It is now possible to use the PEPPOL network via Exact. PEPPOL makes it possible to send electronic invoices quickly, easily, cheaply and reliably. This blog post explains exactly what PEPPOL is, what the benefits are and who can use it. In the coming period it will be explained per product how you can use PEPPOL.
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When sending an invoice or order confirmation it can be needed to send extra information together with the invoice or order confirmation. For instance terms and conditions regarding the sale.
When working with the Service Management solution you can print the contract invoices via Exact Globe. Depending on the invoice frequency, multiple invoices can be send during the duration of the contract.
You may want to provide your accounts free items, for example, from a marketing point of view. In such a case, you can invoice the realized hours or items against the amount zero. The items will appear on the invoice, but with the amount of ‘€ 0,00’. This can also occur when, for example, unplanned work for a project is carried out and you have agreed this will be non-billable.
In Exact Globe it is possible to show information about the payment terms on your invoice. For this you have to add the fields in the payment term block of the lay-out. It is also possible to print the payment terms on a separate page.
In a situation where you want to avoid that a certain invoice (term) is paid, you have the option to block the term. When authorizing the terms you can recognize the blocked terms by a checkmark in the ‘Blocked’ column.
When entering an invoice or sales order you can use the F2 key or the magnifying glass to select an item. The item will be added in the invoice/order and after completing the rest of the invoice/order line you proceed to the second line.
When entering an invoice you can enter various data for the items you want to invoice. You can think of the item, the price of the item, the quantity, etc.
In Exact Globe you can gain insight into your debtors’ or your own payment behavior, you can generate a graph via [Cash flow, Statistics, Payment date]. This age analysis is based on the due date of the invoice. Based on the due date and the date of payment, the payments are divided into several categories.
When you create a new invoice via [Invoice, Entries, Invoices] button ´New´, a certain VAT code is automatically filled in when selecting an item at the invoice line. This blog post explains the basis for suggesting this code.