Accounts Payable

Efficient and effective cash management through integration and flexibility that you need to optimize your payables process.

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  • Overview: Financial Management
  • Overview: Revenue Recognition Update
  • Overview: Revenue Recognition Changes - May 2016
  • Overview: Real-Time Summarization
  • Overview: One View Reporting Solution
  • One View Reporting for Financials Functional Overview
  • Data Sheet: Accounts Receivable
  • Data Sheet: One View Reporting for Financials



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  • Overview: Financial Management
  • Data Sheet: Fixed Asset Accounting



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  • JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Expense Entry Mobile Application
  • Data Sheet: Expense Management
  • Overview: Expense Management
  • Information Center: Expense Management Product



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  • Overview: Financial Management
  • Data Sheet: Advanced Cost Accounting


  • Advanced Cost Accounting Implementation Guide


  • Advanced Cost Accounting Implementation Guide

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  • Accounts Receivable Implementation Guide
  • FAQ: The Impact of Revenue from Contracts with Customers
  • Information Center: Revenue Recognition Enhancement for Accounts Receivable
  • Financials FASB - Revenue Recognition in Contract Service Billing
  • Financials FASB - Revenue Recognition in Real Estate Management
  • Enhanced FASB 13 (Straight Line Rent Accounting) for JD Edwards Real Estate Management
  • Financials FASB - Revenue Recognition - Performance Obligations


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  • Creating a Joint VentureUPDATED
  • Setting Up AccountsUPDATED
  • Setting Up a Division of Interest
  • Setting Up Overhead
  • Managing the Operational Status
  • Processing Overhead
  • Allocating Expense Across a Joint Venture Based on Head Count
  • Allocating Expense Across a Joint Venture Based on Usage Hours
  • Preparing to Distribute Expenses, Revenue, and OverheadUPDATED
  • Distributing Expenses, Revenue, and Overhead
  • Processing and Managing the Distributed TransactionsUPDATED
  • Managing Cash CallsNEW!

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  • Setting Up a Lessee Lease
  • Running Lease Commencement for Balance Sheet Lessee Accounting
  • Running Monthly Processes for Balance Sheet Lessee Accounting
  • Managing Lease Term ChangesNEW!
  • Using Blind Revenue Recognition and Guided Revenue Recognition
  • Recognizing All, Less, or More Revenue
  • Real Estate Management Implementation Guide
  • Accounts Receivable Implementation Guide
  • UX One Role: Lessee Accounting Manager
  • UX One Role: Lease Administrator
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    • Data Sheet: Environmental Accounting and Reporting



    Optimize the Entire Accounts Payable Process for Efficient and Accurate Cash Management

    Improve Supplier Relationships

    Save time with self-service functionality for independent supplier review of vouchers and payments.

    Negotiate More Favorable Supplier Contracts

    Access account balance and total purchase information by supplier—and use this valuable information to leverage your organization’s purchasing power for better terms and conditions

    Efficient Invoice Processing

    Automatically calculate taxes, discounts, and currency conversions based on your pre-configured specifications.

    UX One Role Based Pages for Accounts Payable Manager

    Access to UX One role-based pages enables Accounts Payable Managers to easily access, review, and act upon important information about delivery, payment, and contracts, thereby managing the accounts payable process effectively.

    Accelerate and streamline the accounts receivable process for improved cash flow

    Manage Customers Effectively

    Improve customer relationships by efficiently handing customer invoices and leverage your organization's ability to respond to credit and collection issues.

    Streamline Invoice Processing

    Automatically calculate discounts based on user-defined payment terms, calculates taxes, and incorporates customer currency and language preferences.

    Manage Receipts and Deductions

    Recognize cash received and create an accurate cash flow position and record any deductions applied by the customer to the payment and control writeoffs and charge-backs.

    UX One Role Based Pages Access for Accounts Receivable

    Access to UX One role-based pages enables Accounts Receivable Managers, Collection Managers, and Credit Managers to easily access, review, and act upon important information about invoices, payments, cash flow, and credits, thereby efficiently managing accounts receivable and collections.

    Improve the accuracy and efficiency of financial reporting and streamline financial operations

    Improving Flexibility and Responsiveness

    Flexibility to tailor your reporting structure as needed, without overhauling your chart of accounts and undergoing a massive data conversion with each organizational change.

    Integrating Information to Streamline Operations

    The system provides an accurate and cost-effective way of organizing, maintaining, recording, and analyzing financial information.

    Managing Global Initiatives

    Flexibility to conduct business in multiple countries, languages, and currencies while maintaining an integrated view of the business through an accurate and consistent general ledger.

    UX One Role Based Page for General Accounting Manager

    Use the UX One General Accounting Manager role to receive account transaction alerts, analyze journal entries, and act on important information related to G/L data.

    Streamline processes and minimize costs associated with tracking physical assets

    Streamlining Fixed-Asset Transactions

    Capture and analyze extensive asset information - including valuation, location, insurance, and claim information - throughout the asset accounting lifecycle with minimum costs.

    Using Flexible Depreciation Methods

    Define and maintain an unlimited number of depreciation methods by using one of 18 predefined methods, creating your own custom method, or modifying a predefined method.

