Check out this week's updates...
Come & chat to your peers in the iCompleat Community!
Do you ever log in to iCompleat & wonder: “Am I alone? Is there anyone else out there? Do other people actually process invoices here or am I the unfortunate guinea pig in an elaborate social experiment? Also why did they put that button there?!”
You’re finally about to get some answers!
Yes, there are other people out there! (Thousands of you, in fact.) No, you’re not part of an elaborate social experiment. And we’re sorry about the button.
Introducing... the iCompleat Community! A place to meet your peers, have your say, & feel a little less alone in this strange & wonderful world of AP automation.
Join the Community today & submit feature requests, discuss our latest releases, chat about whatever takes your fancy & mingle with a bunch of lovely iCompleat-lovin’ folks like yourself. We might even get that button sorted for you…
Create rules using your custom codes
You can now create more detailed rules in Manage Events with the addition of custom codes & any extracted header information!
Until now, custom rules criteria was limited to the codes & analysis items iCompleat caches from your finance system, but we wanted to extend that include all of the detailed & useful information that affects your transactions.
You can now create rules based on both the unique custom codes that you create, plus any data that iCompleat extracts from invoice headers. This could include supplier email address, bank names, IBAN numbers & more.
Go forth & automate!
We can handle your gigantic list of suppliers
In the past, we’ve not always been able to successfully cache over particularly long lists of +1000 suppliers from a finance system to iCompleat, with some suppliers simply slipping the net & not making it through the cache.
We’ve made vast improvements to the way we cache over suppliers & we’re excited to tell you that we can now seamlessly cache that whopping list of suppliers of yours into iCompleat in its entirety.
Choose the supplier types you'd like to cache from Sage Intacct
As a Sage Intacct user, it’s likely that you use its handy feature to split your suppliers into different types. We’ve now added the ability to choose exactly which of these supplier types you’d like to cache into iCompleat & which ones you aren’t concerned about using here.
All of our customers connected to Sage Intacct must disconnect & connect again to Sage Intacct following this update, regardless of whether they’d like to make use of the supplier type selection feature or not.
The new connection process includes 2 addition steps:
- Adding a new permission to your web services user role in Sage Intacct (Accounts Payable > Ap Terms > tick the View checkbox)
- Choosing the supplier types you’d like to cache from Sage Intacct
Sage 200 payment due dates
iCompleat wasn’t posting payment due dates from iCompleat to Sage 50, & the payment due date wasn’t available on the invoice editing page to be viewed & amended.
NetSuite account codes not caching correctly
iCompleat was caching account codes from NetSuite with incorrect values. This has been resolved.