A/R Tasks Within Cetec
Record daily deposit using C-9.
Options include re-printing an old deposit, and continuing a deposit that was previously started. Accounts receivable is updated
during the printing of the daily deposit, so always print!
See the attached tip sheet for miscellaneous cash application tips.
If set up, the daily deposit totals are posted to the check book (G-21).
When payments are applied to accounts receivable, the open item is
deleted, and posted to the paid file. The paid file can be viewed in C-12.
Display a customer’s account using C-5. Additional options are displayed at the bottom of the screen. Additional information
can be found, including a link to C-5 by using C-16, "Customer Number Locator".
Customer invoices can be re-printed using C-30. This eliminates going to the file
cabinets to "pull" invoice copies.
Customer statements can be printed at any time. Use C-6.
New customers and customer name/address changes are recorded in C-2.
The first character of the customer number corresponds with the selling location customer prefix. This feature insures that the
selling location gets credit for the sale of product, regardless of who ships the material.
Accounts Receivable Agings are printed using C-3 (details – individual invoices)
and C-4 (summary by customer). There are several sort options available,
including customer number, customer name (alpha), and date/customer.
Of particular interest is C-4, option D, which is in descending dollars owed.
Customer Average Days to pay is available as a display or report at C-33. This is
an excellent tool for review with management and sales.