    Managing the Complete Asset Accounting Lifecycle

    Fixed Asset Accounting enables you to manage depreciation, record asset transfers, splits, and disposals in your accounting ledger. You can choose to split assets by units, monetary value, or percentage or easily record the disposal of your assets via scrap, theft, or charity. Fixed Asset Accounting automatically creates the necessary journal entries, so business decisions can be based on timely, accurate fixed-asset records.

    Improving Visibility and Control

    Highly flexible approach to revaluate, ensuring that your capital, financial, and strategic plans are based on the most current information. Set up multiple books for the same asset ensuring regulatory compliance and maximizing bottom-line benefits.

    Streamline expense processing and control for increased profitability

    Streamline Expense Processing

    Automate the process of entering, approving, and auditing expense reports with Expense Management system and let your employees enjoy prompt and accurate payments.

    Increase Bargaining Power

    Negotiate more advantageous discounts with suppliers and ensure that your employees receive the full benefits of the arrangement

    Monitor and Track Spending

    Get complete and accurate data at every step of the expense reimbursement process. Database-driven workflow eliminates mis-routed or lost documents, giving you greater security, reliability, and document control.

    Improve Accuracy and Control

    The system automatically configure expense reports to capture specific information by expense type, such as ticket number, airline, and ticket amount.

    Optimize your business with flexible cost accounting details

    Flexible Cost Accounting

    Analyze profitability by using a combination of traditional accounting and activity-based costing to gain greater flexibility to optimize your business.

    Identifying Components that Add Value

    Automatically capture cost and revenue allocations at the cost object level that helps you identify which customers, products, activities, and internal processes add the most value.

    Improving Cost Accounting Accuracy

    Easily assign indirect costs by using managerial accounting and derive fully allocated, profit-and-loss reporting by customer and product hierarchies.

    Expanding Cost Allocation Capabilities

    Allocate indirect costs with greater precision, and enhance your cost information without any additional programming.

    Ensuring the Accuracy of Revenue Recognition

    Recognize Revenue Separately from Invoicing

    Flexible solution to determine when revenue can be recognized whether it is at the time of invoice creation or later.

    Manage Your Performance Obligations

    Manage your performance obligations at the invoice, contract, or various levels within a job.

    Flexibility in How to Recognize Revenue

    Recognize amounts fully, partially overtime, or via a schedule.

    Across the JD Edwards Suite of Products

    Revenue Recognition functionality is available in Accounts Receivable, Sales Order Processing, Contract and Service Billing, Project Costing, and Real Estate Management.

    Efficient Management and Reporting of your Joint Ventures

    Efficiently Manage Joint Ventures

    Accurately and efficiently manage joint ventures by ensuring compliance of Joint Operating Agreements (JOA).

    Audit All JV Transactions

    Audit trail of all transactions from point of entry through to distribution, calculate pro rata share of transactions for partners, and changes in ownership.

    Industry-Independent Solution

    Industry-independent solution to handle various types of transactions: Payroll, Procurement, Travel Expenses, Revenue, General Ledger.

    Streamline Joint Venture Management

    Lower TCO with streamlined processes, shorten monthly financial close with automation, and minimize time and costs with improved visibility into the information.

    Efficiently and Accurately Account for Leased Property and Non-Property Assets

    Balance Sheet Lessee Accounting

    The EnterpriseOne Lease Management solution leverages existing and enhanced capabilities across the ERP footprint. This includes using G/L, A/P, and A/R features available in Financial Management systems, defining lease terms and conditions in the Real Estate Management system, and asset tracking in the Fixed Assets system - together providing a single solution for managing your leases under the new ASC 842 and IFRS 16 accounting standards.

    Straight-Line Rent Reporting

    Accurately report revenue from rental properties in accordance with FASB 842 and IFRS 16, which states that the revenue from rent (recurring billings) must be recognized evenly (as a straight line) over the life of the lease. The difference between the straight-line rent that the system calculates for the accounting standard and the actual rent that you bill the tenant must be reflected in the general ledger.

    Revenue Recognition

    Accurately recognize revenue. Business processes and financial standards outline when you can recognize revenue for the amounts you bill to customers. The JD Edwards EnterpriseOne system has been updated to enable users to include lease-related invoices that are generated in the Real Estate Management system in the revenue recognition process in the Accounts Receivable system, ensuring that your system recognizes revenue at the appropriate time.

    Automation and User Experience

    Several lease-related processes have been automated to assist you with uploading, entering, and maintaining your leases over the course of the entire lease term. Additional pre-configured notifications, UX One roles, and personalized form layouts have been provided to help your users easily manage leased property and non-property assets.

    Capture Environmental Data Either Electronically or Manually

    Automate Environmental Data Collection

    The solution extends the invoice, purchasing and inventory processes to enable the capture of the necessary data, automatically matching this with the associated transactions.

    Comply with Mandatory and Voluntary Schemes

    Calculate emissions and classifying them as scope 1, 2, or 3 using the Greenhouse Gas Protocol guidelines published by the World Resources Institute.

    Identify and Drive Opportunities

    Monitor key metrics such as energy, waste, and water leads to greenhouse gas emissions reductions which improves operational efficiency and cost savings.

    Capture Environmental Data

    Record environmental data such as energy consumed or energy generated at facilities or locations within the enterprise.