What set xTuple apart was how solid the functionality was for the price. Most small to mid-sized companies cannot afford the more expensive ERP systems out there, but they do need a system. xTuple’s offering was clearly the best value.
This package combines two reports into one simple UI. The PeriodComparisonByItem report shows activity by Item on a period-driven basis. The end-user will enter starting & ending periods(from a list of periods) for the compared periods. The PeriodComparisonByItemCat report shows activity by Item Category on a date-driven basis. The end-user will enter starting & ending dates for the compared periods and a label for each.
This report shows for a selected Period what is in the queue for each item... It combines both AR & SO and shows what's been Posted(AR), Unposted(AR), Scheduled(SO) and a total in dollars.
This report shows activity by Item on a date-driven basis.
This is a version of the standard Purchase Order that prints the Alternate Address selected by the user during PO entry on the Purchase Order as the Ship To address. Normally this address is for the originating site but now you can select an address that has been defined for that supplier as an alternate and it will appear, when selected during PO entry, on the PO. For example, you can order material from a supplier and specify the address for an outside processor as the address to which it should be delivered. Alternate addresses are setup by supplier.
This is report definition is an adaptation of the existing CheckMultPage check report definition. This definition parses the 100,000, 10,000, 1,000, 100, 10, and 1 positions into the word that represents the number in that position and prints this word in a box on the check. For example, 1,234.00 would be parsed into: ONE, TWO, THREE, FOUR for the correspoinding positions and print these words on the check. It is a 3 part check.
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