reconciliation, Accounts Export (QuickBooks 2008+, Sage Line 50 2013, and MYOB)|
|Useful For:||Customers who pay their suppliers from multiple bank accounts and record these payments in the Booking Management Module|
When reconciling vendor payments in Dolphin it is now possible to track which bank account that payment is made from. And include this information in the Accounts Export file.
Setting up vendor payment bank accounts
To setup multiple bank accounts for vendor payments in the Booking Management Module, go to Search > Reason codes > Vendor payment account > Vendor payment account reason code search dialog> select Add to configure all the bank accounts used by your organisation to pay suppliers:
NOTE: The Reference Data checkbox in the Access/Updates tab of your security profile must be ticked to manage reason codes.
Specifying the bank account during vendor payment reconciliation
Vendor payment account reason codes can be used when performing vendor payment reconciliation through Bulk Operations > Vendor Operations > Vendor Payment Reconciliation:
Or within a folder item, by retrieving a pricing line and going to the Vendor Payment tab:
Accounts export changes
Subsequently, when the Accounts Export is run, the mapped account for this Vendor Payment Account Reason Code will be set as the Vendor Payment Bank Account instead of the account set in the Accounts Export Configuration.
This applies only to QuickBooks 2008+, Sage Line 50 2013, and MYOB.
If the mapped account name field within the vendor payment account reason code is left blank, the mapped account from the Accounts Export Configuration will be applied instead.
Vendor payments made report
The Vendor Payment Account Reason Code where clause is available in the Vendor Payments Made report as a sort order option, as well as a where clause and a subtotalling option.