Suresh,

With regard to issues using ARP (Advanced Remittance Processing), you may
want to check the quality and layout of the data coming in from the bank
crossed with the default matching rules. 

Our experience is that some people find ARP quite rigid in its processes,
difficult to customise and not always entirely suited to exceptions --
particularly when something changes on the bank side, which may be the
explanation in your case.

Back in 1998 we built a dedicated Lockbox module for BPCS to answer some of
these problems. Bank feeds include Bank of America, Citibank, JP Morgan,
National City & Wachovia. Exception handling includes deductions,
short-pays, over-payments, bank charges, unallocated cash etc. 
 
richardbirchall@xxxxxx

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message: 2
date: Wed, 9 Nov 2005 10:49:18 -0500
from: SKumaran@xxxxxxxx
subject: [BPCS-L] ARP

Hello everyone,

Our version of  is  6.02 MM. Cum PTF. 

We are having problems with ARP bank transmission. Our problem is two 
fold.

1. ARP applies  amounts to invoices that are not is the  lock box file.
2. ARP drops the some invoices when applying, though  the invoices are in 
the lock box file. 

Has anybody experienced this before and if so how was the issue resolved?

Appreciate help..

Thank You,

Suresh  

 




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