Al,
We are using Consolidated Invoicing for some of our customers in BPCS
8.2.00
The concept is you will set the customer as consolidated billing in ACR100
and you can also define the frequency or date that you want to bill them.
You may also assign a billing selection code to those customer as
consolidated group.

The order will be created as usual, during billing (BIL500) BPCS will
group a all the orders for that customer and generate one single invoice#
for all the lines.
In SIL you will have a single invoice # with multiple order, order line
and PO# that you may use for your billing purpose.

You need to watch for A/R section as you know, you do not have access to
PO# or individual Order# anymore in RAR. You have to apply the cash to the
invoice and can not reconcile back to order or PO.
Deductions can not be referenced to individual PO or order. Everything
will be based on Invoice# for that batch from this point.

Regarding printing Invoice, it will print a summary invoice for all the
orders in the batch followed by individual detail of each order.

Khashayar Zadafshar
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