# 18 November, 2008 | Copenhagen PARTNER BRIEFING. Brian Nielsen Senior Program Manager Lead Microsoft Corporation NAV06.

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18 November, 2008 | Copenhagen PARTNER BRIEFING

Brian Nielsen Senior Program Manager Lead Microsoft Corporation NAV06

Presentation & Demo of: Account Schedule Improvements Distributing Intercompany Purchase Invoice Costs Online Maps Prepayments Document Approval

●4 new improvement that allow you to: ● Indicate more precisely how row amounts are displayed ● Display global dimensions across columns ● use a % operator in formulas ● Define a basis for percent calculations for “% of Totals”

●Phyllis, Accounting manager want to create a report showing revenue and operating costs for 3 sales areas. ● Revenue should be split in 4 elements and each shown as % of total ● The cash balances and net changes for each sales area should be displayed at the bottom of the report.

New fields: Row Type and Row Amount Net Change Beginning Balance Balance at Date Net Amount Debit Only Credit Only

Now dimensions + Business Unit can be set for columns. = Global Dimension 1 totaling = Global Dimension 2 totaling

●The % operator is a new operator available for use in Formula. Use this operator to display a percentage between two rows or two columns. ●Used between two terms in a formula to divide the first term by the second term and multiply the result by 100.

●The % operator used at the end of a formula to use the most recent Set Base For Percent result as the denominator when showing “% of Total”. Setting the base for the subsequent rows

●Using the Set Base for “% of Total” columns. Column No. followed by %

●Allocate purchase costs from parent company to subsidiary companies. ●For external Vendor Invoices ●Intercompany Purchase Invoice cost distribution fields on the purchase lines: ● IC Partner Code ● IC Partner Ref. Type [G/L Account only] ● IC Partner Reference 12 of 7

●Annie, bookkeeper, wants to register a purchase invoice from an ad agency for a current ad campaign. ● The full cost should be distributed to the 2 subsidiaries. 13 of 7

●Additions to existing functionality for financially voiding checks: ● ability to void the check only ● ability to enter a date to use for the void 15 of 7

Get the location of your customer, vendors etc

... Or directions To/From

Quickest route

Shortest route

●Allows the user to create prepayment invoices and ensure correct and full reversal of prepayments in final invoicing. ● Create prepayment invoices with most common terms and accounting practices (% of invoice, fixed amount, no VAT, cash based etc.) ● Ensure full reversal of all prepayments ● Ensure proper reversal of VAT ● Both Sales and Purchase orders ● Integrate with new Document Approval feature 22

●Concepts ● Uses the existing Sales Order (and Invoice) ● New fields added to specify Prepayments terms ● New posting menu items for Prepayments ● G/L account setup determines the VAT calculation ● Credit Memos are reversal of all prepayment amounts invoiced 23

Uses the existing Sales Order (and Invoice) ● New fields added to specify Prepayments terms ● New posting menu items for Prepayments 24 3 new fields

●Enter prepayments : ● By default from item, customer, or vendor cards that are set up for prepayments ● Manually on the sales and purchase order headers and lines ● Set Prepayment % on sales lines ● Set Prepayment Amount on sales lines ● Set a fixed amount for the sales order ● Set a fixed Prepayment % for the sales order ● Reverse proportionally or manually ● Credit memo reverses all invoiced prepayments 25

●Prepayments allow companies to charge a prepayment before shipping goods to customers. ●Available for Purchases and Sales ●Define default prepayment requirements for: Specific ItemsAll Items CustomerXX Customer Price Group X All CustomersX VendorsXX 26

●To use prepayments, companies must set up: ● General Ledger accounts and Posting groups for prepayments ● Usually ’close to’ Account Payables for sales prepayments and ’close to’ Account Receivables for purchase prepayments ● Number Series for prepayment documents ● Either new number series or the existing series for posted invoices, e.g. use S-INV+ for Sales Prepayment Invoices and S-CR+ for Sales Prepayment Cr. Memos ● Prepayment number series can NOT overlap the numbers series used for posted sales invoices/posted sales credit memos (because they use the same table, e.g. same keys) 27

