OPplus Treasury offers customers with several companies cross-company views of all payment-relevant data. This includes banks and bank balances, vendors and customers with the respective open entries, open payment import journals and created payment proposals. G/L entries can also be included in the treasury. The central cross-company views of the accounts or their entries considerably facilitate controlling and always allow a group-wide statement on liquidity.
This part of the Demo Tool allows you to present the OPplus Treasury module.
Six different companies are created within the framework of demo 5483220_01. In addition, postings as well as a group structure of the created companies are generated, which illustrate the function of the Treasury module.
Since the creation of the treasury companies running in the background as well as the creation of the demo postings takes some time, we recommend that you plan an appropriate lead time for the preparation of the presentation.
After successful creation of the demo data, go to the Treasury setup and show the companies participating in the Treasury. Via the menu "Company selection" you get an overview of the selected "Treasury companies".
The client selection can be done by specifying the company name and/or by choosing a suitable filter criteria within the companies to be selected.
Using the other setup fields, you determine which master and transaction data of the selected treasury companies should be included in the treasury views.
Via the menu item "Selection" / "Account Selection" it is possible to select the G/L accounts as well as the vendors, customers and bank accounts of the treasury companies - the master data- to be included in the treasury views.
Based on the selected master data of the treasury companies, you can now determine how the transaction data (open customers and vendor entries and G/L entries) should be selected.
After selecting the companies and master data participating in the treasury, you start an initialization run that initializes the selected companies for the treasury and transfers all historical data from the companies belonging to the treasury group to the global views. Any further transaction or change on the assigned accounts is automatically displayed in the Treasury views from that moment on.
Click "Explore" to see the available treasury lists.
Each list provides a cross-company view of the selected master or transaction data of the treasury companies stored in the institution.
For example, show the cross-company view of the selected bank accounts including the corresponding balances. You can use the corresponding look up to branch directly to the corresponding entries in the origin company.
Further cross-company views of this type are available for the customers, vendors and G/L accounts of the treasury companies involved.
Select the item "Treasury Companies" from the Treasury lists via "Explore".
This gives you a complete overview of the cumulative balances of all customer and vendor accounts and the number of open payment import journals existing in the treasury network as well as the balances of existing payment proposals for all companies participating in the treasury.
Back in the Treasury setup you can show that by selecting "Note Treasury" it is possible to achieve that the available Treasury lists can only be viewed in the chosen companies.
Show that for this functionality it is necessary to make a corresponding selection of the companies using Treasury in the "Treasury Companies" table. To do this, you must enter a value in the "Treasury usage" field for the company in question.
With the company groups, an outline level was created in Treasury that makes it possible to combine several Treasury companies into one Treasury company group. Show the freely definable setup of the company groups.
Demonstrate the assignment of the selected treasury companies to company groups using the "Treasury Companies" table.
If there is a very large number of existing treasury companies, the grouping can be used to quickly narrow down the companies to be used for specific information.
5483220_02 Transfer Payments (IC)
Demonstrate via the Demo Tool 5483220_02 how payments received in the wrong company can be transferred to the right company via intercompany postings.
Advice: Please note that you can only run the demo 5483220_02 after you have run 5483220_01 and the necessary treasury companies have been created. Then start the presentation from company 21 Olympic Trust.
Once the corresponding demo data has been generated, you will receive an extended cash receipt journal filled with three accounting records.
Using the posting description, show that the customers' payments belong to entries of other treasury companies (companies 11, 12 and 13).
Open the "Apply Entries" function via the menu bar and show that the open entries of customer 50001 of the current company 21 Olympic Trust are available for application, but the corresponding documents for the payments are not available.
In extended application, call up the "Treasury open entries" function via the menu option "Entries" to branch to the open customer entries of the selected treasury companies.
Show there the customer entries of the other treasury companies and the open entries that belong to the payments that are in the current company 21 in the extended cash receipt.
In the "In Company" column, select the treasury company matching the payment to access the open entries of the customer in the target company. Show that in the opened extended application, you can find the corresponding entries of the customer from the treasury company and select it for application.
After setting the application, you will receive the following split posting lines in the extended application of the origin company 21 Olympic Trust, which will lead to corresponding liabilities to the treasury companies after the posting...
The circle can be closed here by pointing out that the payment triggered by the payment proposal is read into the target company via the bank statement with the corresponding posting descriptions in the reasons for transfer, where it leads to automatic application of the open entry.
5483220_03 Central bank management
Demonstrate via the Demo Tool 5483220_02 how payments received in the wrong companies can be transferred to the right company via intercompany postings.
In Treasury, you can define one company as the main company (central company) for managing central bank accounts. This company manages some or all payment-relevant bank accounts of the companies belonging to this treasury circle (sub-companies). Thus, in addition to payments for own open entries, this main company also receives payments that actually serve to apply open entries in the respective sub-companies. The open items are posted in the sub-companies, but can be displayed from the main company and also used for application. To be able to close or apply the open entries in the sub-companies, Treasury offers a distribution function. This allows the payments received in the main company to be transferred to sub-accounts (clearing accounts) in the sub-company in order to be used for applicating open entries.
For detailed information, please refer to the OPplus Treasury manual.
After creating the demodata, there is a cash receipt journal with 6 import lines available in the company 21. Included are each 2 payments for the companies 11, 12 and 13.
Using the function "Find companies" in the cash receipt journal, you can have the payments automatically assigned to the origin companies. This can also be done manually.
In the Pmt. Import Lines you can show the result in the column "Comes from Company".
Using the "Move Entries" function in the Pmt. Import Register, the payments per company are aggregated and distributed/ moved to the sub-companies as payment import registers.
The payment import line then look like following in the main company and can be transferred to the Ext. Cash Receipt Jounal then.
In the Ext. Cash Receipt Journal, payments are posted against customers who have previously been defined in the accounting rules and should be stored in the system as intercompany customers. The resulting receivables against the sub-companies can be transferred to them by intercompany posting using the standard of Business Central.
In the sub-companies, the created cash receipt journals can be further processed like regular import journals. When transferring the data to the Ext. Cash Receipt Journal, the open entries will be automatically applied on the basis of the reasons for transfer. In this case, however, the open entries are applied against the IC clearing account.
This means that the entire payment process is largely automated via a centralized bank account and all original receivables in the sub-companies have been closed.