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Size: 2 Mb, Version:1.0, Publication Date:8/31/2010
Short pays becoming a way of life for your Accounts Receivable team? You're not alone...it's a growing problem and one that can be managed in EnterpriseOne with the help of Accounts Receivable Deduction Management. Susan Stooksberry demonstrates how you can use this functionality to better manage those partially-paid invoices. In this article, you'll find an overview of this solution, examples of when you'll want to use it, and the setup steps to put it to work with your A/R application.  
Size: 1.21 MB, Version:1, Publication Date:2/6/2008
You're in the A/R department at your company, and you see Invoices coming over from the Sales Order system. You'd like to know more about how Sales generates Invoices, and the interface between A/R and Sales, but you can't spare a few days to attend a Sales Order class. What do you do? How about reading this white paper (written in "training manual" style)? Then you'll be ready to amaze your co-workers, and perhaps even explain A/R to the Sales Order folks.  
Size: 619 KB, Version:1, Publication Date:10/16/2007
You ship 'em, you bill 'em, they pay 'em (hopefully). That's the cycle of commerce. Where it gets to be "fun" is when you have multiple receipts coming to pay multiple invoices per customer. Can anyone say "match game?" Bob DeMartino, our Financials Expert, can help you make ease of this task--he takes us step by step through the setup and processing of Automated Cash Receipts so that JD Edwards (and not you) can match the correct payment to the invoice and keep your customer records accurate!  
Do you have any vendors who are also customers? Do you have both an A/R balance (they owe us), and an A/P balance (we owe them) with the same entity? Wouldn't it be nice if you could figure out who owes who and either collect or pay, but not have to do both? New features in E1 8.12 are explained by our ace financials expert, Bob DeMartino, along with Jan Stas.  
Size: 1.3MB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:9/21/2006
Credit and collection departments already have a tough job: determining who's a bad or a good credit risk is a science unto itself. It's one that takes good departmental coordination, good information, to make a decision that, if wrong in either direction, can have a negative impact on a company. But, things are getting easier from an EnterpriseOne perspective. Mark Zinck joins us for the first time to highlight a workflow feature for Credit and Collection that sends the message, literally, about a given customer's credit risk, thus making that difficult job a tad easier.  
Size: 483KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:7/18/2006
We used to take for granted those detailed monthly statements highlighting our account history, payment plans, etc. Not any more. It's no longer as easy as filling the paper bin in the printer and hitting the print button. With all the options offered by EnterpriseOne, there's a science to setting up and processing statements. Jeanne Robbins takes us through the various options and setup procedures so that statements sail out the door, with at least a little more ease.  
Size: 160 KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:3/25/2006
Phantom Receipts. Nobody wants them. Everybody's got them. But guess what? You really don't have to live like that. At least, not if your phantoms are the result of purges gone awry. This article explains how these can come into existence, then gives us some great pointers to modify your purge programs to nip this problem in the bud.  
Size: 6310KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:3/14/2005
The order to cash process can generate large volumes of invoices--at least we all hope so! That in turn requires a fast, efficient method of applying receipts of cash to open invoices. This requires some method of collecting and depositing cash receipts in a central location and importing that information into the A/R system. This article explains how to do auto-cash application with and without lockbox processing.  
Size: 413 KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:5/1/2004
It's one thing to know how to fire off an integrity report – it is another matter entirely to understand how to get the report to give you what you really need. In this case, "Where do I have an integrity problem, and how to I chase down its source?" Sharon Steiner shows us step by step how to set your processing options, then how to follow the report results back to the source.  
Susan Stooksberry presents an outstanding review of the ins and outs of managing overpayments and underpayments in Accounts Receivable. This is a must-read if you are currently spending too much time and effort either chasing after or manually writing off minor amounts owed.  
Size: 330 KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:7/1/2003
Randall scores again with another excellent article that applies equally to World Software and OneWorld. The reasons for needing an "As Of" report are explained along with how to do it. So, stop tearing out what's left of your hair when the auditors show up, and read this tip instead!  
Size: 180 KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:5/1/2003
In his quest to serve clients better, Richard Berry has investigated the relatively new Delinquency Fees module in OneWorld. Find out everything you need to know to get started using this new functionality, including a page of test results. Once again, save valuable time with JDEtips.  
Size: 260 KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:1/1/2003
Learn how to do terms like 4% 30, 3% 60 Net 61, or Prox Days with a Discount. It's easy, with this relatively new piece of functionality! Available in both OneWorld Xe and WorldSoftware A8.1.  
Size: 310 KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:3/1/2002
If you are contemplating a move from WorldSoftware to OneWorld, undoubtedly you've heard that the Accounts Receivable module has been seriously rewritten. Get a jump on the implementation by finding out all the major differences here. Brenda does a great job with this 11 page overview.  

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