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Size: 2.54 MB, Version:1, Publication Date:4/4/2018
Take a journey through the land of Balance Restatement vs Detailed Restatement. This article will guide you through the decision process and setup required to arrive at accurate restatement.  
Size: 1.95 MB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:10/3/2016
In her previous article, 'Automatic Intercompany Settlement Part 1', Sarah discussed the first two Automatic Intercompany Settlement methods - Hub and Detailed. In this Part 2, Sarah covers the Configured Hub method, also providing an overview, sample business cases, transaction examples, and multicurrency considerations. She additionally discusses a 'gotcha' with this method that existed in earlier releases of EnterpriseOne. Finally, Sarah concludes the article and this two-part series with a discussion about the considerations for changing the Automatic Intercompany Settlement method post go live.  
Size: 1.43 MB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:3/30/2016
In this first of a two-part series on General Accounting Automatic Intercompany settlement, Sarah will walk through the automatic intercompany settlement methods Hub and Detail, explaining in detail how these different methods work, and how you would use them in your organization. In part two, Sarah will delve into the Configured Hub method.  
Size: 33.8 MB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:5/24/2011
Zip file for the May 24th, 2011 JDEtips Multi Country Implementation Strategies Webucation event recording. Please note--this is an MP4 file. You may need to update your video player or download Apple's QuickTime video player to view.  
Size: 5.3 MB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:5/24/2011
PowerPoint presentation from the JDEtips Webucation event on May 24th, 2011. Doing a multi-country rollout of JD Edwards can be a massive undertaking. Will you use a centralized or decentralized approach? How will you get a grip on the legal/tax requirements, localizations, and cultural differences in each country? All while trying to meet your implementation schedule and project budget. Learn from Steltix, a European-based Oracle Platinum Partner, with over 15 years experience running multi-country rollouts of JDE. We'll cover best practices, a proven methodology, and hard won tips--specially designed for JDE clients involved with multi-country implementations.  
Size: 782 KB, Version:1, Publication Date:9/17/2008
At JDEtips, we love a good can-do story. It's always great to hear about a problem solved by ingenuity, by a team that stepped outside the box and decided to "Think JDE". This case study, shared by Tim Ene, is one of those stories. Tim describes how he and his team solved a real "pickle" of a problem for a multi-national company faced with trying to convert years of peso transactions after Mexico revalued their currency and changed the definition from a whole unit calculation to a two-decimal system. Their unique approach offers learning lessons for any company faced with a similar scenario in a global economy.  
Size: 1.01 MB, Version:1, Publication Date:6/2/2008
From a session at Collaborate 08, we'll show you how to eliminating Inter-company balances and reconciling A/R in the "AC" Ledger. We go on to explain of a few basic concepts, the "big picture", and detail steps with screen shots.  
Size: 621KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:1/28/2007
Ah, the joy of multi-currency (said tongue-in-check). Can there be an easier way to balance inter-company accounts? How about restating and revaluing them in a common currency for elimination? Susan Stooksberry offers up a GREAT workaround using "Post Balances by Currency" that takes some of the "fun" out of balancing inter-company accounts.  
Size: 971KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:11/23/2006
A reconciliation tip just for end of year accounting "fun" (we use that term loosely). If you're a company dealing with multicurrency, and wish to view the transactions in the payment currency rather than base currency when reconciling a monetary account, this must read tip is as sweet as the icing on a gingerbread house! Enjoy!  
Size: 1180KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:9/10/2005
If you use the JDEtips Document Library search engine and enter "Receipt Routing" as your key word, you'll find that we've covered both the basics and the advanced aspects of this subject. But here's something we'll bet nobody anywhere has written about before! Susan Stooksberry has educated our readers in the past about the intricacies of multi-currency, but this time she's outdone herself. She takes us through the process of adding a third currency to an existing receipt routing scenario.  
Size: 217KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:7/15/2004
Susan Stooksberry wants to make it perfectly clear to us that moving to multicurrency is not a thing to be taken lightly. In this article, she gives us the background to plan ahead before taking this "fork in the road", as she puts it. Lots to think about, and Susan gets us started here, then fills in the blanks in her detailed article, Activating Multicurrency After Go-Live: Details, which is available in the JDEtips Document Library.  
Size: 1330KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:7/15/2004
The uncommon denominator! Richard Berry explains why and how a company doing business in multiple currencies may want to restate their budget as well as their actuals into another currency. This offers step-by-step instructions with tips along the way and shows you how to interpret the results.  
Size: 5454KB, Version:, Publication Date:7/14/2004
This in-depth article goes into the details of implementing multicurrency after you have already gone live without multicurrency turned on. When you change your mind - or your business practices - so do the rules for implementation. Susan provides a step-by-step instructional piece, with tips and gotchas along the way.  
Size: 364 KB, Version:1, Publication Date:5/5/2004
We all "know" that everyone should just turn on multi-currency and leave it on, even if you do not have any international customers or vendors now. Right? Well, not so fast! Susan has found valid reasons why it should never have been turned on. But her client has already turned in on and now, needs it turned off. Easy? No! Doable? Yes, with the advice in this excellent article.  
Size: 50 KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:3/1/2002
If you don't operate in multiple countries, you probably need to see your financials in one currency. If you don't want to get into full-fledged dual currency, consider using this creative alternative. It might be the solution you've been looking for.  
Size: 670 KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:1/1/2002
This White Paper emphasizes conversion to the Euro, but it can be used by any client needing to change its domestic currency. Screen shots are done with WorldSoftware, but the concepts apply equally to OneWorld.  
Size: 660 KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:1/1/2001
Many international companies require their subsidiaries to report to headquarters in a different currency than their domestic currency. Learn the ins and outs of Alternate Currency processing with this White Paper by our Singapore based consultant.  

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