Payroll Distributions Made Easy by Avastone Technologies for Dynamics GP

Microsoft Dynamics GP uses a payroll posting setup table to allocate debits and credits to various accounts.  This setup table can sometimes require hundreds or even thousands of distribution accounts to setup which might be needed to cover all the debits and credits possible with payroll.  This can be time-consuming to setup, difficult to manage, and a design that encourages human error.  There are other deficiencies with the module too.  For example, the current model doesn’t allow for percentage splits, it doesn’t allow for account entry during payroll transaction entry, nor does it explain how amounts were allocated to what general ledger accounts.   Today there is a better solution available.

Avastone Technologies, LLC offers a product that replaces the payroll posting setup table with a more user friendly-wild-card-based setup windows.  The product also offers percentage split distribution and accounting entry for transactions.  Check out the window examples below to understand the simplicity this design offers.

During transaction entry a status indicator shows if an account has been identified.  If a user wishes, a user can press Ctrl-D and enter or change the distribution for just this entry (this includes the portion that represents salary adjustments too).  To ensure distributions are entered, this window opens automatically if an account is not supplied with setup.

Click here to view more window examples for Setup Translation, Assigning Accounts, Transaction Entry, Reports, and Distribution Inquiry!

For more information on how you can utilize a payroll posting setup table with more user-friendly setup windows for Dynamics GP, contact Avastone Technologies at (920) 687-4797, or [email protected]

By Shane LaBarge, CPA, MBS, MSIS, Dynamics GP Consultant, Avastone Technologies LLC, Microsoft Dynamics GP Partner – Fox Cities and Milwaukee WI

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