With limited user input required, RECHARGE MANAGER is the perfect solution for any company sharing costs within a complex set of companies including, internal, external or third parties, across different affiliates for multiple associates, in a defined international or national group, that need to automate their dues and payables and ultimately speed up their business processes.

Improving Intercompany Re-charging for Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations Users

Standard Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations allows for only two different types of allocations to be processed in the system:

1. Allocation of transactions on posting to an account and splitting the value in a predefined split across financial dimensions. This cannot process across companies.

2. Utilizing the cost allocation process where allocations can be performed over certain accounts and can be process across companies.

Enhancing your Dynamics 365 capabilities with RECHARGE MANAGER

Standard Cost Allocation

Where the standard cost allocation processes are rigid, the RECHARGE MANAGER process allows the user to select at the transaction level, the allocation required for a particular transaction. This means that today you can recharge a cost one way, and the very next transaction can be recharged completely differently. This is not possible with standard allocation processes as these rely on broader filters for selecting the transactions to allocate versus transaction tagged allocations.

Automated Sequential Processing

In situations where cost allocations run through multiple companies and a cost allocation must be done sequentially, standard processes are cumbersome and are required to be processed one after another. The RECHARGE MANAGER process handles the sequential processing automatically and will process each step in the route of the cost allocation taking away the risk of missing the allocation of a cost if processed out of order.

Correction processes are just as simple – you simply create the correcting entry in the originating company and run it through the recharge process. The result being costs allocated as credits.

Further to this, should you need to mark-up/inflate the cost, you can add a mark-up percentage to the costs being allocated. This is useful in situations where you need to reflect additional costs in certain companies they are allocated to.

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