●To use prepayments, companies must set up: ● Payment Terms for prepayment invoices ● Usually a shorter period than for normal invoicing ● System selections for receipt and issue of prepayment amounts ● ”Check Prepmt. When Posting” in Sales & Receivables (and/or Purchase & Payables) Setup ● Optional: Prepayment percentages for items, customers, and vendors 28

●When the final invoice is posted, the system: ● Verifies receipt or issue of the Prepayment amount based on setup. ● Deducts the prepayment amount from the amount due (total sales order amount). ● Reverses prepayment amounts previously posted to the balance sheet as assets or liabilities. 29

●Susan, Sales Order Processor, creates a Sales Order for a customer. ● The customer is new and Susan is instructed to require 20% in prepayments. ● Susan creates the Prepayment invoice and sends it to the customer ● When prepayment is received and goods are shipped, Susan can create and send the final invoice. 30

●To refund all invoiced prepayments for an order ● issue a prepayment credit memo. ●To reduce the quantity on the sales or purchase line ● increase the prepayment percent on the line and reduce the line amount. ● ! Can only be reduced to the current invoiced amounts. ●To add new lines to an order after issuing a prepayment ● add the additional lines to the order and create a prepayment invoice for the new line if needed ●To increase the prepayment amount ● increase the prepayment percent on one or more lines or the order itself and issue an additional prepayment invoice. 32

●Session Objectives: ● Understand how DA works ● Understand DA flow ● Have overview of setup and customization ● Get an idea of where we are going with “workflow” ●You could set this up yourself ●You could send approvals ●You understand how DA fits in the NAV vision

●Document approvals ● Sales and purchase documents ● Enforces approvals, request and credit limits ● Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) email notifications

●Enforce purchase/sales limits ●Approvals from the right people ● Delegate/Substitute approvals (approver/requester) ● Checks for errors – reduce cost ●Gives an overview ● Users and approvers can see the “history” of the document through approval entries ● It’s easy to enter comments or record links for review by others ●Speeding up the process ● Customizable notification email ensures the approver knows that there is something waiting for his/her approval or if the status of an approval has changed

Employee  Sales Alicia Purchasing Agent Alicia Purchasing Agent Inga Purchasing Manager Inga Purchasing Manager Approval Susan Order Processor Susan Order Processor Employee  Manager Nancy Super Sales Rep Nancy Super Sales Rep Approval

●User can send a document for approvals or cancel an approvals request from the document ●Documents cannot be processed (released, posted, etc.) if the total of the document is over the user’s limit

●Overviews of approval processes ● “Approval request history for documents I have sent for approval” Susan Order Processor Susan Order Processor

●Overviews of approval processes ● “ Documents currently requiring my approval” Nancy Super Sales Rep Nancy Super Sales Rep

New SMTP functions allow e-mail to be sent without requiring an e-mail client to be installed on the server Approvals Mail Templates Editable by partner or even a super user with HTML knowledge – Customization!

●Notify approval actions via SMTP mail ● Approval Required ● Rejection ● Cancellation ● Delegation ● Overdue approval notifications

●Attach source documents using Record Links feature (e.g. quotes or vendor invoices)… Alicia Purchasing Agent

… and have it available for approver’s view. Inga Purchasing Manager

Alicia Purchasing Agent Inga Purchasing Manager Vince Operations Manager Approval Delegate Scenario Users

●Approval setup ● User setup based on database or windows logins VinceIngaAlicia

●Approval setup ● Approval limits for sales, purchases and requests ● Substitutes for approval delegation Vince Inga Alicia Approvals Delegation/ Substitution Approvals

●Approval setup ● Approval templates – can set up different approval processes for each document

●Approval Setup ● Simple setup for SMTP email notifications

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