We are proud to announce the release of Denali 4.2 – Advanced GL Reports. This release is full of new features that impact every module. And most of these new features were added as a direct result of your feeback – so keep the ideas and suggestions coming!
You can change the print options setting in module preferences so that a report will always display on screen prior to printing. You need to modify the module preferences settings for printing. Select Options > Set up the Module Preferences from the navigation pane. On the Print Options tab, make sure the Edit check box is checked. This allows you to select from sending the print job to the printer, to a file, or viewing it on the screen. Read more about printing options.
What if you could save thousands of dollars each year by simply updating your accounting system?
You spend lots of time and effort chasing your vendors (Purchase Order), counting your inventory (Inventory), paying your employees (Payroll), or sending out customer statements (Accounts Receivable), right? So if you could cut the time you spent working these various tasks, how much money would you save?
We suggest you take a look at our Accounting Software ROI Calculator. The calculator will help you understand how spending $2,000 – $5,000 on accounting software is likely to save you huge amounts of money over the span of a year, or 5 years.
Go to the page, enter the amounts you figure you currently spend, and click the calculate button – you just may be surprised!
If you know a recurring purchase order exists, but are unable to generate it, what do I do? You might not have rights to generate other buyers’ orders. You can verify this by selecting Options > Set Up Buyer Security from the navigation pane. On the General Options tab, verify that the Generate only my recurring purchase orders check box is unchecked. If it isn’t, check with your manager or if authorized, uncheck it and continue with your task. Read more about recurring purchase orders.
If you like to read blogs then you will like our new Accounting Blog Summary page. As you know, we have 5 active blogs, one in each of our main websites; Business Accounting Blog, Nonprofit Accounting Blog, POS Accounting Blog, Payroll Accounting Blog, and of course this one.
Now posts from all 5 blogs can be viewed at a single source: http://www.cougarmtn.com/accounting-blogs/
First make sure you chose to integrate the other module to General Ledger, look at the Module Preference settings in the effected module. If you have verified you did that, then make sure you indicated in the Module Preferences window of the General Ledger module that entering your forwarding balances is complete.
If you find your bank account balance does not match what you displayed in Bank Reconciliation, you are able to force the balance correction. Maybe the balance is off only a few pennies and you need a quick way to balance the accounts. In this situation you can rebuild the bank account totals.
If you find you cannot delete a frequency code, then that code is probably attached to a record, if so you will not be able to delete it. Your options are to either go back to the transaction using the code and remove it, or go to the frequency code and modify or change it. Read more about frequency codes.
You can print dunning messages, or your own custom message on every customer statement. If you find they are not printing on the statements, most likely the checkbox is not checked to make that happen. Read more about adding messages to customer statements.
Denali is very flexible and built for high performance. It can be installed as a stand-alone application or for faster performance can be split onto three different computers (client, server, and database). For a complete list of recommended requirements as well as system configurations, view our recommended requirements.