What is the recommended Period End or Year End order of closing for application modules in Sage 100?
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- Close Modules in the following order:
- System Wide Backup
- B/M - Bill of Materials
- B/C - Mobility for Bar Code
- W/O - Work Order (Retired v2022)
- R/A - Return Merchandise Authorization
- P/O - Purchase Order Processing
- S/O - Sales Order Processing
- O/M - Operations Management (3rd party)
- P/M - Production Management
- I/M - Inventory Management
- I/P - Inventory Requirements Planning
- M/P - Material Requirements Planning (retired v2022)
- P/R - Payroll
- A/R - Account Receivable
- A/P - Account Payable
- J/C - Job Cost
- B/R - Bank Reconciliation
- G/L - General Ledger
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- The order logic assures an application module that writes to another application is processed first.
- Sales Order Processing transfers information to Inventory Management, Accounts Receivable and General Ledger; therefore, all journals and registers for Sales Order Processing should be updated and Period End Processing completed before the other modules are closed.
- Some application modules transfer information to other applications, in addition to receiving information from another application.
- Job Cost can post invoices to Accounts Receivable. Accounts Receivable can post invoices to Job Cost. Therefore, all journals and registers for both Job Cost and Accounts Receivable should be updated prior to running Period End Processing for either application.
- Some applications or modules do not have a period end or year end, or only have a year end
- Material Requirements Planning does not have Period Ends, only Year End