Topic: Release 2.1 - Recurrent Invoices. How to?
There are two ways of using recurrent invoices. You can either select a group or single customer/branches.
If you are going to use groups, start by creating the groups you want to later put on the branches, Fi. Large, Medium and Small
Go into the branches. If you want any of a custumers branch to belong to a group, mark it and update the branch.
You are now ready to make some recurrent invoice definitions, by clicking the 'Recurrent Invoices' in the Sales tab, Maintenance section.
The recurrent invoices uses the Template Orders, that are shown under Template Delivery/Template Invoice.
First enter a Discription of the item. Select the appropriate template. If this should be adressed to a single customer/branch, select a customer and a branch.
If it should be based on a group, set the customer to an empty value and select the group you want to send the recurrent invoices to.
Now it is time to consider the interval of the recurrency. If you select days and set the monthly value to 0, it will be due after every days interval.
If you select a monthly value, it will be sent on a monthly base and if you select a days value it will be due on that day in the month. A value of -1 would be the last day in the previous month. A monthly value of 3 indicated a due every quarter of a year and 12 every year and so on.
The begin date is the date to start the recurrency and end date is the close date of the recurrency.
Create and print the recurrent invoices.
Before creating recurring invoices, check that the price factor in company setup is set. Also check that a sales prices are set in the item sales prices. It must not be zero. If you have foreign customers the price is automatically calculated.
Go to 'Create and Print Recurring Invoices'. The due items are marked and a link 'Create invoices' are there.
Pressing this link creates all the invoices belonging to this group or single customer/branch.
An info line tells you how many invoice-numbers that are created.
There is also a link to Print the Invoices.
That's it. Happy Recurrent Invoicing.
PS. If you need more groups on a customer, create new branches with this different group. Maybe call the branch something similar as the group to easily find it.