Use Accounts receivable to track customer invoices and incoming payments

You can create customer invoices that are based on sales orders or packing slips. You can also enter free text invoices that are not related to sales orders. You can receive payments by using several different payment types. These include bills of exchange, cash, checks, credit cards, and electronic payments. If your organization includes multiple legal entities, you can use centralized payments to record payments in a single legal entity on behalf of the other legal entities.

Business processes

Business process

Set up Accounts receivable

Use Accounts receivable to track customer invoices and payments that you receive from customers. You can set up customer groups, customers, posting profiles, interest notes, collection letters, commissions, and parameters regarding customers, charges, deliveries and destinations, bills of exchange, and other types of Accounts receivable information.

Set up credit and collections

Accounts receivable collections information is managed in one central view, the Collections page. Credit and collections managers can use this central view to manage collections. Collections agents can begin the collections process from customer lists that are generated by using predefined collection criteria, or from the Customers page.

Credit and collections in Accounts receivable

Configure Accounts receivables and Credit and collections

Set up Credit and collections

Set up payments and settlements

Accept different types of payments from customers, such as bills of exchange, cash, checks, credit cards, and electronic payments.

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