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Localization update – April 2017

Written by Tina Brands on . Posted in Exact Globe

Since the last localization update, we have not been idle. In this blog post we will show you what is changed and what is still to come in the near future. In addition, one subject will be highlighted, but we start with a look back on the latest localization update on this support blog.

Important VAT update available (Dutch)

Written by Elaine Chai on . Posted in Exact Globe

As announced earlier there is a change regarding the communication with Digipoort.

To make sure that in the future you will still be able to successfully deliver your VAT declaration to the Dutch tax Authorities an update is available. This update is only applicable to customers who are using Exact Globe Next to send their VAT return and/or EU sales list to the Dutch tax authorities. If you are not using menu [System, General, Returns, Send via Digipoort] in Exact Globe Next to send the VAT return and/or EU sales list, this update is not applicable to you.

The update is made available in product update 405, 406, 407 and 408 of Exact Globe Next and Exact Compact. Contrary to previous announcement it is not necessary to install this before 3-9-2014. Also when you don’t install this update, you’ll still be able to send the VAT return and/or EU sales list to the Dutch tax authorities after 3-9-2014′. In the course of January 2015 an additional update regarding the electronic VAT return will be available. It’s important that this update and the update from January 2015 are installed before 1-2-2015. When the vat-update in January 2015 is available an additional announcement will be published on this blog.

For more information about performing an update see Updating Exact Globe Next.

Besides installing the update it may be necessary to configure your firewall to allow that a connection to Digipoort can be made.

PGP encryption on bank files is now supported in EGN (Malaysia, Singapore, Australia, Chinese legislations)

Written by Elaine Chai on . Posted in Exact Globe

Pretty Good Privacy (PGP) is a popular program used to encrypt and decrypt e-mail over the Internet. It can also be used to send an encrypted digital signature that lets the receiver verify the sender’s identity and know that the message was not changed throughout the submission.

As of Product Update 407 in Exact Globe Next, PGP was the chosen method to start with the bank file export. It is able to automatically encrypt the bank file during export. Encrypted bank file can then be submitted electronically to the bank for decryption. To enable this feature, user needs to contact their respective banks to ensure the same PGP method is used. For more information on this functionality, please click here.