- A customer can be “owned” by a store in a multi-store system, so that the sales activity at one store will not be included in the Accounts Receivable figures of the other stores. To do this, each store must maintain a separate profile for each customer and must generate month-end statements for each store.
Note: If you set up this method, you cannot alternate between combined and individual accounts receivable systems.
- A customer who has accounts with multiple stores will have a separate account number, credit limit, pricing plan, and tax structure for each store.
- A customer account at one store can be added or updated to another store database.
- Statements for all stores can be run from a single location. Allow two minutes for data replication before you run the statements.
- Account payments can occur remotely for other stores.
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Printed on: 9/23/21