E1: 43: Voucher Match Automation Enhanced to Provide Option to Add a Line to the Purchase Order (Release 23)
(Doc ID 2389968.1)
Last updated on NOVEMBER 10, 2022
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Procurement and Subcontract Management - Version 9.1 to 9.2 [Release 9.1 to 9.2] Information in this document applies to any platform.
Accounts Payable personnel often receive vendor invoices which contain additional lines such as freight lines. Hence, they have to create vouchers by matching these vendor invoices with either the purchase orders or the purchase order receipts. Though manually the vouchers can be created for such invoices, our customers want to utilize Voucher Match Automation in order to automatically create the vouchers. Since Voucher Match Automation does not perform a match when vendor invoices contain additional lines that are not on the purchase orders or purchase order receipts, it is currently a manual and time-consuming process.
Example: A purchase order has been raised and received in JDE for 1000 EUR. And, the supplier invoice is 1200 EUR (1000 EUR corresponding to purchase order + 200 EUR corresponding to other costs such as freights). When you book an invoice directly in JDE i.e. manually by using P0411, P4314, there is an option to match it with purchase order receipt (1000 EUR) and book a line type "4" in order to add 200 EUR on another P&L account which was not initially planned in the purchase order. The requirement is to perform the same process through Voucher Match Automation.
Accounts Payable personnel can now use the Voucher Match Automation program to perform a match when a vendor invoice contains additional fees lines over the purchase orders or the purchase order receipts and add those lines to the voucher and to the purchase order during voucher match automation. This change simplifies and automates the processing of vendor invoices that contain fees information and eliminates the manual creation of vouchers, thereby reducing labor costs and enabling timely payment to the vendors.
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