Good day!

In Mexico, we need to issue electronic receipts against invoices (and we must have an RAR invoice!) within a set period of time from the receipt of the cash.

In this specific case, we have some customers that are ordering make-to-order items from a remote factory, and we require them to pay for the items at time of ordering. Up to now, we have been putting the cash "on-account" in the A/R and managing those amounts from there. Because of the new rules that go into effect soon, we are being told that we can't do it that way anymore.

So, the question is.. Can we create a customer order (ORD700) in Lx for the material, then issue the "final" invoice for that order, receive and post the cash, THEN pick and ship when the make-to-order item is available at a later date... and effectively have the shipment be the process that closes the order ???

Or is there an alternative that I'm missing?

Any thoughts would be appreciated!

We're running Lx 8.3.5...


--Phil C

Formica Corporation


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