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Module Closing - Keeping Things in Order during Sage 100 Year-End Processing

By MeLinda Matsumoto on Dec 13, 2018 at 12:56 PM in Sage 100cloud Newsletter

Sage 100 Closing Module Order Year End Processing

Explore What Order You Close Sage 100 Modules in during Year-End Processing and Why

A year-end process in one module often writes data to another module. Therefore, the sequence in which you close your Sage 100 modules is extremely important in order to avoid the risk of damaging your data.

Important: Remember to back up your data before starting module closing procedures. Refer to the article on page 2 of our December 2018 newsletter for guidance.

  1. Bill of Materials*
  2. Work Order Processing*
  3. Bar Code
  4. Purchase Order Processing
  5. Sales Order Processing
  6. Inventory Management
  7. Material Requirements Planning (MRP)*
  8. Timecard
  9. Electronic Reporting/Magnetic Data*
  10. Payroll (Quarter‐end processing)
  11. Accounts Receivable
  12. Accounts Payable
  13. Job Cost
  14. Bank Reconciliation
  15. General Ledger

*Note: While there is no formal closing procedure in the Bill of Materials, Work Order, MRP, and Electronic Reporting modules, all transactions in those modules should be posted before starting any closing procedures in the modules that follow them (i.e. Post transactions in Work Order before closing Purchase Order, Sales Order, and Inventory).

Remember, this is just a general guideline.  If you own modules that aren’t listed above or you run any third party add‐on products, please contact us to discuss specific closing procedures for your company.

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