- Go to Sales>Order>Point of Sale.
- On the rows, select one or more Batch NumbersAs point of sale transactions are entered, Inform assigns payments to the newest open batch for the branch (or register). Upon closing, it creates a new batch automatically using the next sequential number. If the cash drawer closes during normal business hours, you may choose to click the New Batch button first. This allows the cash drawer to be reconciled, while new transactions are entered into the new batch (which would then be counted the following day). Batch numbers consist of the branch number followed by an auto-generated sequential number. (with balances).
Tip: To create a new batch, click New BatchPoint of sale orders are always placed into the newest batch, separated by branches and optionally registers. If counting the cash drawer during business hours, it is best to create a New Batch first, which ends the previous batch, allowing the drawer to be counted without interruption. .
- Along the column headings, select the Payment TypesCash, Checks, & Credit Cards. These can be posted together or separately. For bank reconciliation, it's common to post credit cards separately, due to the timing delay between payments and the actual bank deposit. to be posted.
- To view a report, click Preview , and then click View on the Print Document pop-up that appears. You can use this report to reconcile against the money found in the cash drawer.
- To finalize and deposit the payments, click PostInstantly records the transaction to the General Ledger and the Bank Ledger. The orders are marked completed if no existing open merchandise or balances exist. Inventory is reduced from On Hand stock (inventory value)..
On the confirmation message that appears, click OK, and then on the Print Document pop-up that appears, print, view, send, or save the recap report.