Migration of Credit Card Transactions from QuickBooks to Sage 300

By | June 12, 2012

In our last blog we saw how your Item Transactions information is migrated from QuickBooks to Sage (Accpac) 300 ERP using our GUMU. Now lets move a step ahead and look at another important aspect about how Credit Card transactions are handled and migrated to Sage (Accpac) 300 ERP using GUMU migration our Sage Certified Solution.
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In QuickBooks, there is a functionality to refund a Credit Card payment made by A/P vendors. Let us see today how Credit Card refunds are handled seamlessly from QuickBooks to Sage (Accpac) 300 ERP using GUMU.
a) A Credit card credit transaction is recorded against this Vendor in QuickBooks for refund.

GUMUTM utility converts this transaction into Sage (Accpac) 300 ERP by creating a Debit Note and an applied credit Note against the Vendor.
b) Here is the generated Sage 300 ERP Debit Note against this vendor.

c) Subsequently a Credit Note is applied against this Vendor in Sage 300 ERP. Thus balancing out the Vendor aged details.

This was just one example of how GUMU handles credit card transactions during migrations. Stay Tuned to see how GUMU has helped companies migrate their QuickBooks data to Sage (Accpac) 300 ERP.