ProContractor 3.9 Accounting Enhancements
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ProContractor Accounting is an integrated accounting solution that includes applications for managing financials, employees and payroll, procurement and inventory, as well as accounts payable and receivables.
With this release, the following enhancements are now available:
Payroll Check Numbers Reassignment and Reprint. To avoid extra steps and hassle in the event of a printer problem while printing payroll checks, ProContractor now offers the ability to reassign check numbers and to reprint a specific run of checks.
New! Employee Pay History Report. To provide more critical payroll data in one place, and reduce the need to search for data in multiple places for payroll information, the Employee Pay History Report had been created. This simple single row report can be run for a date range, showing employee pay information gross pay - taxes - deductions with net pay, and check number, and offers the ability to drill into each entry to see the individual checks that make up the total. This has been a highly requested enhancement in Suggestion Box.
Saved Timecard Indicator. To simplify the timecard entry user experience, and indicator has been added in Employee Lookup to identify at a glance employees who have entered timecards. Previously, there was no easy way to access this information in one place.
New Payroll Activity Menu Item. To create a more logical user experience and improve control over user permissions, the “View Payroll Activity” function has been moved to a new menu item under Reports.
AP Check Numbers Reassignment and Reprint. To avoid extra steps and hassle in the event of a printer problem while printing AP checks, ProContractor now offers the ability to reassign check numbers and to reprint a specific run of checks.
New! Financial Report Drill-Downs. To streamline the review process, and help users to more easily find critical information, the ability to drill down from summary reports to transaction level to journal distribution level has been added to the balance sheet, income statement, and trial balance.